A SENIOR figure in Scotland's bus industry has hit out at an attempt to gloss over an "outrageous" funding crisis affecting the Scottish Government's free travel scheme.
A SENIOR figure in Scotland's bus industry has hit out at an attempt to gloss over an \"outrageous\" funding crisis affecting the Scottish Government's free travel scheme.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON Transport Correspondent
Ralph Roberts, managing director of McGill's Bus Service, said the £10 million extra announced last week by ministers only went two-thirds of the way to covering the funding gap that emerged as demand outstripped this year's budget for the flagship scheme, which offers unlimited bus travel for disabled passengers and those over 60.
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