Greenock-based McGill’s Bus Group triumphed at the Scottish Transport Awards in Glasgow
The company — owned by brothers Sandy and James Easdale — has been named Public Transport Operator of the Year.
Chief executive Ralph Roberts said: “The whole team at McGill’s is thrilled to have their hard work recognized. We have the best team in Scotland.
“McGill’s is at the forefront of the transport decarbonisation revolution and with the continued financial support of James and Sandy Easdale we plan to continue this journey.
“Another 41 zero-emission buses will be delivered in February 2023 as part of a £20 million project to further decarbonise the fleet.
“As buses only produce four per cent of transport emissions, we desperately need local authorities to follow suit and start the decarbonisation journey by prioritising clean public transport in line with their declared transport hierarchy.”