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Stagecoach Group

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Stagecoach Group plc
Company typePublic company (LSESGC)
IndustryPublic Transport
FoundedMarch 9, 1980
HeadquartersPerth, Scotland
Area served
United Kingdom and North America
Key people
Brian Souter, CEO of Stagecoach Group
Robert Speirs, Chairman of Stagecoach Group
Ann Gloag, Founder of Stagecoach Bus
Robin Gloag, Co-founder of Stagecoach Bus
ProductsBus, Train, Tram and Ferry services
RevenueIncrease £1,504.6 million GBP
(12.0% FY 2007)[1]
Increase £180.9 million GBP
(FY 2007)[1]
Decrease £125.2 million GBP
(FY 2007)[2]
Number of employees
SubsidiariesStagecoach UK Bus (including light rail), Coach USA, Coach Canada

Stagecoach Group plc (LSESGC)[3] is a leading international transport group operating buses, trains, trams, express coaches and ferries. The group was founded in March 9, 1980 by the current chairman, Brian Souter,[4] his sister, Ann Gloag, and her former husband Robin. The group is based in Perth, Scotland, and has operations in the United Kingdom and North America.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Financial Analysis:Consolidated Income Statement". Stagecoach Group. 2007. Archived from the original on 8 August 2008. Retrieved 17 January 2008.
  2. "Regulatory Announcement:Stagecoach Group PLC Interim Results - Part 2". Stagecoach Group. 2007. Archived from the original on 14 February 2009. Retrieved 17 January 2008.
  3. Companies House extract company no SC100764 Stagecoach Group plc
  4. "Brian Souter: The man who hates not getting his money's worth". Daily Telegraph. 2007. Retrieved 23 July 2007.[permanent dead link]

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See also:
Transport for London - Passenger Transport Executive
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport