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April 2008Edit

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National Express West Midlands is the current trading name and brand name of West Midlands Travel Ltd (part of the National Express Group), a company which operates bus services from their depots in the cities of Birmingham and Wolverhampton, as well as the boroughs of Dudley and Sandwell, and Walsall in the West Midlands region of England. The Birmingham depots also operate routes in the adjoining borough of Solihull. They are the largest bus operator in the West Midlands. West Midlands Travel Ltd also has one depot in the city of Coventry which currently trades under the name National Express Coventry. The company previously operated under the trading name of Travel West Midlands and prior to that West Midlands Travel.



May 2008Edit

National Express Coventry is the current trading name and brand name of West Midlands Travel Ltd (part of the National Express Group), a company which operates bus services from its depot in the city of Coventry in the West Midlands region of England. All of West Midlands Travel Ltd other bus depots in the West Midlands operate under the name National Express West Midlands. National Express Coventry previously operated under the trading names of Travel Coventry, Travel West Midlands and West Midlands Travel. The vast majority of the buses are still in Travel Coventry livery.

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June 2008Edit

Merry Hill Minibus, or after 1998, Travel Merry Hill company was originally owned by the former owners of the Merry Hill Centre, Richardson's. One of the first routes that was started was route 368/610 (Dudley/Halesowen - Merry Hill - Ashwood Park - Merry Hill - Dudley/Halesowen).

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July 2008Edit

National Express Dundee has its origins in the Dundee and District Tramways Company, which commenced horse tram operations on August 30, 1877. Steam traction was adopted in 1885. On June 1, 1899 the company was compulsorily acquired by the local municipality to become Dundee City Tramways. The system was electrified between 1900 and 1902. From 1922 motor buses began to be operated in addition to the trams. The tram system continued to be extended until 1933, but was finally abandoned on October 21, 1956. Buses replaced the trams, and the department changed its name to Dundee Corporation Transport.

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August 2008Edit

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National Express Group plc is a UK-based transport group that operates airport, bus and rail services in the UK, the US and Canada, Australia, Spain, Portugal and Morocco and long-distance coach routes across Europe.



September 2008Edit

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October 2008Edit

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November 2008Edit

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December 2008Edit

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