Hundreds of jobs could be lost in restructuring plans at a bus manufacturer as the company reports a significant decline in UK demand.
Projects aimed at helping buses avoid heavy traffic will be able to receive a share of £10 million Government funding, Scotland’s Transport Secretary has announced.
London buses have had their capacity increased by 50% in response to new social distancing guidelines, Transport for London (TfL) has announced.
All roads lead to Aberdeen’s King Street Barracks… and its haunting history at the heart of the city
Captain Beaton of the Gordon Highlanders knew very well the horrors of the Western Front.
A north-east bus operator will be doubling their number of services from next week.
An Aberdeen bus operator is bringing in a fogging machine to help keep customers safe while travelling.
New guidance for transport passengers and operators in Scotland has been produced ahead of the easing of lockdown restrictions.
A multi-million-pound project to bring a fleet of hydrogen buses to Aberdeen has been delayed due to the pandemic.
Most Stagecoach buses will run in the north-east less often as of Monday, the firm has announced.
Bus times in Aberdeen are changing as of tomorrow due to the coronavirus pandemic, an operator has announced.
Stagecoach buses in the north-east are set to receive a makeover as part of the firm’s 40th anniversary celebrations.
An Aberdeen bus firm has apologised after services in a city community failed to turn up despite being scheduled to do so.
Extra buses are to run free of charge to transport fans to and from Michael Buble’s Aberdeen gigs at P&J Live.
An under-threat bus service has been saved, Aberdeen City Council has claimed.
Longer bus journey times have been identified in a new report as a major problem for the north-east bus network.
Community groups have called on residents to have their say after some council-supported bus services are to be scrapped.
There are fears that major disruption to a Aberdeen buses could return next week with a driver shortage looming.
First Bus will make a changes to services in the city centre due to the OVO Energy Tour Series.
Scotland’s Transport Minister has been questioned about the proposed scrapping of North-east bus services.
We’ve taken a look back through our archives and dug up these images of how buses in the North-east have changed over the past few decades.
Aberdeen bus drivers say they've had a great response from the public as the first day of industrial action began.
Councillors vote in favour of continuing with plans to partially pedestrianise Aberdeen’s Broad Street
Buses will still be allowed access to Broad Street after councillors narrowly voted in favour of proceeding with plans to partially pedestrianise the street.
Parents have been assured their children will be able to get buses home from a new Aberdeen academy.
A fresh attempt to close off Aberdeen’s Broad Street to all traffic will be made before Christmas, with an opposition group planning to challenge the council’s buses and bikes plan.
Fresh calls have been made for publicly-funded bus routes to be rolled out in the North-east after it emerged the only current service nets the council a “phenomenal” profit.
A bus company has announced that it will be investing £70 million in new vehicles.
Council officers have warned they could block plans to build a 1,000-space hospital car park over fears Aberdeen bus services will be hit.
A council chief has refused to rule out whether any employees will be suspended following the publication of a report into the baby ashes scandal.
A safety campaign has been launched in a bid to stop drivers dangerously overtaking buses on Aberdeen roads.
It is the final stop for a generation of city buses.