HIBBS, John. Also writes as John Blyth. British, b. 1925. Genres: Poetry, Economics, Marketing, Transportation. Career: University of Central England, principal lecturer, 1973-82, director of transport studies, 1982-90, professor, 1987-90, professor emeritus of transport management, 1990-. Premier Travel Ltd., personal assistant to managing director, 1950-52; Corona Coaches Ltd., joint managing director, 1956-60; British Railways Eastern Region, traffic survey officer and market research officer, 1961-67; City of London Polytechnic, sr. lecturer and principal lecturer in transport, 1967-73; Proceedings of the Chartered Institute of Transport, editor, 1991-. Publications: Transport for Passengers, 1963; (as John Blyth) New Found Land, 1965; (as John Blyth) Being a Patient, 1967; The History of British Bus Services, 1968; Transport Studies: An Introduction, 1970, 3rd ed., 1999; (ed.) The Omnibus, 1971; How to Run the Buses, 1972; People and Transport, 1973; The Bus and Coach Industry: Its Economics and Organization, 1975; Transport without Politics?, 1982; Bus and Coach Management, 1985; Regulation: An International Study of Bus and Coach Licensing, 1985; The Country Bus, 1986; The Country Chapel, 1987; The Bus and Coach Operator's Handbook, 1987; Marketing Management in the Bus and Coach Industry, 1989; (with G. Roth) Tomorrow's Way, 1992; On the Move: A Market for Mobility on the Roads, 1993; Glossary of Economic and Related Terms for the Use of Students on Transport Courses, 1993; Transport Policy: The Myth of Integrated Planning, 2000; Transport Economics & Policy, 2003; A Country Busman, 2003. Address: 134 Wood End Rd, Erdington, Birmingham B24 8BN, England.