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First set for Aberdeen bus times inquiry

First Bus in Aberdeen
First said it could not comment until after the inquiry

Aberdeen transport company First is to be investigated amid claims services in the city are regularly late.

The Traffic Commissioner for Scotland is to hold an inquiry in April following complaints from community leaders in the city.

The claims especially focused on the number 23 route from Summerhill to Heathryfold since a timetable change two years ago.

First said it could not comment until after the inquiry.



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