National Express West Midlands name bus after long-serving PCSO

National Express West Midlands has named one of their buses after a long-serving Police Community Support Officer (PCSO).

Bus number 7031, which runs out of the Perry Barr garage, has been named PCSO Terry Court.

PCSO Court retired in March after 11 years of working hard to keep our buses safe working in the Safer Travel Partnership.

The idea to name a bus after him was suggested by one of his Safer Travel Partnership colleagues, PCSO Sharon Cooper. She said: “It would be nice to show our appreciation in this way as I know it would mean the world to him.”

The Safer Travel Partnership is a collaboration between three main organisations - Transport For West Midlands (TFWM), British Transport Police and West Midlands Police. The Partnership works to reassure the travelling public and reduce crime and anti-social behaviour on public transport in the West Midlands.​

Published 11th April 2016