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Stagecoach has launched its second legal action against the Government in less than a month over the Department for Transport’s decision to ban it from bidding for rail franchises.
Stagecoach has launched legal action against the Department for Transport (DfT) over its disqualification from the East Midlands rail franchise competition, the company has announced.
The Turner Prize has ended its sponsorship with Stagecoach South East just a day after it was announced, following controversy involving the transport company’s chairman.
Sir Richard Branson has urged the Department for Transport (DfT) to cancel all rail franchising competitions.
A city councillor is urging people to make use of a bus link amid concerns for its future.
Campaigners in a north-east village have convinced the council to reverse its decision to axe their only weekend bus service.
Virgin Trains is set to disappear from Britain’s railways after the Government disqualified its bid to continue operating trains on the West Coast Main Line.
Shares in transport operator Stagecoach have jumped after it raised expectations for the full year amid improved trading.
Council leaders are considering alternative proposals that could return some form of bus service to an Aberdeenshire village.
A Georgian estate house yesterday provided the backdrop for the launch of the new buses being introduced on a vital north-east route.
Police have confirmed the body discovered in the woods south of Banchory on Friday afternoon was missing teenager Liam Smith.
More than 400 people have backed a campaign to save the only weekend bus service in a north-east village from being scrapped.
A north-east health worker has blasted changes to a council-backed bus service a “shambles” amid fears he could be left stranded.
A bus crashed into a shelter in the centre of Aberdeen yesterday afternoon and sent thick shards of broken glass onto the pavement.
A campaign is gathering speed to save the only weekend bus service serving a north-east village following the launch of a petition.
Residents living in a small north east village claim they are being “kept like prisoners” after their only bus stop was demolished during AWPR works.
An investigation has been launched after a bus caught fire on the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road this week.
Thousands of people have voiced their opposition to plans to scrap a north-east bus service.
Talks are to be held between a city councillor and a bus giant over a potential revamp of Aberdeen’s station- ahead of a massive planned expansion of the city’s Union Square.
NHS staff in the north are being encouraged to use public transport to help them stay active and save money.
Rail passengers in the north were left facing another day of disruption as signalling failures triggered delays.
New bus services were launched yesterday to help business travellers and holidaymakers cut down their travel time to get to the city airport.
Tributes continued to pour in for a bus driver who died in a crash on the Black Isle as he was last night officially named by police as 50-year-old Mohamed Chache from Inverness.
A bus driver killed in a crash has been described as a popular man with such a warm nature he was known as "Smiler".
A popular bus driver has died after his vehicle crashed into a bridge in the Highlands and landed on its side last night.
The driver of a north-east school bus that left the road leaving pupils with minor injuries has been suspended.
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.
Police have revealed that their investigation into the disappearance of a north-east teenager has been hampered because the CCTV on the bus he was last seen boarding did not work.
Inverness bus services are set for a huge shake-up from the New Year with Stagecoach taking over dozens of routes.
New services, contactless payments and live bus tracking all part of new expansion for Stagecoach in the Highlands
Stagecoach North Scotland today confirmed plans to expand its Inverness bus operations through the proposed acquisition of certain assets from D&E Coaches.
A bus firm has been forced to postpone the roll-out of a new service connected to the Aberdeen bypass due to uncertainty over when the road will finally open.