Edinburgh Bus Users’ Group (EBUG) looks out out for Edinburgh’s bus passengers and services. EBUG is a campaign which aims to provide a voice for bus users; it is committed to protecting and improving Edinburgh’s bus network for the benefit of bus users and potential users.
EBUG is concerned with bus services operating within the City of Edinburgh Council area and those which cross its boundary, and with city-wide rather than local issues. Edinburgh’s bus network is popular and is widely considered a model service by people within and outside Edinburgh. However it faces a number of issues, changes and challenges.
EBUG is committed to sustainable transport. It is user/supporter led, independent of any operator, local or national authority, political party or trade union.
Participation in EBUG is open to anyone with an interest on that basis. EBUG co-operates with other user-focused groups, such as Bus Users Scotland at a national level, and more local groups, as appropriate.
More about EBUG:
- EBUG committee members
- EBUG constitution and AGM papers
- EBUG on Twitter: @EdinburghBUG
- To become a member click here.
- To follow us on Twitter, go to @EdinburghBUG.
EBUG gratefully acknowledges funding from the Foundation for Integrated Transport.