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Stagecoach News

Bus travel goes contactless

27 Mar 2018

Stagecoach North Scotland officially launched contactless payments on over 360 buses in the North Scotland area. To mark the deployment of contactless payments on buses across Moray and the Highlan...
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Public transport evolves from carriages to contactless

23 Mar 2018

Stagecoach North Scotland today (23 March 2018) officially launched contactless payments on over 360 buses in the North Scotland area which includes buses in Aberdeenshire, Moray and the Highlands of ...
Stagecoach News

Stagecoach announces investment in Orkney

14 Mar 2018

Bus operator Stagecoach has announced further investment for bus passengers in Orkney.
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More Stagecoach Buses to Keep City Moving During First Strike

06 Mar 2018

Local bus operator Stagecoach has today confirmed that there will be no disruption to Stagecoach services as a result of industrial action by First bus.
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Bus Boss Urges Councillors to Continue City Centre Transformation

05 Mar 2018

Local bus operator Stagecoach is urging Aberdeen City councillors to press ahead with planned changes to a city centre street, ahead of a crucial debate on Monday 5th March.