LOTHIAN Buses is to invest £250,000 to make a further 35 vehicles environmentally friendly before the end of the year.
A RETIRED man who accidentally dropped his travel pass into the coin box on a bus was ordered to get off and had to walk a mile and a half home.
AN investigation is under way into what is causing the city's Bus Tracker network to keep going on the blink.
BUS passengers will get a free audio tour of the Capital to mark World Heritage Day.
He's the new chairman of Lothian Buses, but Australian Chris Walton has a number of other strings to his bow … explosives expert, licensed pilot and skydiver to name just three
THE new chairman of Lothian Buses has vowed to spend more time in Edinburgh after coming under fire for being a "backseat driver" in London.
Lothian Buses' website has been improved to work more effectively on smartphones.
Prices may be going up, but Lothian Buses still offers the Capital great value for money, says Ian Craig
BUS fares in the Capital are to rise as a result of soaring fuel costs and fears over reduced Scottish Government funding, it was announced today.
BUS bosses have been accused of "dropping a bombshell" by stopping a service that residents say leaves school-children and the elderly facing a busy crossing.
BUS bosses are set to scrap more than 30 on-street ticket machines which have cost around £150,000 in less than four years.
CITY leaders have shrugged off concerns about the new chairman of Lothian Buses being based in London.
OPPOSITION councillors are set to launch a bid to block the appointment of the new chairman of Lothian Buses after it was revealed he would be based more than 400 miles away.
OPPOSITION councillors may refuse to back the appointment of a new chairman of Lothian Buses because he is based in London.
THE new chairman of Lothian Buses is set to be a high-profile former easyJet boss who will be required to attend just seven meetings a year - and be based in London.
FEARS of increasing bus fares and service cutbacks were raised today after the Capital's publicly-owned bus company warned that rising fuel prices will cost it several million pounds this year.
NEIL Renilson, the former chief executive of Lothian Buses, has warned that plans to reduce the number of buses using Princes Street risk damaging city centre business.