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What's Zero Tolerance all about?

At Stagecoach South East we've got a fantastic team of bus drivers and support staff. It's a tough job that comes with its challenges but our drivers are proud to serve our community - helping you get to where you need to be.
Sadly it gets more challenging when people aren't kind to them. Although it doesn't happen every day, sometimes our drivers get shouted at, spat on or even hurt. 

That's why we've launched a zero tolerance approach, to remind everyone that abuse won't be tolerated. Bus drivers are humans and they have feelings, they're someones mum or dad, brother or sister, friend or colleague.

So, please be kind to our bus drivers and spread a little extra kindness on your next journey.

Here's a message from Joel, the Managing Director at Stagecoach South East:


A special request from Stagecoach South East