Reading Buses run the town services around Reading. Many buses are in coloured liveries for specific routes, spare generic buses are silver, the new version from previously charcoal grey. Before this scheme, buses were painted brown and cream, some vehicles are still in this livery.
Newbury Buses run the main routes around the town of Newbury. They operate the route between there and Reading. The company also has the contract to run the routes serving the Vodafone headquarters in the town.
Goldline Travel run the private hire operations of Reading Transport, running various coaches on tours and excursions. They also provide various contract services around Reading, such as the park and ride system, where unlike Reading Buses services, change is issued.
Reading Transport has a long history with a number of predecessors, including tram and trolleybuses. The company's depot is also very modern, a new one having been constructed in 1998.
The ethanol-powered Scania OmniCity which was used in Reading as part of trials for the new bio-ethanol route 17 vehicles. It has since been acquired.
Two preserved Routemasters used previously by Reading Mainline, who Reading Transport Ltd took over.
An advert on a preserved Reading Transport Ltd vehicle for coach route X1, which are now Green Line routes X1 and X10.