• Corporate news

Half Year results for the period ended 30 June 2017

Continues strong growth from a diverse international portfolio of businesses The Group has made good progress in the first half of the year with b...

  • Corporate news

£145,000 of National Express Foundation funding to support over 2,700 local young people this year

The National Express Foundation, a charity set up in 2012 to help disadvantaged young people, has awarded a total of £145,000 in community grant an...


@spottydogcomms @MinistryatWork @CIPR_UK @mediations Really interesting - challenging and useful. Thanks for organising.

  • News across the Group

Even higher standards and new vehicles en route for passengers as West Midlands Bus Alliance is renewed

Bus passengers across the West Midlands can look forward to even higher standards of service and reliability thanks to a landmark agreement being r...

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  • News across the Group

Birmingham gets its own low-fare zone

  National Express West Midlands has extended its successful low-fare zones again, this time to suburban Birmingham. From September 2017, the loc...

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Art on the buses highlights mental health for National Express Coventry passengers​

A visiting artist supported Coventry’s mental health festival by creating charcoal drawings and leaving them for ​National Express Coventry passeng...

Latest Results

  • 2017 Half Year Results
  • 27 July 2017

The Group has made good progress in the first half of the year with both revenue and profit up strongly year-on-year on a constant currency basis, in line with the Board’s expectations.

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Featured Case Study

Committed to paying the Living Wage

National Express has committed to become an accredited Living Wage employer in the UK.

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National Express Foundation

The National Express Foundation is central to National Express Group's support for the wider community in which we operate in the UK.

The public order disturbances in July 2011 highlighted the issues facing young people living in inner-city areas in the UK. The disturbances involved a disproportionate number of people in the 15-24 year age group. Unemployment, boredom and lack of motivation among this group were all cited as factors.

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Latest Reports

  • Annual Report 2016
  • 24 MAR 2017

National Express has again delivered a strong set of results in 2016. Read the 2016 in review.

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