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Cardiff and Glasgow say goodbye to the Megabus Gold service

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Cardiff and Glasgow say goodbye to the Megabus Gold service

Megabus on their website posted a statement about the Megabus Gold service S35; Due to low customer usage S35 Cardiff - Glasgow sleeper service, it is with regret will be withdrawing this service from 1st March 2015. The carrier would like to thank all customers and staff who have supported this service. Since the Megabus Gold coach service between Cardiff and Glasgow began in 2014 Magabus team has worked hard to grow passenger numbers. Unfortunately, in spite of the hard work and commitment of all of the staff involved they have not been able to reach a p...

The big success of Stagecoach's luxury Citylink Gold

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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 sat...

Scotland travells first class. Citylink’s Gold service

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Last year Scottish Citylink launched a new luxury express coach service, between several Scottish cities. The „Gold’ service offers travellers the chance to enjoy a first class rail-style journey at economy prices. This offer is really very interesting and attractive - read the following text. Fast, state-of the art air-conditioned coaches match journey times by train, offer bargain fares from just £4*, as well as free wi-fi and at-seat refreshments. The Citylink Gold services link Glasgow-Aberdeen and Glasgow-Aviemore-Inverness with six services a day on each route....

Bus across the river ... without a bridge. Glasgow’s amphibious bus testing

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In Glasgow the tests are carried out with the amphibious bus, which is able to overcome a river. This will be the world's first such transport solution. Renfrew for 500 years has benefited from the ferry, which will however be closed as unprofitable. Renfrew (Rinn Friù in Scottish Gaelic) is a town located 6 miles (9.7 km) west of Glasgow in the west central Lowlands of Scotland, close to Glasgow’s airport.In its place is to be introduced an entirely new means of transportation, city bus, able to slide down the ramp into the water, cross the river, leave the other side...

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