Arriva London shortlisted for three bus awards

  
  

The shortlist for the 2008 UK Bus Awards was announced on September 23.

More than 190 entries have been whittled down by teams of specialist judges across 18 of this year's 19 awards and Arriva London has been shortlisted in three of the London specific categories:

  • Beddington Farm garage in the "TfL London Buses Award for London Bus Garage of the Year"
  • Staff Training & Development Team in the "TfL London Buses Award for London Service Quality"
  • Brian Atrill from Croydon garage and Marco Bernardi from Lea Valley garage are shortlisted in the "Luke Rees-Pulley Charitable Trust Award for Top London Bus Driver"

Caroline Ward, business development manager for Arriva London said: "Its fantastic that we have been shortlisted in these categories, it's a culmination of a lot of hard work over the last twelve months."

The awards ceremony is due to take place on November 18 at Battersea Evolution.

  
  

Published : Thu 25th Sep. 2008
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