Glasgow Citybus

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Parent West Coast Motors
Founded November 1999
Headquarters Scotstoun
Service area Dunbartonshire
Service type Bus services
Routes 10
Fleet 48 (August 2013)
Chief executive Colin Craig

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


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]


As at August 2013 the fleet consisted of 48 buses.[7]

See also[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 28 March 2012
  7. ^ Glasgow Citybus Fleetlist Glasgow Buses

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