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Reading Buses - Reading Transport Ltd

We’re proud to have been transporting customers in and around Reading for over 100 years. Yes, there’s a lot of history but we’re really focused on giving you a great bus service with low-floor buses and frequent services. Along with our owners, Reading Borough Council, we’re trying to reduce car dependency for access to the area, both for visitors and residents. Since 2005, Reading Buses has invested millions in over 100 new fully-accessible, ultra-low emission buses for our Premier Routes.All our Premier Routes have been given a complete makeover, with some of the benefits including higher frequency bus services and low emission buses, so if you haven’t done so already, come on board and get a better, greener view of Reading. Currently 38% of our fleet is very environmentally friendly - with 31 electric hybrid buses, 20 gas buses and a further 14 due for delivery next Spring!

30 April 2019
South East
Local Alliances:
Reading Dementia Action Alliance

1. Action Plan

We provide goods and services to people with dementia that suuport them in their daily living and enable them to stay at home and in their community, enjoying the best quality of life for longer. Improving customer service though increasing staff awareness and understanding of dementia. By enabling people living with dementia to be part of the community and continue to do daily and social activities. Responding to the individual's needs and offering support.

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2. Actions

  • Promotion of Dementia Action Alliance and dementia friendly communities

    Promotion of dementia friendly approaches through internal/external communications (eg. Newsletters, websites. in-house magazines, word of mouth etc). Developing good practice within our wider chain, and our networks locally and nationally.


    2014 - Third Quarter Update

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  • Dementia awareness raising for all staff.

    Currently raising awareness to new members of staff.

    Being implemented

    2014 - Third Quarter Update

    new member