Bus operators across Scotland have outlined a commitment to deliver multi-operator smart ticketing.
McGill’s Buses has acquired the stage carriage routes of two Lanarkshire-based independent bus operators; Arthur’s Coaches and D.A. Coaches, for undisclosed sums.
McGill’S Buses has added 40 Alexander Dennis (ADL) Enviro200 midi buses to its fleet in recent months, as part of a £4.5m deal.
Scotland’s largest privately-owned public transport operator, McGill’s, has acquired the local bus routes and vehicles of Coatbridge-based, McNairn Coaches (including JJ Travel), for an undisclosed sum.
New passenger services and junction overhauls are included in the measures Plans for a £3m extension to Glasgow’s Fastlink bus corridor have been unveiled, the Scottish Herald reported.
Henderson Travel called to Public Inquiry to take place on November 17 McGill’s Bus Services of Greenock stepped in last Friday (October 31) to cover Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) contracted services previously operated by […]
McGill’s Buses has announced it will operate four new routes, following the decision by Barrheadbased Riverside Transport to cease operating on Friday June 1.
McGill’s, Scotland’s largest privately-owned bus company, has announced it has agreed a deal to acquire Dumbarton-based Loch Lomond Bus Services Limited which trades as McColl’s, for an investment of around £3m.
CC finds McGill’s perceives First Glasgow to be a credible threat and this would be likely to constrain the operator from substantially worsening its offer post-acquisition The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally cleared McGill’s completed […]
Worries about the consequences of route monopolies lead to CC referal The OFT has referred the completed acquisition by McGill’s Bus Services of the Arriva Scotland West local bus business to the Competition Commission. The £10m […]