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    Organisation   Early days: London General omnibuses in 1927   The London Transport brand continued on buses until 1986   A post-privatisation London bus bearing private operator branding Buses have been used on the streets of London since 1829, when George Shillibeer started operating his horse drawn omnibus service from Paddington to the city. In 1850 Thomas Tilling started horse bus services,[2] and in 1855 the London General Omnibus Company (LGOC) was founded to amalgamate and regulate the horse-drawn omnibus services then operating in London.[3] LGOC began using motor omnibuses in 1902, and manufactured them itself from 1909. In 1904 Thomas Tilling started its first motor bus service. The last LGOC horse-drawn bus ran on 25 October 1911, although independent operators used them until 1914.[4] In 1909 Thomas Tilling and LGOC entered into an agreement to pool their resources. The agreement restricted the expansion of Thomas Tilling in London, and allowed the LGOC to lead an amalgamation of most of London's bus services. However, also in 1909 Thomas Clarkson started the National Steam Car Company to run steam buses in London in competition with the LGOC. In 1919 the National company reached agreement with the LGOC to withdraw from bus operation in London, and steam bus services ceased later that year.[5]
  • Vacancies (24/08/2018)
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  • Welcome to sri lanka transport board (07/09/2018)
    Organisation   Early days: London General omnibuses in 1927   The London Transport brand continued on buses until 1986   A post-privatisation London bus bearing private operator branding Buses have been used on the streets of London since 1829, when George Shillibeer started operating his horse drawn omnibus service from Paddington to the city. In 1850 Thomas Tilling started horse bus services,[2] and in 1855 the London General Omnibus Company (LGOC) was founded to amalgamate and regulate the horse-drawn omnibus services then operating in London.[3] LGOC began using motor omnibuses in 1902, and manufactured them itself from 1909. In 1904 Thomas Tilling started its first motor bus service. The last LGOC horse-drawn bus ran on 25 October 1911, although independent operators used them until 1914.[4] In 1909 Thomas Tilling and LGOC entered into an agreement to pool their resources. The agreement restricted the expansion of Thomas Tilling in London, and allowed the LGOC to lead an amalgamation of most of London's bus services. However, also in 1909 Thomas Clarkson started the National Steam Car Company to run steam buses in London in competition with the LGOC. In 1919 the National company reached agreement with the LGOC to withdraw from bus operation in London, and steam bus services ceased later that year.[5]

Interim Fare Revision-Effect from 23th of May 2018

Interim Bus Fares Revision - 2018

May 23, 2018

Upon the Cabinet Approval granted on 22nd May 2018 the bus fare has been increased from 12.5% and the minimum bus fare to be Rs.12.00 since midnight of 22nd May 2018. Accordingly full fare in respect of approved Inter Provincial (Normal, Semi Luxury, Luxury and Super Luxury) Services implemented by the Sri Lanka Transport Board and Private Passenger Transport Services and the Fare Table depicting 350 Normal Fare Stages 

are given below for the information of Passengers, Owners, Crew, Authorities and the General Public.

Welcome to sri lanka transport board

Organisation

 
Early days: London General omnibuses in 1927

 
The London Transport brand continued on buses until 1986

 
A post-privatisation London bus bearing private operator branding

Buses have been used on the streets of London since 1829, when George Shillibeer started operating his horse drawn omnibus service from Paddington to the city. In 1850 Thomas Tilling started horse bus services,[2] and in 1855 the London General Omnibus Company (LGOC) was founded to amalgamate and regulate the horse-drawn omnibus services then operating in London.[3]

LGOC began using motor omnibuses in 1902, and manufactured them itself from 1909. In 1904 Thomas Tilling started its first motor bus service. The last LGOC horse-drawn bus ran on 25 October 1911, although independent operators used them until 1914.[4]

In 1909 Thomas Tilling and LGOC entered into an agreement to pool their resources. The agreement restricted the expansion of Thomas Tilling in London, and allowed the LGOC to lead an amalgamation of most of London's bus services. However, also in 1909 Thomas Clarkson started the National Steam Car Company to run steam buses in London in competition with the LGOC. In 1919 the National company reached agreement with the LGOC to withdraw from bus operation in London, and steam bus services ceased later that year.[5]

Tender Notice 1

Tender Notice Type: Tender Notice Country : Sri Lanka
Tender Category: Printing and publishing
Description: Printing Work (175 Invitation Cards (with Covers) / 229 Certificates / 1000 Hand Bills / 330 Tickets / 250 Souvenirs / 50 Pennants / 01 Background Creation)
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