Transport Media

Welsh Bus Company Hits Back at Recent Controversy

Welsh bus operator New Adventure Travel (NAT) gained widespread attention earlier this month when its bus rear advertisements sparked outrage in the press and on social media.  The adverts, which featured images of topless male and female models holding signs which read ‘ride me all day for £3’, were slammed by thousands and described as […]

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Could Boris Ban Rickshaw Taxis in London?

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called for a ban on rickshaws and pedicabs in the capital in an effort to ease the city’s traffic congestion problems and combat growing safety concerns. Johnson is seeking new powers to regulate the vehicles, which have become infamous for causing traffic jams in the West End in particular. […]

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Could London Face Yet Another Taxi Protest?

Some of London’s busiest streets could once again be brought to a standstill, with United Cabbies Group (UGC) planning its biggest protest yet against Transport for London (TfL).  The taxi trade assocation recently caused a massive holdup on London’s famous Oxford Street as many of the city’s black cab drivers formed a blockade to show […]

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TfL Welcomes Bids for Lucrative Advertising Contract

Transport for London has announced plans to combine its advertising estate into a single contract, inviting media companies to pitch for a £1 billion package to oversee outdoor and transport advertising across the city’s network. It’s the first time that London’s transport advertising opportunities have been offered in a single package, with the contract encompassing […]

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Bus Rear Ad Campaign Promotes Blakelands’ Premium Care

Media Agency Group’s transport advertising specialist subdivision, Transport Media, has recently launched an exciting new advertising campaign alongside Milton Keynes’ private healthcare facility, Blakelands Hospital, who wish to promote their Premium Healthcare range. The locally-targeted bus rear advertisements will be on display on as many as 19 of the city’s buses for the next four […]

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