The new app allows users to plan their journeys and find, book and pay for all modes of transport in one place using any iPhone or Android mobile device.
The publication of the new summer timetable will be particularly welcome in Fort William which will benefit from the introduction of four additional round trips between Glasgow and Fort William each day and a new direct link from Edinburgh and Perth to Fort William.
HITRANS has recently secured funding from the Lochaber Town Centre Fund and Transport Scotland to widen and surface the footpath behind the Ben Nevis Hotel, leading from the railway footbridge at Inverlochy to the retail area on the A82.
If the active travel trail is deemed to be feasible, the next project stage will be ‘Concept Design’, one of three design stages that need to be completed before the construction stage.
Councillor Allan Henderson believes there is potential to benefit from community involvement on the back of the strength of the community response through the Covid experience – growth in, and growth of, community anchor organisations with a will to shape and deliver change and services within their communities.