Find out and keep up to date with public transport information and report any issues with local buses, bus stops and shelters
This survey provides input into two reviews we are undertaking. We are starting work on a new strategy for our supported services, seeking to develop a vision for an effective and efficient supported bus network.
Information regarding the ending of West Lothian Council Rail Concession Scheme.
Following recent proposed changes to local bus services in West Lothian, the council have received a large number of enquiries. This page aims to help answer some of the frequently asked questions.
The council only subsidises 20% of the local bus network, the remaining 80% is provided commercially by local bus operators and therefore the council has no authority or say over the operation or timetabling. The council seeks to have a frequent and reliable bus service for passengers however we have no control or ability to change commercial operations.
Report an issue with bus stops and shelters in West Lothian.
A number of Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) schemes known as Taxibus Services operate in West Lothian
The Public Transport Team are responsible for the siting, erection and maintenance of all bus stops and shelters, including any publicity items on display throughout West Lothian.
A new bus service to help Broxburn and Uphall residents reach the town centre is set to launch.