Arriva group

Grand Central became part of the Arriva group, owned by Deutsche Bahn, in 2011.

Arriva runs a range of transport services including buses, trains, coaches, waterbuses and airport-related transport services, and bus and coach distribution.

With operations in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and the UK, Arriva provides more than 1.5 billion passenger journeys every year.

You can find out more about the Arriva group by visiting the group website.

CrossCountry

Operating out of Birmingham New Street, CrossCountry offers routes across the UK stretching from Aberdeen to Penzance and from Stansted to Cardiff, including Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Nottingham, Bristol Southampton and Edinburgh. Visit website

Chiltern

Chiltern Railways operates a number of services around the South East of England from Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and some long-distance services to the West Midlands. Chilterns’ main terminals are Birmingham Snow Hill and London Marylebone but also operate additional services to London Paddington. Oxford and Kidderminster. Visit website

Arriva Rail London

Arriva Rail London is the train operating company responsible for running the London Overground network under a Concession Agreement with Transport for London (TfL). Arriva Rail London can cater for rail journeys across 23 of London’s 33 boroughs. Visit website

Arriva Trains Wales

Arriva Trains Wales’ network extends throughout Wales and the border counties of England, providing local and long distance services to destinations including major cities such as Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Birmingham, Chester and Manchester. Visit website

Northern

Northern plays a vital role in the north of England by connecting tens of thousands of people to work, leisure, education and more every day. The Northern network stretches across the North of England, and operates more stations than any other UK operator. Visit website

Arriva Bus

Arriva Bus provide services in most UK towns and cities. They operate in the North West, North East, Yorkshire, Wales, the Midlands, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent and Surrey. Visit website

Arriva London

Arriva London is one of the biggest bus operators in London, providing 17 per cent of the capital’s bus services under contract to Transport for London (TfL). Arriva London has a fleet of over 15,000 buses, including double-decks and single-decks of various lengths. Operating from 17 garages across London, Arriva London provide over 15,000 buses of over 74 day services and 21 night services. Visit website

Arriva Bus and Coach

Arriva Bus and Coach specialise in the sale, rental and finance of new ad used vehicles along with nationwide servicing and repair as well as parts support. Arriva Bus and Coach has a long heritage in the bus and coach industry, building a strong reputation for quality and reliability. Visit website

Greenline

Greenline provides bus services from Heathrow to Harlow, Luton to Luton Airport and Hemel Hempsted. Visit website

Arriva Transport Solutions

ATSL is a specialist non-emergency patient transport provider carrying out more than a million journeys across the UK every year. Dedicated and highly trained staff use the latest technology and a modern fleet of ambulances to ensure each patient’s journey is tailored to their individual medical needs and that they receive caring and compassionate service. Visit website