Asked about the factors affecting their journey time, 28 per cent cited traffic congestion; 22 per cent mentioned passenger boarding time; 10 per cent roadworks; six per cent waiting too long at stops; three per cent said the driver went too slowly; and two per cent cited bad weather.
The percentage of passengers satisfied with value for money was lower — 68 for Morebus, with three per cent very dissatisfied, and 59 for Yellow Buses, with 11 per cent very dissatisfied. We are delighted that we can enable Bournemouth Transport Ltd and its employees to pursue a promising way forward and wish them every success.
The Bournemouth-based operator also required a system to manage a wide range of assets, with better performance analysis and reporting capabilities. Squire said: "This puts the local management team firmly in the driving seat.
Passengers with a disability were less satisfied than passengers overall — 87 per cent compared with 91 per cent.
We are now masters of our own destiny. The mobile working is not just for engineering but also for management tasks and, for example, we can authorise purchasing requests on a mobile. Services across Dorset include the popular holiday destinations of Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch.
Sector News. Commuters were less satisfied than those travelling for other purposes — 86 per cent compared with 95 per cent. An annual survey found Morebus pulling ahead of Yellows as the operator that best satisfied local passengers.
The software automates paperwork and administration tasks to boost efficiency and reduce costs, as well as improving working practices and providing useful performance analytics and reports.
Bournemouth Transport Ltd BTLwhich trades as Yellow Buses and Yellow Coaches, was bought by three members of the senior management team following a decision by French-owned RATP Dev to review its operations in the UK and to concentrate on its London franchise operation, as well as its sightseeing and coach businesses.