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I really feel that FirstGlasgow are doing all they can to hide the existence of FirstCard. There’s nothing about it on the website and there is no way of knowing which shops stock it, which means a confusing trawl around local shops at the weekend. I resorted to Twitter and… Continue reading…
via email. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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hello, I caught the bus for the first time in ages today (I usually use the train or subway) and was shocked to find that if you go over the 5 stops rule you have to pay to go to the end of the line (£1.85). I was only travelling… Continue reading…
Helen. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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The price of bus travel is shocking. I live in the West End and it is cheaper for me to use either the train or the underground than it is the bus (both of which are quicker, cleaner and more comfortable). I find, when I have time, I would rather… Continue reading…
Diane Jardine. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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Just a quick response to the letter in the ET by the First Glasgow MD. Its symptomatic of First in Glasgow that they are quoting headline figures that undoubtedly cover or fudge a multitude of sins. This is the PR led approach I feel they have taken any time i… Continue reading…
Jack Worcester. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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Price is the main problem with Glasgow buses. It costs £4.50 for a day ticket from my house into town. My wife’s employer gets her discounted car parking – £3 to park all day in the city centre, so it’s actually cheaper to drive! Hard to see how to get… Continue reading…
David McDonald. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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First have managed to go from having a terrible service from the East to West of Glasgow to having none at all. In addition to no service, they also have no joined up transfer ticket. So from home to work – less than 4 miles – would now cost £3.80… Continue reading…
Cath. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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At a Public Inquiry held Traffic Commissioner on 24th June SPT refused to answer questions on their actions leading up to “termination weekend” in November 2012 when they switched their funding from MacEwans to Stagecoach. During the morning session they repeatedly refused to answer questions about why the change of… Continue reading…
Janet Moxley. At a South Scotland bus stop.
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I live in Garrowhill and work at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. The 213 service was replaced with the 38E under simplicity. At first the new service was okay, but now the 38E is very rarely on time , and Firstbus have reverted to their old practice of using older less reliable… Continue reading…
James Sheppard. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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Some information for those who think that London’s buses are wonderful and are arranged through some sort of “franchise arrangement” where operators, get good, average and poorly used routes to operate. This is most definitely NOT the case. Each and every bus route is the subject of a separate contract… Continue reading…
WeeSecret. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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A bus company that doesnt hike the price up to ridiculous levels when their rival (mcColls) stops operating. We use the train now! Bowling-Clydebank… Continue reading…
Rainey. At a Glasgow bus stop.
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