Coach & Bus Week
Coach & Bus Week is the only paid for weekly trade magazine for the road passenger transport industry in the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
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. It is available by subscription, from main branches of WHSmith and from some independent newsagents. It is also available in digital format at

Regular features include News, Coach News, Bus News, Business News, International News, Regional News, Drivers' Pages, Industry, Operator, Technical and Product/Services features, Open Platform, Deliveries, People News & Recruitment.

Coach & Bus Week originally founded in Hull as Coachmart, rapidly became and remains the industry's leading publication. Its most prolific journalist was Ray Pearson who covered all technical aspects including road tests and tourism topics. The weekly magazine was purchased by EMAP and moved to Peterborough
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where it has remained and was purchased by Rouncy Media in 2005 which now also has a London office.
Coach and Bus Week is now edited by Gareth Evans.

The supplement publication, Minibus, is published with Coach and Bus Week every four weeks and is edited by Martin Cole.

Rouncy Media also publishes Group Travel & Coach World, a monthly magazine for the group travel industry. As well as being sent to all full subscribers of "Coach and Bus Week", Group Travel & Coach World has its own paid subscription list. The current editor is Andy Greeves.
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