It is owned by Cardiff Council one of the few council owned operators left in the UK.
Cardiff Council own Cardiff Bus
Cardiff Council owns and operates it.
So the people (tax payer) still own it.
What's the deal with the changeover to BiBuCo?
They bought Dualway's City Sightseeing operation.
It's still council owned.
I have now uploaded some private operators from by recent trip to Cardiff:
LK08 DWF Cardiff 17/09/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr
As it was the final day of Dublin Bus operated routes 45A, 59, 63 and 75 I decided to pop out to Dun Laoghaire to take a few pics. The shots can be found here:
EV 90 Dun Laoghaire 06/10/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr
EV 32 Dun Laoghaire 06/10/18 by Cathal O'Brien, on Flickr
An emotional day, tomorrow is the start of a hopefully bright new era, yet today was a sad day.
Sad indeed but also exciting to see a bus operator come in. As bad as Dublin Bus can be at times Ile still some what miss them on the routes that will move to Go-Ahead. I've just also realised now I will probably never travel on an AX or an EV ever again unless a rare allocation pops on one of the routes I use which will remain with DB. Also noticed this little header on top of the DB timetables for routes moving to Go-Ahead.