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Stagecoach say happy birthday!

17 Jun 2015

Stagecoach Strathtay turns 30 today, having been formed in 1985 as a subsidiary of Scottish Transport group. 

The company became part of Yorkshire Traction Ltd in 1991 before being bought over by Stagecoach in 2005 and now operates as part of Stagecoach East Scotland.

The bus fleet still serves the same key areas of Dundee, Angus and Perthshire and route Tayway 73 is one of the longest standing routes, operating between Dundee and Arbroath.  

In partnership with local enthusiasts and vehicle owners, a heritage running day will take place later in the summer to celebrate the 30th birthday, with a number of preserved heritage vehicles operating in the area.