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Transaid Challenge…….Paris Or Bust!

Well the training has been done and the hours put in, and the time is almost upon us. The uTrack team are lean and mean, (well sort of nice mean if truth be told) all the bikes are gathered and the kit has been tested and all preparations are done. So, it is time to...

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Bus Versus Car; A Loosing Battle?

I have spent my life believing in the principle of equality, all men it is said are born equal, and up to a point that is true. Some are gifted with bounty and kindness from day one on this earth, while many others are born into hardship and deprivation. I remember a...

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Route One Awards; A Great Night Out.

So the date is set and everything is sorted, the dinner jackets will be out as will the cocktail dresses for what looks like being an excellent night out at one of the Industries biggest celebrations of the best of the best that the UK Bus and Coach industry have to...

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Mr. Leon Daniels A Top Man

I received a message on one of the social media channels recently, announcing the retirement of a man whom I hold in the highest personal regard, none other than Mr Leon Daniels, presently the Managing Director for Surface Transport for Transport For London. I have...

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uTrack Update September 2017

Harold Wilson the one time Prime Minister of the UK, once said a week is a long time in politics. Well time has flown by in uTrack land and it is hard to believe that the last newsletter that we sent out was well over a year ago. Since then we have been really busy...

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What Makes A Good Boss?

I have always been intrigued with the simple question, what makes a good boss?. I suppose because I have spent my life and times being a boss as well as working for bosses, some good, some bad, some horrendous, and some exceptional. It begs the question why are some...

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Passenger Sentiment ; A Powerful Tool

The power of disapointment and poor service can never be under estimated and nor should it. It was all too easy once upon a time to give people a poor calibre of service and quite honestly often bad companies could get away with it. Especially in the good old days of...

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