|Service type||Bus services|
|Routes||11 (October 2013)|
|Fleet||33 (September 2013)|
Countywide Travel was formed in 1995 as a coach and bus company, based on vehicles from Marchwood Motorways and established a depot in Basingstoke. In 1998 the depot relocated to the site formerly used by Oakley Coaches in Oakley, Hampshire. Countywide took over many of the routes from Tillingbourne Bus Company when it ceased trading in 2001. On 1 October 2007 the coach business was sold to Weavaway Travel and the bus operation moved to Crondall.
On 31st December 2014, three years after the Stagecoach takeover, the website was updated to announce the end of the Fleet Buzz name with operations being fully integrated into Stagecoach South from the date of some major network changes (Monday 5th January 2015).
As at September 2013 the fleet consisted of 33 buses.
- Fleetbuzz website
- Bother in Basingstoke - competition between Countywide and Stagecoach in Hampshire
Media related to Fleet Buzz (bus company) at Wikimedia Commons