Glasgow Citybus

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Glasgow Citybus logo.png
ParentWest Coast Motors
FoundedNovember 1999
HeadquartersScotstoun
Service areaDunbartonshire
Glasgow
Service typeBus services
Routes10
Fleet48 (August 2013)
Chief executiveColin Craig
Websitewww.glasgowcitybus.co.uk

Glasgow Citybus[1] is a Scottish bus operator, operating 10 bus routes in Glasgow and Dunbartonshire under contract to Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.

History[edit]

Glasgow Citybus was formed in November 1999 by Russell Arden.

In 2006 it was sold to West Coast Motors.[2] In January 2008 the Glasgow City Sightseeing[3] open top tour franchise was purchased.[4][5]

In March 2012 the business of John Morrow was purchased.[6]

In April 2015, Glasgow Citybus commenced operating the route 398 shuttle service between Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street stations under contract to Abellio ScotRail.[7]

Fleet[edit]

As at August 2013 the fleet consisted of 48 buses.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Companies House extract company no SC205686 Glasgow Citybus Limited
  2. ^ Companies House extract company no SC033868 Craig of Campbelltown Limited
  3. ^ Companies House extract company no SC208526 City Sightseeing Glasgow Limited
  4. ^ About Us West Coast Motors
  5. ^ About us City Sightseeing Glasgow
  6. ^ Glasgow Citybus buys Morrow business Bus & Coach Professional 28 March 2012
  7. ^ "Glasgow Citybus" Buses issue 727 October 2015 page 83
  8. ^ Glasgow Citybus Fleetlist Glasgow Buses

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