| June 05 2014 - 'Bus Party' asks Scots off the beaten path: What kind of country do you want?|
"What kind of Scotland do you want?" asks a seven-foot tall stand. This is the Bus Party, an innovative tour that has been hitting the road ahead of on Scotlandâ€™s eagerly anticipated Sept 18. Its perambulations bypassedÂ the bright lights of Edinburgh and Glasgow, concentrating instead on Scotland'sÂ small towns and cities that are often forgotten in the referendum debate,Â from the northerly ...
| June 25 2013 - Lothian Buses boss gets 26% pay rise|
THE man at the wheel of ÂEdinburghâ€™s main bus operator saw his pay increase by 26 per cent to ÂŁ265,000 last year, The Scotsman can reveal.
| June 25 2013 - Cows on the line: Glasgow-Edinburgh rail services badly disrupted|
Scotland's busiest rail service is badly disrupted this afternoon after cows strayed on to the line between Lenzie and Bishopbriggs. ScotRail said trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh via Falkirk High may be cancelled, delayed or revised at short notice until 5pm.
| May 24 2013 - Delhi gang rape play heads to Edinburgh|
All-Indian cast will reflect on sexual violence in production by Yael Farber, director behind hit play Mies Julie The gang rape and murder of a woman on a Delhi bus in 2012 will be explored in an Edinburgh fringe show by the team behind one of last festivals' biggest hits, Mies Julie . South African writer and director Yael Farber will explore the events of 16 December last year , when a 23-year ...
| February 27 2013 - Area girls basketball teams face tough sledding in state semifinals|
Steele girls basketball coach Kari Wallace didn't have much time to celebrate Saturday after the Knights earned their first berth in the Class 5A state tournament with a 58-54 victory against Wagner in the Region IV final. Even before she boarded the team bus that carried the team from Edinburg to the Steele campus in Cibolo, Wallace already was thinking of the challenge that lay ahead. And ...
| January 09 2013 - Bus fare to rise again to ÂŁ1.50|
BUS fares in Edinburgh are set to rise by 10p if the Scottish Government goes ahead with a cut in funding for concessionary fares.
| November 07 2012 - Bus lane camera changes unveiled|
Changes are being recommended for two of Edinburgh's cameras which monitor illegal use of the city's bus lanes.
| November 07 2012 - Edinburghâ€™s bus lanes set for overhaul|
INEFFECTIVE stretches of Edinburghâ€™s 40-mile bus lane network will be removed and several camera sites altered as part of a major review into enforcement of the cityâ€™s Greenways.
| November 31 2012 - Glen Rogue: City camping that can be accessed by public transit|
My big, red wheeled suitcase has travelled many places. Itâ€™s been to Edinburgh, New York, Vancouver, Louisiana and LA, but last weekend I added camping in a tent to the list. Normally I would choose a backpack for a weekend in the wilderness, but when youâ€™re camping by public transit, something with wheels is the best way to move all the gear.