City of Edinburgh proposes reform for its public transport companies

Recommendations for the reform of Edinburgh’s Transport Arm’s Length External Organisations (ALEOs) would deliver a more efficient, better integrated public transport offering while retaining the identities of the Capital’s much-loved transport companies, according to a new report. Reform of Transport Arm’s Length External Organisations, to be considered by Transport and Environment Committee this week, proposes […]

First fully electric double decker buses start their journey in Edinburgh

The first fully electric double decker buses have arrived in Edinburgh thanks to major funding from SP Energy Networks working in partnership with Lothian buses The £1.7million project was funded as a flagship project of SP Energy Networks’ £20million Green Economy Fund to enable Edinburgh to take a major step in its journey towards the […]

Amey reduces Edinburgh’s carbon emissions

Amey’s Edinburgh Street Lighting team has announced it’s been working with the City of Edinburgh Council to upgrade more than 64,000 LED streetlights, which it says will save the local authority in excess of £54million over a 20 year period. It explains the upgrading and maintenance programme began in June 2018 and has involved more […]

City of Edinburgh launches ten-year mobility plan

A ten-year plan to deliver a better connected, net zero carbon transport system, a healthier environment and a thriving, inclusive Capital has been launched by the City of Edinburgh Council. The City Mobility Plan has been inspired by forward-thinking cities around the world embracing challenges posed by climate change, poverty and inequality. Subject to approval […]


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