Here are some helpful links to other websites.
Other Arriva Companies
Arriva plc – http://www.arriva.co.uk
Arriva’s multilingual corporate website has information about all Arriva businesses in the UK and across mainland Europe, including business activities, investor relations, media centre, corporate responsibility and careers.
Green Line – http://www.greenline.co.uk
Green Line runs coach services between London and the Home Counties.
Arriva London – http://www.arrivalondon.com
Arriva London is one of London's largest bus operators, providing bus services for Transport for London. Find details of services, career opportunities, company history, news and community work. We also have links to the Transport for London website as well as our own Heritage Fleet site. If you want information about bus services visit http://www.tfl.gov.uk
Arriva London’s heritage fleet – http://www.theheritagefleet.com
Arriva London established a heritage fleet of iconic Routemaster buses after they last ran in regular service in December 2005. These are available for hire.
The Original Tour – http://www.theoriginaltour.com
See London from the top deck of an open-top bus. Hop-on, hop-off ticketing. Live and multilingual commentaries. Since its beginnings in 1951 for the Festival of Britain, the Original Tour remains the original and the best.
Arriva Trains Wales – http://www.arrivatrainswales.co.uk
Bilingual website with information about Arriva’s rail services in Wales and the Marches.
Cross Country Trains – http://www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk
Find out about services provided by Arriva’s newest UK passenger train company which operates about 1,500 route miles and calls at more than 100 stations, from Aberdeen to Penzance, and from Stansted to Cardiff.
Other transport operators
National Express - click here for more information
National Express is Britain's only scheduled coach network and reaches around 1000 destinations in England, Scotland and Wales. Browse timetables and book tickets here.
Transport for London – http://www.tfl.gov.uk
Multilingual website for London’s complete transport network, including buses, the tube, rail and DLR. Top up your Oyster Card or pay your congestion charge.
Arriva ticket sales partners
epay – http://www.epayworldwide.co.uk
Arriva has now teamed up with epay to make tickets available from an even wider range of local shops. Soon this will be extended to include post offices and supermarkets. Includes epay store locator so you can find your nearest store
PayPoint – http://www.paypoint.co.uk
Buy Arriva Weekly and 4-Weekly Tickets while you’re making regular payments for household bills and topping up mobile phones at your local PayPoint outlet. Includes PayPoint locator so you can find your nearest store.
Payzone – http://www.payzone.co.uk
Arriva Weekly and 4-Weekly Tickets are also available at Payzone outlets across the UK. This site also includes a locator to help you find your nearest Payzone agent.
Other travel information sites
Traveline – http://www.traveline.info
The traveline site provides impartial journey planning information about all public transport services – buses, coaches, trains, ferries, trams, metro and underground – throughout England, Wales and Scotland.
National Rail Enquiries – http://www.nationalrail.co.uk
With full details of train times and fares you can plan any rail journey online, and link through to online ticket sales companies to buy your tickets.
Transport Direct – http://www.transportdirect.info
Transport Direct works with public and private travel operators and local/national government. The service is funded by the Department for Transport, the Welsh Assembly and the Scottish Executive, and provides a door-to-door comparative journey planner.
PlusBus – http://www.plusbus.info
PlusBus is a discount price ticket for unlimited bus travel that can be bought with a train ticket, giving a complete train and bus journey in one easy transaction.
To advertise on Arriva buses
CBS Outdoor – http://www.cbsoutdoor.co.uk
Arriva’s advertising partners CBS Outdoor sell the advertising space on the inside and outside of Arriva’s buses across the UK. There is a range of formats to suit budgets of all sizes.
Confederation of Passenger Transport UK – http://www.cpt-uk.org
The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK is the trade association for bus, coach, light rail and metro operators. The site provides statistics and transport-related data and is a good source of general information.
Bus Users UK – http://www.bususers.org
Bus Users UK, formerly known as National Federation of Bus Users (NFBU), is an independent group which was formed to give bus passengers a voice. It has the ear of all the major bus companies, including Arriva, and a lot of the smaller ones too, of their trade organisation and of the Government and local authorities. Bus Users UK is not aligned to any political party.
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