Part of the Transdev team since early 2015, Cabfind is the UKs biggest supplier of taxis and private hire vehicles. The business commenced trading in 2005 to supply an online taxi booking system to the UK taxi industry, but Cabfind quickly diversified in 2006 into offering a very cost effective outsourced transport on-demand nationwide logistics solution designed to manage the sometimes complex needs of the corporate sector. Cabfinds nationwide integrated transport service is provided through a supply network of over 2300 companies whose combined fleet size is over 140,000 vehicles.
CCH Aviation Logistics are based close to Heathrow airport and have been an established provider of specialist airport transport services since 1965. CCH became part of the Transdev UK team in 2014.
Acquired by Transdev plc in December 2012, Trident Niven is a London-based private hire company which uses chauffeured executive and 'green' saloon cars for corporate account work. They have a fleet of 100 cars, including a large proportion of hybrid vehicles which complements the greentomatocars philosophy.
Transdev provides local and inter-urban bus services covering much of West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Lancashire through its subsidiary Transdev Blazefield.
greentomatocars is London's leading minicab service. Established in 2006 with only 4 cars, it now has over 500 hybrids, people carriers and executive vehicles operating around the clock. Offering an outstanding personal service, cars are available within minutes, and more than 99% of all pick-ups are achieved on time. Customers can book by app, online or by phone and all cars come with free wi-fi on board.
Nottingham City Transport (NCT) is the largest municipal bus operator in England, providing over 80 per cent of the bus services in the Greater Nottingham area. The Company was established over 125 years ago and has developed and grown, becoming Nottingham City Transport Limited when the bus industry was deregulated in 1986. NCT now carries over 1 million passengers per week on a fleet of more than 540 buses.
22 May 2015
Funding awarded for the worlds first fleet of double-decker Sightseeing buses
The world’s first retrofitted electric-powered double-decker bus has now been launched into service with funding awarded for the conversion of another five City Sightseeing vehicles.