Funding deadline approaches for local community groups
The National Express Foundation, the charity arm of train operator c2c’s parent company, is urging local Essex and east London community groups to ...
Crime down on West Midlands buses
Travelling on public transport in the West Midlands is now safer than ever after new figures show crime has fallen by 70% per cent in the last ei...
Deadline approaches for National Express Foundation funding to support local young people
The National Express Foundation is urging educational institutions and community groups to get themselves in gear and apply for funding to support ...
Thousands of coach seats added to cope with Bank Holiday bookings
National Express is adding thousands of extra coach seats to cope with demand over the coming Bank Holiday weekend as engineering work is set to ca...
- 2015 Full Year Results
- 25 FEB 2016
With revenues, profits and margins up in every division and a growing dividend underpinned by a strong and sustainable free cash flow, the Group enters 2016 in a good position.
- Annual Report 2015
- 24 MAR 2016
National Express has again delivered a strong set of results in 2015. Read the 2015 in review.
A purpose built health bus, complete with a fully trained nurse and consultation rooms, is now visiting National Express bus garages offering free health advice and support to all employees.
The bus was created following comments in our annual employee survey which praised our employee safety awareness but asked for similar support in health and wellbeing. The Health Bus was designed and constructed by our own engineers and fitters who adapted a redundant bus into a modern, mobile health facility offering two consultation areas and a waiting room.
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.