Annual funding for buses in England has fallen by nearly £400 million over the past decade, according to a report.
An Aberdeen bus company has been slated by locals after announcing proposals to axe a busy city route.
Solution sought for elderly residents left unable to reach Forres centre after bus service was scrapped
Renewed efforts have been made to help elderly Forres residents who have been left unable to venture into the town centre after a bus service was controversially axed.
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I was standing at a bus stop in Portlethen when I spoke to a young guy who had just finished his first day at work.
A north-east bus company will be supporting the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival this year by operating additional services between Elgin and Dufftown.
Campaigners in a north-east village have convinced the council to reverse its decision to axe their only weekend bus service.
Members of a north-east coastal community trying to save a weekend bus service have been granted an audience with their MP.
A north-east health worker has blasted changes to a council-backed bus service a “shambles” amid fears he could be left stranded.
A campaign is gathering speed to save the only weekend bus service serving a north-east village following the launch of a petition.
A new fleet of green buses is being introduced on key north-east routes at a cost of £3.5 million.
Pupils dash alongside busy road to reach new Aberdeen school after bus driver ‘takes a wrong turn and gets stuck’
Children were forced to rush alongside a busy Aberdeen road to reach school when a bus driver failed to pick them up after "taking a wrong turn and getting stuck".
New bus services were launched yesterday to help business travellers and holidaymakers cut down their travel time to get to the city airport.
Bus users will soon be able to benefit from speedier journeys with the launch of the first services on the long-awaited AWPR later this month.
A new Aberdeen mum says she was “screamed at” then left in the cold by an irate bus driver for refusing to fold up her buggy.
Road policing Officers have been checking the road worthiness of school buses following taxi checks in Aberdeenshire last week.
Inverness bus services are set for a huge shake-up from the New Year with Stagecoach taking over dozens of routes.
North-east bus drivers will be taught to recognise the signs of stroke as part of a major campaign to help save lives.
Fresh calls have been made to ban vehicles from a partly-pedestrianised Aberdeen street after a video emerged showing a bus creeping up behind an oblivious young woman.
A stark picture of reduced job opportunities, isolation and social exclusion has emerged across the Highlands as a direct consequence of cuts in bus services.
A north-east bus driver sacked for swearing during a row with a colleague has lost his legal challenge to claim unfair dismissal.
Bus passengers are being warned that the fares for some north-east journeys will increase next month.
Parents of Moray schoolchildren have been reassured that there will be buses to take pupils to school, despite an ongoing dispute over transport contracts.
Plans have been put forward on how to spend more than £1.4million bus lane fine funds in Aberdeen.
Buses and bikes will be the future of Aberdeen’s Broad Street, after councillors rejected a drive to ban all traffic following the thoroughfare’s £3.2million renovation.
A local bus company stepped in to save the day for a “desperately needed” service in Inverness after Stagecoach announced it would be axeing it.
The surprisingly colourful history of the north-east’s buses in the 1960s has been painstakingly detailed by a retired surgeon.
A Stagecoach bus heading for Aberdeen is stuck at Inveramsay Bridge, the company has tweeted.
A new £2.75million fleet of 10 coaches will soon be taking to the roads in Moray.
Calls to investigate more publicly-funded buses in Moray after sole service nets ‘phenomenal profit’
Fresh calls have been made for publicly-funded bus routes to be rolled out across Moray to protect lifeline links after it emerged the only current service nets the council a “phenomenal” profit.
Bus operators have blamed the downturn in the North Sea oil and gas industry for plummeting passenger numbers at two north-east park and ride services.
New bus stops without proper pull-ins on one of the busiest routes in Inverness are an accident waiting to happen, according to community leaders.