Scots motorists are ditching their cars to travel by citylink gold’s luxury express coach service, new research has revealed.
The service operates six services a day on two routes linking Glasgow with Aberdeen and Inverness, attracting more than 130,000 passengers in just 12 months.
And the latest Scottish Citylink research found more than a third of these used to travel by car, while another 31% had previously gone by rail.
The survey also revealed 94% of all customers said Citylink Gold offered value for money, while nine out of 10 were ‘satisfied’ or ‘very satisfied’ with its punctuality.
Scottish Citylink Managing Director Bob Montgomery said:
Citylink Gold has really taken off and has been particularly popular with commuters and business travellers, who love the fast journey times, at-seat refreshments and competitive fares
Instead of the stress and rising cost of going by car, people are being attracted by the convenient, stress-free journey and free wi-fi, which means they can relax or can catch up on work on the coach.
You can buy tickets for Citylink Golds' services via megabus.com website.