Pride in our Performance Arriva London Calendar 2015
Throughout every year, Arriva London strives to supply the best customer experience for its 300 million passengers. To do this, we encourage all our staff to take Pride in their Performance, whether a driver, a controller, an engineer, a manager or a member of the support staff, all are equally important.
Throughout 2014, and as part of celebrating the Year of the Bus, we also encouraged colleagues to embrace Payroll Giving, and what a response we had; such that Arriva London won a major National award for its campaign, and charities benefited in unprecedented numbers
For 2015, we are encouraging everyone in the Arriva London team to again take Pride in their Performance.
The Arriva London 2015 Calendar is but a small reflection of those values, and celebrates just a few of the many contributions that were made throughout the year. We hope you like it and take this opportunity to wish you all the compliments of the season and a great 2015.
The calendar can be downloaded here.
Published : Wed 18th May. 2016 - Thu 23rd Jun. 2016
Arriva London has recently been awarded the prestigious Platinum Award for Payroll Giving by the Charities Aid Foundation. The award is given to those organisations who have achieved twenty percent or more of their staff giving to charity through a Payroll Giving scheme.
There was a multitude of applications this year and the quality of entries was very high. The selection process for the judges was very difficult, but three Arriva London employees were successful.
At Arriva London we are always proud and amazed at the generosity and enthusiasm of our staff to get involved and give to charity, and none more so than three of our bus drivers, who recently completed a 100 kilometre cycle ride for three cancer charities.
The famous Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, which has a station at Dungeness, has been using Arriva London’s Heritage Fleet RML 2360 Routemaster bus as a temporary ticket office and shop.
Youth Travel Ambassadors is a London-wide programme delivered in partnership with borough councils and Transport for London to increase active travel, improve behaviour and increase safety for the 11-18 age group.
This weekend’s service was run on former route 95 from Cannon Street to Tooting Broadway and back, passing Arriva’s Brixton garage, by five RTW’s including the very last ever RTW to run in commercial service, RTW 467.