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COMMUTERS in Edinburgh are facing cuts to bus services and fares being raised under controversial plans to use the city's main operator to help pay to get trams up and running, it has been claimed.
EDINBURGH'S main bus operator has gone back to the future by returning to the livery it abandoned a decade ago.
BUS passengers are set to make a record 108 million trips on Lothian Buses this year - five million up on last year.
A BUS service that was extended from Sighthill to Edinburgh Airport last year has recorded bumper passenger figures.
BUS drivers with a city firm have been told they will not get Christmas bonuses if they have taken time off sick.
LOTHIAN buses look set to have a planning application for the city's first on-street ticket machine approved by planners.
RESIDENTS in Craigmillar have asked Lothian Buses to reconsider changes to its number 12 bus route, which is to terminate at King's Road, rather than Asda at the Jewel.
LOTHIAN Buses plans to introduce on-street ticket machines to speed up bus journeys.
LOTHIAN Buses quadrupled profits and gave its highest-paid director a 16.5 per cent salary increase in the same year that its drivers went on strike in a bitter pay dispute.