→‎History: Fulford, North Yorkshire
In January 2006, Blazefield Group was sold to Transdev with 305 buses.<ref>{{cite web|title=Transdev acquires Blazefield Group|url=|work=Bus & Coach Professional|publisher=Plum Publishing|accessdate=24 February 2013|date=7 January 2006|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=|archivedate=29 October 2013}}</ref><ref>[ A new stop for Blazefield] ''Yorkshire Post'' 9 January 2006</ref> In 2007 Transdev Blazefield purchased [[Transdev Northern Blue|Accrington Transport]], [[Blackburn Transport]] and [[Transdev Northern Blue|Northern Blue]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Blazefield buys again in Lancashire|url=|accessdate=25 February 2013|newspaper=Bus & Coach Professional|date=9 August 2007|deadurl=yes|archiveurl=|archivedate=13 August 2012}}</ref>
In 2008, Transdev Blazefield purchased two bus operations in York: City Sightseeing franchise Top Line Travel,<ref name=BriggsAug08>{{cite web|last=Briggs|first=Ian|title=Top deal will keep Top Line driving forward|url=|work=TheBusinessDesk|accessdate=24 February 2013|date=22 August 2008}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|last=McCusker|first=Peter|title=Putting wheels in motion for deal|url=|work=The Journal||accessdate=24 February 2013|date=24 September 2008}}</ref> and [[Veolia Transport]]'s bus operation, both based in [[Fulford, North Yorkshire|Fulford]].
In December 2017, [[Rosso (bus company)|Rosso]] was purchased from [[Rossendale Borough Council]].<ref>[ Rosso set to join the Transdev Blazefield family] ''Route One'' 15 December 2017</ref><ref>[ £3 million investment promised for Rossendale bus users as Transdev announces takeover plan for council owned operator] Transdev 15 December 2017</ref>