More Alexander Dennis buses for Compass

Compass Travel, a bus operator in the south-east of England, has added three new Alexander Dennis single-deck vehicles to its 70-strong fleet.

The latest models are 8.9m, 29-seat Enviro200 buses powered by Cummins ISBe 4.5-litre engines and Allison transmissions. They join 12 similar models delivered by Alexander Dennis to Compass in the last year. ADL single-deck vehicles make up about half of the Compass fleet.

Commenting on the company’s latest acquisitions, Malcolm Gallichan, engineering director at Compass, said: “The manoeuvrability, fuel economy and reliability of the Enviro200, coupled with its style and passenger appeal, makes it a firm favourite.

“ADL buses form the backbone of our fleet operations in Guildford, Redhill, Reigate, Chichester, Arundel, Bognor Regis, Lewes, Hayward Heath, Eastbourne and Brighton. Many of these are very demanding routes covering both high density and rural locations and the Enviro200, along with other ADL single decks, provide the ideal solution.”

Stuart Masson
Stuart Masson
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