Wouldn't it make sense if, instead of buses running while "not in service", passengers were picked up?
Years ago, before bus services were privatised, if a bus was running to a garage, and provided the bus was on its usual route, passengers would be picked up.
I am no financial genius but as far as I am concerned an empty bus uses as much fuel as a full bus.
GLAD to see that ex-Woolworth employees are finally getting their money.
It is a pity that the Government has to pay it. Deloite, the administrators, took millions from Woolies, so why didn't they contribute?
They should be made to pay the interest or the tax/insurance that the ex-workers will be due.
Once again the people responsible get off.
I am surprised the Government doesn't do something about it, that way they would get something back.
WE should lay off Glasgow City Council and let them build for the future while creating new jobs with the expansion of the Buchanan Centre.
During the current expansion phase, the council has demolished some of the ugliest buildings in Buchanan Street.
Do the critics really wish to stagnate in the past, rather than support the planned progress and modernisation of the city?
We surely wish to retain our reputation as, 'the best shopping & socialising city in the UK' outside of London.
If we don't move ahead, cities down south will overtake and steal our thunder.
The council is doing its best for the city, and if they also proceed with the modernisation of Clyde Street, as planned, then they will at last be breathing fresh life into what was once a very fine street.
Let us never forget our grand old city's motto, "Let Glasgow Flourish."
A proud Glaswegian