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National Express is an award-winning clean-air guinea pig

National Express West Midlands is also a crucial part of the West Midlands Combined Authority Low Emission Bus Delivery Plan. This strategy recently won the 2016 National Air Quality Award for Passenger Transport.

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Industry first Heath Bus wins third national award

National Express UK Bus has won its third national award for creating a bus that makes its employees healthier - and even saves their lives.

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National Express is Master of driver training

National Express, the Birmingham-based bus and coach company, has won a national industry award for its excellent driver training programme.

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Tyrese wins the name game with Operation Bale

Birmingham youngster Tyrese Nelson has left his mark on a National Express West Midlands bus after winning a competition promoting safer travel.

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Halloween special - Hop onboard the zombie bus, if you dare...

For the first time ever, National Express West Midlands’ is taking over Birmingham city centre with a special zombie bus this Halloween (Monday 31st October 2016), in partnership with Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.

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Bus passengers urged to See Something, Say Something by Safer Travel police

With Halloween and Bonfire Night looming, bus passengers across the West Midlands are being urged to report anti-social behaviour on the network with the new look See Something Say Something service.

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NX celebrates its own Wonder Women on UN Wonder Woman day

National Express West Midlands and the Midland Metro are marking the United Nation’s first Wonder Woman Day on 21 October 2016.

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Bus Operator of the Year at the National Transport Awards.

National Express West Midlands has won Bus Operator of the Year at the National Transport Awards.

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National Express win top safety award - twice

The transport group’s West Midlands bus company and its Essex-based rail operator c2c were both awarded the highest safety award in the UK - the Sword of Honour - by the British Safety Council. 

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Gilbertstone Primary gets a double decker library

Gilbertstone Primary School in Yardley, Birmingham, now has its very own big red bus, thanks to dozens of enthusiastic volunteers at National Express West Midlands. Workers at the bus operator have refurbished one of their old redundant buses and turned it into a fun school library.

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