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===Transdev York===
Top Line Travel<ref>[ Companies House extract company no 4412164] Transdev York Limited formerly Top Line Travel of York Limited</ref> was established in May 2000 by former [[York Pullman]] manager Peter Dew.<ref>[ New bus is just the ticket for Emily] August 2000</ref> As well as operating the [[City Sightseeing]] franchise in York, in 2002 it took over Guide Friday's York operations. In October 2000 Top Line Travel commenced operating two routes to service the [[University of York]].<ref>[ University launches city bus service as part of sustainable transport plan] University of York 12 October 2000</ref> In June 2008 Top Line Travel was purchased by Transdev Blazefield with 10 [[open top buses in the United Kingdom|open top]] buses and several school buses.<ref>[ Top deal will keep Top Line driving forward] '''' 22 August 2008</ref>
In 2006 [[Veolia Transport]] successfully tendered to operate some services in York.<ref>[ Service 20] Transdev York 3 April 2007</ref> It agreed a deal with Top Line Travel to share their depot in [[Fulford]]. In August 2008 Transdev Blazefield purchased Veolia Transport's York operations.<ref>[ Blazefield expands with York deal] ''Bus & Coach Professional'' 4 June 2008</ref> In October 2008 both were combined under the Transdev York name. All buses operate with Yorkshire Coastliner accreditation.
[[Yorkshire Coastliner]] is based in [[Malton, North Yorkshire|Malton]]. It operates services between [[Leeds City bus station|Leeds]], [[Tadcaster]], [[York]] and Malton, and also serve the coastal resorts of [[Scarborough, North Yorkshire|Scarborough]], [[Whitby]], [[Bridlington]] and [[Filey]], as well as the inland town of [[Pickering, North Yorkshire|Pickering]] and the village of [[Thornton-le-Dale]] in the [[North York Moors]] National Park.<ref>[ Detailed Coastliner Service Route Maps] Yorkshire Coastliner</ref> It commenced operating on 2 January 1990.<ref>[ Coastliner's 25th anniversary] ''Coach & Bus Buyer'' 4 June 2015</ref><ref>"Silver jubilee for Yorkshire Coastliner" ''[[Buses Magazine|Buses]]'' issue 724 July 2015 page 10</ref><ref>[ Transdev's Coastliner celebrates 25 Years] ''Route One'' 8 July 2015</ref>
As at January 2012, Yorkshire Coastliner operated a fleet of 18 [[Wright Eclipse Gemini]] bodied [[Volvo B7TL]] and [[Volvo B9TL|B9TLs]].<ref>[ Yorkshire Coastliner Fleetlist] West Yorkshire Buses January 2012</ref> Yorkshire Coastliner participated in the [[Moorsbus]] scheme.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Network Timetable 2013|dateyear=2013|publisher=Moorsbus|accessdate=15 September 2013}}</ref>
In 2016, Transdev Harrogate introduced a new fleet of buses for its [[Harrogate bus route 36|36 service]]. The Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B7TLs were transferred to Yorkshire Coastliner for a new direct services between Leeds and York Stonebow via the [[M1 motorway|M1]] and [[A64 road|A64]] that commenced on 27 March 2016 under the Cityzap brand.<ref>[ Changes to Coastliner from 27 March] Yorkshire Coastliner 12 February 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2016.</ref><ref>[ Transdev aims to change perceptions with superfast Zap brand] ''Route One'' 30 March 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2016.</ref><ref>[ Transdev Blazefield: A gimmick for growth] ''Route One'' 22 June 2016. Retrieved 4 September 2016.</ref> On 5 November 2017 a second Cityzap service from Leeds to [[Manchester Chorlton Street coach station|Manchester]] via the [[M62 motorway|M62]] and [[Ainley Top]] commenced.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Cityzap. Get ready to zap between Leeds and Manchester|accessdate=4 November 2017}}</ref>