The UK was a step closer to falling into a recession on Wednesday as the latest economic data for the all-important services sector came in lower than expected.
It could affect the 3, 8, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 117, X27 services as well as the night routes.
Some services in the city could be axed if the plans go ahead.
The UK’s economy shrank for the first time since 2012 in the second quarter of this year, as the manufacturing and construction sectors both slumped.
Proposals for roadside services beside a major north-east commuter route have been approved.
An appeal to the Scottish Government to build a roadside services complex on the A90 has been rejected.
Developers have appealed to the Scottish Government in a bid to build a roadside service complex in the north-east.
Plans for a roadside services complex could create more than 100 jobs and generate up to £3.2 million a year for the North-east economy, a report has stated.
Council tax bills across Aberdeen could rise by 3% in a move described as a “hard choice” by the ruling administration.
Plans to create roadside services including a hotel have been backed by a national tourism body.