A £75,000 fine is issued for poor punctuality alongside numerous undertakings, after concerns are sparked by route monitoring and a wheel loss incident
McGill’s of Glasgow has been fined £75,000 after a number of bus monitoring exercises by Bus Users Scotland showed poor punctuality on several routes.
In a written decision from Senior Traffic Commissioner (STC) Richard Turfitt, the company’s three transport managers were given formal warnings and several undertakings were applied to its O-licence:
- A finance review to be completed by 31 October 2020;
- A full compliance audit to be submitted to the Office of the Traffic Commissioner (OTC) in Edinburgh by close on 30 April 2020;
- Two additional CPC holders to be appointed as Transport Managers by 31 December 2019; and
- New PMI forms to be introduced which meet all the Inspection Manual numbers as set out in the Guide to Maintaining Roadworthiness.
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