Our gender pay gap report is published
Transport is vital in connecting communities to jobs, education and leisure, while also supporting economic growth and personal mobility. Arriva is one of the UK’s largest bus operators and provides almost a quarter of all rail passenger journeys.
What we do matters, but how we do it matters more. That’s why the make-up of our workforce is so important: we strive to make sure our people represent our diverse society and customer base and we value their ideas and contributions.
We have the ambition to become the mobility partner of choice, preferred by our passengers, partners and clients.
Having a diverse, talented and motivated workforce is key to achieving that ambition.
If you would like to read the Arriva UK 2017 gender pay gap report, please click here.
Published : Wed 2nd Aug. 2017 - Thu 28th Sep. 2017
When our garage staff asked if they could support this year's Macmillan Coffee Morning, we were delighted to encourage them to do so.
At Arriva London, we are always looking for ways to improve our environmental footprint, and are excited when our staff suggest ways in which they can also contribute to this aim.
On Saturday 26th August, Arriva London was pleased to support the eighth annual bus service to the normally deserted Wiltshire village of Imber, situated in the middle of Salisbury Plain military training area.
As part of our continuous ongoing staff training and development programme, this week, together with colleagues from TfL, we conducted a Hello London Accessibility Forum at our Brixton garage, and invited our drivers to participate in the discussion.
If you’re planning a wedding, a special birthday celebration or a fantastic day out with a group of friends, why not treat yourselves this summer and let us help you with your transport and celebrations solutions, using our Heritage Fleet Routemaster buses available for private hire.
It’s never too soon to experience new things in life and for the children of the Streatham Montessori Nursery in Brixton, last week was one of those times.