Go North East Fleet Go North East's 6010
May 2018 Go North East
This vehicle has transferred from Chester-le-Street Depot to Percy Main.
May 2018 Go North East
Following the cascade of Scania N94UD/East Lancs OmniDekka vehicles from Stanley, this vehicle has entered a float/reserve position within the fleet. It will be retained over the summer to cover additional vehicle requirements (such as the Sunderland Tall Ships Park & Ride services), and will only be retained in the fleet beyond summer if Go North East is awarded Miscellaneous Works Nexus contracts from September 2018. It has now transferred to Chester-le-Street Depot, to alleviate vehicle shortages.
May 2017 Go North East
Following temporary loan to Deptford Depot, this vehicle has returned to service at Percy Main.
May 2017 Go North East
This vehicle has transferred from Percy Main Depot to Deptford, on temporary loan, to alleviate vehicle shortages.
August 2010 Go North East
After buying Arriva North East's operations from Hexham Depot in March, Go North East has worked closely with stakeholders to improve the service being provided for customers. As part of these improvements, this vehicle has been ordered to upgrade the 602 service, operating between Newcastle and Hexham. Currently devoid of route branding pending service changes later this month, this vehicle... see more
August 2012 Go North East
Ahead of impending cascade, this vehicle has been repainted into a green and yellow base livery, later gaining "Angel" branding.
August 2016 Go North East
To assist in the coverage of extra vehicle requirements over Bank Holiday weekend, which will see Go North East operating shuttle services for the Tall Ships event in Blyth, Cruise Ships, Kynren and the Soccerbus X50, this vehicle has transferred from Riverside Depot to Washington. It should be used to release a double-deck vehicle for use in the Blyth Tall Ships event.
August 2013 Go North East
After 11 months of the experimental OK1 service operating; Go North East extended the service from Darlington to Middlesbrough, providing a direct bus link from the Wear Valley area, and to attract new users. The service was revised to terminate at Bishop Auckland northbound, as this corridor faced the biggest competition with Arriva North East, and just four journeys per day started/terminated at... see more