High Peak Buses invests £500,000 in Transpeak service

Over half a million pounds has been invested in new buses for the area's Transpeak bus service.

Over half a million pounds has been invested in new buses for the area's Transpeak bus service.

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Over half a million pounds has been invested in new buses for the area’s Transpeak bus service.

The vehicles, built by British company ADL, boast clean engine technology, high-quality interiors and a new livery, along with USB charging points and free on-board wifi.

The vehicles, built by British company ADL, boast clean engine technology, high-quality interiors and a new livery, along with USB charging points and free on-board wifi.

The vehicles, built by British company ADL, boast clean engine technology, high-quality interiors and a new livery, along with USB charging points and free on-board wifi.

A spokesperson for High Peak Buses, which operates the service between Derby, Buxton and Manchester, said: “This investment will build on a well-established bus service, providing greater comfort and convenience while travelling through the beautiful Peak District countryside.”