Going Green

RDH Coaches is committed to a cleaner and greener environment. Our drivers have all recently received training in fuel efficient driving to try and reduce our carbon footprint.

We take an active interest in local transport issues and work alongside various local groups and councils to ensure passenger transport remains a priority and is a safe and environmentally friendly alternative for the whole community.

Coach travel not only represents a cost efficient form of transport, it is also one of the most carbon efficient methods of mass transporting people. With organisations now setting themselves tough environmental targets, choosing coach travel has the potential to make a massive impact on an organisation’s carbon footprint.

All our vehicles comply with emissions legislation and are maintained to the very highest standards by our sister company RDH Commercials Ltd.

CO2 Emissions

The coach generates 1/6 of the carbon dioxide emissions of air travel, 1/2 of rail and nearly 1/4 of car.

CO2 emissions in kilograms per passenger per journey
Assumes 1.56 people per car. ** Modern high speed electric train. *** Modern diesel train. Source: Department for Transport/National Atmospheric Emission Inventory 2004
Mode of transportĀ London to EdinburghLondon to Bristol
Plane96.4N/A
Car*71.021.3
RailĀ 11.9**10.6***
Coach9.23.3

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What you say...

I just wanted to send a big thank you to the driver of the wedding bus. I gather he was a complete star. Everyone has commented how nice he was and his flexibility was invaluable.

If I (or any friends) ever need any transport again – you’ll always be our first contact.

James Rivers – Wedding, August 2013

The drivers were great, it’s not easy driving to some of the sites and they took it in their stride! Thanks!

Nic, Geography Field Trip July 2013