Arriva London’s Brixton garage holds Travel training day
In line with other Arriva London garages across London who hold travel training days for people with disabilities, Brixton garage in South London held its first Travel training day last week.
In partnership with Lambeth Council, the garage hosted pupils from St. Gabriel’s college in Camberwell. The garage provided a New Routemaster bus together with staff from the customer service department. Together they assisted personnel from the Metropolitan police, TfL and Lambeth Council in demonstrating a variety of unsafe scenarios. This gave the pupils an understanding of some of the dangers that they may encounter when travelling by bus, and how they can attempt to deal with these challenges.
The initial emphasis was on road safety and how to approach busy streets full of traffic. They were also shown how to cross roads and how to use the bus. The team then led a discussion on travelling on the London bus network and gave the group advice on how to travel safely when encountering certain situations. The students were then introduced to the techniques of ‘stranger danger’ disengagement by encouraging them to move away, look out of the window, and not to disclose any personal information.
Arriva London now supports travel training days on a monthly basis in Enfield, Croydon and Lambeth, and hopes these will continue to be regular events.
Published : Thu 27th Oct. 2016 - Fri 2nd Dec. 2016
Around 65 children and parents supported by Momentum children’s charity were treated to a very special trip to see the Christmas lights in London’s Regent Street last Saturday.
National treasure Mary Berry switches on Marlow’s Christmas Lights with the help of Arriva London’s Heritage Fleet open-top bus RMC 1464
One of the marvellous things about this time of year for Arriva London’s Heritage Fleet, is all the exciting and fun celebrations they get involved in.
At Arriva London, we are committed to spreading the word of Payroll Giving to all of our staff, and with this in mind, for the last three years have developed a promotional campaign to do just that.
Arriva London features buses from two different eras in the 2016 Lord Mayor’s Show to support Payroll Giving
Despite the pouring rain, the 2016 Lord Mayor’s Show was just as amazing and exciting as all of the others that Arriva London has been involved with over the years.
As part of our continuous improvement programme, investment has been made in our engineering facilities right across our seventeen garages.
It’s at this time of the year that The London Restaurant Festival celebrates the culinary delights of the city, with all manner of special events showcasing the great eateries across the capital.