National Express, a fellow Midlands based company, are committed to providing their customers with the safer, most comfortable and eco-friendly travel possible.
" For us it’s about ensuring we are in the best possible physical and mental state whether we are home or away "
As well as providing a cheap alternative to parking on match days, National Express buses provide a green solution for fans travelling to see Warwickshire County Cricket Club, which sits well with the Club's current Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Policy.
One of the many initiatives National Express run to get more people using public transport is the National Concessionary Travel Scheme which gives older people in the West Midlands free travel on local buses between the hours of 09:30 and 23:00 Monday to Friday and all day Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.
As well as helping our fans get to matches, National Express will be providing luxury travel for the Bears when they head to some of their furthest away games, through their luxury travel sister partner The Kings Ferry.
Keith Cook, Cricket Operations Manager who organises, among other things, the player's travel and accommodation for away matches said, " The Kings Ferry coaches are high quality and the epitome of luxury travel. Giving the players this level of comfort, means arriving for games refreshed, and ready. Some matches we play are as far away as Durham or Somerset, and arriving tired can put you at a disadvantage. For us it’s about ensuring we are in the best possible physical and mental state whether we are home or away."