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The Scottish Accessible Transport Alliance (SATA) has published a strategy and action plan aimed at ensuring ensuring that disabled people have an effective say in how transport services are planned and that all new services are fully accessible over the next five years. Among the specific proposals in the Plan are the provision of disability […]
The next RELBUS committee meeting will be on Wednesday (28th January) at 7pm when the focus will be on transport and social inclusion in rural areas. View the agenda.
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Welcome to Lothian Country Buses who started running Service 104 between Edinburgh and Haddington in September. We are delighted that they are fully committed to the East Lothian Bus Passenger Charter, and are raising awareness of it on their buses. Visit their website for more information.
Is it possible to provide an unsubsidised local bus service which meets the needs of rural communities? Bus driver Steve Hurst is trying it in Northumberland. Last year he set up Spirit Buses, having carefully researched the market.
Now, there is a direct service between Rothbury and Alnwick, which takes just 20 minutes, the last bus […]
Labour MSP for East Lothian Iain Gray has launched a bill in the Scottish Parliament to regulate how bus services are delivered.
The Members’ Bill aims to give transport authorities greater power over how bus services are run, including a new franchising power to tender “quality contracts” for profitable and non-profitable routes together, without seeking ministers’ […]