Ben Macpherson MSP has called for the support of local businesses while tram engineering constructions are in progress on […]
By Gus Kubiak Lothian Buses plans to bring 42 new high capacity buses into service on key routes […]
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Next month, the government will trial a 26-30 railcard, labelled the ‘millennial’ railcard, but only 10,000 will be on the list.
A catch in the new system means that millions of millennials are going to lose out because of a catch in the system, with no cards set to be trialled in Edinburgh, or Scotland as a whole.
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By December 2018 the Edinburgh to Glasgow Improvement Programme will deliver the fastest journey time of 42 minutes between Glasgow and Edinburgh’s city centre’s.
The devolution of rail services in Scotland could be a step closer, after a report released today by think tank Reform Scotland harshly criticised ScotRail for failing to deliver an acceptable standard of service.
Transport Minister, Humza Yousaf, renewed calls for devolution of responsibility for Scottish train services, to the Scottish Government.
The Minister said:
“Network rail should be devolved to Scotland. That’s a call I’ve made, that’s a call my predecessors collectively have previously as well, and now it seems Labour politicians are making the same case as well. I welcome that [agreement] from Tom Harris and welcome that [report] from Reform Scotland.”
By Michael Mckeand Quantas last night grounded their fleet of six A380 Airbuses after an explosion ripped apart […]
by Sean McLennan and Oliver Hughes The chairman of Transport Edinburgh, Lothian buses and TIE ltd, David Mackay, […]