The boss at one of the UK’s biggest bus companies – who worked with Boris Johnson during his time as London mayor – has called on the Government to deliver its promise of a national bus strategy.
Jeremy Corbyn plans to give all local authorities the right to take bus services into public ownership if Labour wins the General Election.
Annual funding for buses in England has fallen by nearly £400 million over the past decade, according to a report.
Dundee's proposed low emission zone (LEZ) is set to reduce city centre traffic – but what does this mean for the city’s professional drivers?
Dundee City Council reported to Transport Scotland amid concerns Blether Bus ‘denies access to the disabled’
Dundee City Council has been reported to Transport Scotland amid concerns its alternative to a doomed bus service is not accessible.
Xplore Dundee offers to redirect one of its existing routes after bus users ‘deprived’ of lifeline service
Bus users set to be deprived of a “lifeline” service next month have been given a reprieve after an operator offered to redirect one of its existing routes.
A consultation on a much-maligned replacement bus service is being under-advertised, residents have claimed, leading to fears that it won’t properly serve the local area.
Bus firm Xplore Dundee has made positive noises about its latest service to Edinburgh Airport – but the firm could be under threat from the city council.
MSPs have backed proposals to allow local authorities to run their own bus services.
Bus operator Xplore Dundee has unveiled its new airport service bus.
Bus operator Stagecoach East Scotland is set to consult on timetable changes that could affect some services in Dundee.
Scrambling around for change and breaking notes will soon be a thing of the past; Dundee’s main bus operator is now accepting contactless payments on all Xplore buses.
Police officers are travelling on buses as part of a crackdown on crime.
Dundee’s bus services are among the best in Scotland, according to the latest independent survey of passengers.
Bus firm Xplore Dundee is set to name its latest fleet of buses after some of the city’s most inspirational women – and needs the public’s help to make the choice.
Dundee’s car use has hit a three-year high amid an ongoing fall in bus use.
Questions have been raised about the effectiveness of pedestrian areas in Dundee city centre – amid claims police are failing to enforce restrictions on motorists.
Buses will be diverted due to a burst water main on a busy street in Dundee city centre.
A Broughty Ferry road was partially blocked after a car crashed into the back of a parked van.
More than half of Dundonians who use public transport are struggling to afford peak fares.