Throughout the 1950s and 1960s the UTA was synonymous with public transport in Northern Ireland. It's green buses, lorries and trains were an everyday sight. This book is about the road services operated by the UTA, which succeeded the NIRTB in 1948 and was succeeded by Ulsterbus in 1967. With the creation of Translink, which controls Ulsterbus, Cutybus and NIR, has turned the clock full circle. The new Translink livery has even returned to green as part of its corporate identity.