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Lothian Country Buses' service 113 was given the honour last night (16th June) at the Scottish Transport Awards. The route has seen passenger growth of more than 50 per cent, bucking national trends.
The ceremony, held at the Raddison Blu Hotel in Glasgow, is designed to recognise innovation, excellence and progress across all areas of transport, with the awards regarded as the highest industry accolades in Scotland.
Richard Hall, Lothian Buses’ managing director, said: “It’s great to see that the efforts and achievements of all of the dedicated staff on this service and across the whole business have been recognised with these awards. We’ve seen significant growth in our passenger numbers which is most encouraging for the long-term development and sustainability of public transport in East Lothian.
Lothian Buses also scooped the top award of being Public Transport Operator of the year and was shortlisted for four other prizes.
Doubled frequency, bigger buses, 50% increase in passenger numbers and award winning. What has Lothian Buses got that First Bus hasn't; and shouldn't someone be telling Mr Fearnley the secret?
... but mostly replaced by, guess who, Lothian Buses.