Aberdeen council is seeking emergency talks with bus bosses and the Scottish government over the withdrawal of services.
A council-subsidised bus service to an Aberdeen suburb is proving a success with more than 120 passengers a week getting onboard.
A leading bus company has confirmed it is withdrawing services from a busy Aberdeen suburb by the end of the year.
Bus manufacturers have road tested their latest products on a FirstGroup “race” track.
First Bus has announced a raft of changes for its operations across Aberdeen.
Bus fares in Aberdeen are set to change with an adult week ticket reduced for those purchasing tickets on their mobile phones.
Monday, January 18, is billed as the most depressing day of the year a bus driver in Aberdeen hopes to bring back smiles by donning fancy dress to help them get from A to B.
Major concerns have been raised about a temporary bus route to make way for Aberdeen's winter festival - including placing a stop on a busy dual carriageway.
Concerns have been raised over plans to hand over cash raised from bus lane fines to help the UK's biggest bus operator improve its services in Aberdeen.
An investigation into a series of accidents which helped save insurance companies around £1.7million and resulted in the conviction of 15 people for fraud has led to Aberdeen transport giant FirstGroup being nominated for an award.
Seventeen people have been injured when a bus smashed into a bridge, ripping its roof completely off.
A disabled former MP has called for "clear guidelines" on bus spaces for wheelchair-users after she claimed she wasn't allowed to board because of a buggy.
Big-hearted bus drivers in Aberdeen have made a much needed stop at city food bank after they heard it was running out of stock.
First Bus have launched an investigation after one of their buses crashed into the front of a former Aberdeen nightclub.
A bendy bus has smashed into the side of a former Aberdeen night club.
Three north-east organisations are hoping to encourage commuters to ditch their cars and take the bus.
Bus giant First Group has been criticised by politicians after it announced a number of fare rises as part of a shake-up of its Aberdeen operations yesterday.
Youngsters across Aberdeen will be given the chance to get active with a busload of sporting activities thanks to the support of a north-east based transport giant.
An Aberdeen bus driver has been crowned the best in the UK, fending off competition from more than 100 others.
Transport chiefs in the north-east have taken delivery of two new zero-emission hydrogen buses.
Traffic came to a standstill on a busy Aberdeen street yesterday morning when an illegally parked car caused a road block.