The brother-and-sister team that set up Stagecoach is vacating the driving seat after the transport group showed declining revenues.
Dedicated bus services will ferry fans from north-east towns to P&J Live for a hotly-anticipated Rod Stewart concert, following a successful trial run for Michael Buble shows last week.
A number of train services in the Highlands have been cancelled this evening due to a signal fault.
A male driver has been left with serious injuries after colliding with a military vehicle on the A9.
A bus company is refusing to serve a Kent housing estate in the evenings because its drivers are being repeatedly threatened by youths after dark.
Anger as bus firm continues to visit Moray village for training more than three years after pulling routes
A Speyside villager has called on a transport giant to restore a route or move out completely after continuing to use the narrow streets to practise.
Stagecoach chairman Sir Brian Souter has donated £109 million to charity.
Stagecoach has announced some services will revert to winter timetables from the end of October.
Up to eight people are believed to have been seriously injured after a double-decker bus overturned in a crash in Devon, police have said.
A number of passengers have been injured after a double-decker bus overturned in a collision in Devon, police have said.
Bus passengers did a double take today when rock legend Alice Cooper appeared to pick them up.
Bus and train operator Stagecoach has confirmed it will take the Department for Transport to court early next year over the Government’s decision to ban the firm from bidding for three rail contracts.
Plans to lower Slug Road in Stonehaven to let double-decker buses pass safely under bridge dismissed
Plans to lower a busy commuter road that runs beneath a railway bridge in Stonehaven have been dismissed by councillors over fears it could cost more than the estimated £500,000 price tag by damaging the "elderly" crossing.
Resident of a Highland village say they are being left out in the cold as Stagecoach’s “improved” bus services fail to meet customer demand.
Bus services in Moray have been extended to include a new £12million sports complex.
A £15million Park and Ride facility in Aberdeen is being used by just seven cars a day with the problem blamed on a nationwide decline in bus usage.
Drivers are advised a north-east road has shut following a two-car crash.
The north-east's newest concert venue has teamed up with one of the region's biggest transport providers to make travel easier for gig-goers.
Stagecoach's new bus timetables will be rolled out across Aberdeenshire, Moray and the Highlands this month- with some services added, changed or withdrawn.
An Inverness MP is urging for “sustainable measures” to be put in place to generate a reliable bus service for local residents.
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.
The summer holidays will soon be here and that means finding six weeks’ worth of things to do with the kids. If you’re exploring East Scotland as a family this summer, why not add a splash of colour to your plans with Stagecoach?
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.
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.
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.