The parent company of Preston Bus Limited is Rotala Plc.
Rotala Plc is an AIM listed company, operating commercial and subsidised bus routes. Its clients are the public, local authorities, businesses and private individuals. Its presence in the UK concentrates in three main areas: Preston and the North West; the West Midlands and the South West. Bases at airports allow for country-wide coverage.
Each area of the UK is unique, and has its own specific transport requirements. For that reason, Rotala operates local depots run by managers with in depth knowledge of local areas and markets. The success achieved by this strategy proves that a community approach serves customers well. "Head-office" does not dictate local transport policy. Rotala empowers local managers to make their own decisions, delivering area focussed, high-quality services.
Rotala aims to create quality branded routes, using liveried vehicles recognisable as Rotala-owned. We believe passengers take confidence from knowing their local service has the backing of a large, UK-wide transport provider.
An evening Torch Light Procession in the City next Saturday 24th September 2016 closes Preston City Centre to buses and other vehicles. Stand Changes on Preston Bus Station
From Friday 23rd September 2016 some bus stands will change, as refurbishment work begins on Preston Bus Station. Penwortham Girls High School - changes to bus service 680
Lancashire County Council announce changes to day fare availability on the Penwortham Girls High School service 680 from Banks, Hesketh Bank, Tarleton and Longton.