City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Can you catch the East Lothian dragons?

Edinburgh based theatre company Vision Mechanics has a history of creating impressive, other worldly performances in a fusion of aerial artistry, dance, shadow, sound and light.

New Edinburgh Trams Branding Revealed

Transport for Edinburgh, the organisation that runs public transport in the capital, showed off its new

Free Buses Return For Hogmanay Revellers in 2014

Lorraine Martin from Diageo and Sarah Boyd from Lothian Buses announce free buses at Hogmanay

Many Hogmanay revellers will be able to start 2014 with a free bus ride home or back to their Edinburgh accommodation.

Edinburgh Trams - Council to Pay for Concessionary Travel

Transport Convenor, Lesley Hinds, has announced that the City Council will pay for the extension of the concessionary travel scheme to all those who wish to travel on the light railway "tram&q

Road Closures Over 2012/13 Hogmanay

Edinburgh City Council is warning people that a number of roads will be subject to closures and parking restrictions over the next few days.

Edinburgh Bustracker Revamped

Bustracker sign

Edinburgh City Council has updated its Bustracker utility for planning trips by bus.

Bus Station To Stay Open During Tramworks

Bus station entrance St Andrew Square

Edinburgh's bus station at St Andrew Square will now stay open during the next phase of the tram works on York Place and buses will have access all the way along Princ

York Place to Close For Major Tram Works

Bus station entrance St Andrew Square

Princes Street, west of Waverley Bridge, including the Mound, is set to re-open to buses, cycles and taxis by the end of the month.

Council Waives Thousands of Bus Lane Fines

Thousands of fines for drivers caught on camera driving in the bus lane on a busy Edinburgh road are to be waived or refunded, the Council announced today.

Drivers Face Fines For Using Bus Lanes

Bus lane on Lothian Road

Drivers in Edinburgh face fines of up to £60 from today (23 April) if caught using bus lanes. The Scottish Government decriminalised bus lane enforcement this February, which granted the City of Edinburgh Council the power to fine drivers who use them during operational hours.