Five new buses for Salisbury Reds are ‘more accessible for all’

first_imgGo-Ahead Group-owned Salisbury Reds is continuing its investment in new transport by introducing five brand new buses to services in and around the city.The announcement underlines the operator’s commitment to enhancing bus services across the area.Andrew Wickham, Salisbury Reds Managing Director, says: “I am delighted that we have been able to invest an extra £750,000 in our fleet.“These buses – which will sport the new Salisbury Reds livery – are set to deliver exceptional performance, as well as offering environmental benefits with their Euro 6 engines.”The new Optare Solos will operate across the city’s network from September.Each will feature lighter floor colours, helping to make the vehicles dementia friendly.”Many of those with the disease are uneasy about crossing darker floors – fearing them to be like ‘black holes’,” adds Andrew.“We want to make all our new buses more accessible for all – and this is just one aspect of that.”last_img read more