In part four of our series on the efforts of keyworkers. Danny McKay speaks to those involved in keeping the north-east public transport systems moving
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.
Transport providers across the north-east are doing their bit to help frontline workers beat coronavirus.
Aberdeen’s hydrogen buses have been taken off the road, marking the end of the first phase of the programme.
In his letter Ross Thomson argued the brief nature of the consultation period left the impression locally that the changes are being “rushed through”.
Employers are being invited to promote vacancies at a popular Aberdeen jobs fair later this year.
First Aberdeen have been fined £50,000 by the traffic commissioner over its poor punctuality and reliability
Bus drivers in Aberdeen were set to vote on working conditions today that could lead to industrial action by the workforce.
An Aberdeen bus driver has been crowned bus driver of the year.
A bendy bus is blocking a busy dual carriageway after jack-knifing.
Around 250 people turned out to a public meeting to discuss the future of an Aberdeen bus service.
Works to fix a sink hole on a busy Aberdeen road have been completed and the roads is set to reopen tomorrow
Aberdeen City Council's finance chief has written to a Scottish Government Minister for clarity on funding for the city's flagship hydrogen bus project.
A three-year-old boy and his brother are taking to the streets in an effort to save their local bus service.
An Aberdeen Widow says she will become "a prisoner in her own home" when her lifeline bus service is axed at the end of this year.
Bus smart cards are to be rolled out in the North-east from August.
A BUS driver has scooped a national transport award for making a little boy's dream come true.
TRACKING technology to tell passengers how long they've to wait for their bus could soon be extended.