A 16-year-old has been charged after a window of a double-decker bus was smashed in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen bus has had to be taken out of service after its window was smashed while being driven in the city.
Drivers and public transport users are continuing to face widespread disruption tonight as the wintry weather causes havoc on the roads.
The world’s first hydrogen-powered double-deckers have been officially launched in Aberdeen.
The world’s first hydrogen-powered double deckers were officially launched in Aberdeen today.
During the vicious assault he booted his victim - who was left afraid to leave the house - in the head, knocking him out, and then continued to punch him as he lay defenseless on the road.
An Aberdeen bus firm has repeated its commitment to providing services to key workers and people making essential journeys.
Bus passengers will now be able to make donations to a charity supporting the armed forces community in the run-up to Armistice Day.
A shuttle bus operated by Aberdeen University to transport students across the city has been suspended until next year.
First Aberdeen has announced a further increase to its services since lockdown.
The north-east is getting moving again, with a range of transport services set to increase from next week.
First Aberdeen has announced a number of its services will run more frequently around the city.
First Bus has confirmed the new route of a number of its services ahead of a partial road closure in Aberdeen city centre.
A leading environmental organisation has welcomed Aberdeen City Council's plans to take over the First Bus fleet.
First Bus has drawn praise from a disability charity after updating its app to show wheelchair-accessible spaces on their local bus services in real time.
Racist messages including the slogan White Lives Matter have been spray-painted on bus stops in Aberdeen.
Business leaders, people shielding and retail outlets have spoken of their joy as the next stage of the country's exit out of lockdown was unveiled.
North-east bus and rail firms have spoken of measures they are taking as it was announced that face coverings would become mandatory on public transport.
Is it possible to have clearer guidance regarding social distancing when using First Bus transport?
An Aberdeen bus operator is bringing in a fogging machine to help keep customers safe while travelling.
A number of changes to bus services in Aberdeen have been announced.
Bosses at First Aberdeen have revealed the stark impact coronavirus lockdown has made on passenger numbers - but have praised the public from heeding stay at home advice.
First Aberdeen have increased the number of morning and evening services following feedback from key workers.
Both employees are recovering at home in self-isolation, but the transport giant has moved to reassure customers and the wider public that its vehicles are thoroughly and regularly cleaned and disinfected.
A bus campaign group has said the removal of the Sunday service to an area of Aberdeen will “isolate over 1,000 homes”.
A bus crashed into an Aberdeen roundabout during rush hour yesterday. The vehicle, a First Aberdeen single-decker bus, ended up on top of the Four Mile roundabout at Bucksburn following the incident at 5.25pm. A police spokesman said: “There were no injuries. Traffic was affected while recovery was carried out.”
A second public consultation into an Aberdeen bus gate is to be carried out.
A former Aberdeen bus driver who assaulted a colleague after an awards ceremony has been ordered to pay his victim £1,000.
Police were called to a two-car crash on a busy Aberdeen road.
The victim sustained a displaced fracture in his lower right eye socket and had to have surgery and a metal plate inserted after the attack by Leon King