BUS passengers in Renfrewshire are set to be hit by a new blow after it was revealed another service is to be cancelled. 

McGill's bosses have informed transport chiefs of their decision to terminate the 907 service in March. 

The route, which goes from Dunoon to Glasgow, is another link to the city for passengers in Paisley and Renfrew. 

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Ralph Roberts, McGill's managing director, said: “It is with regret, that the last day of McGill’s service 907 is Saturday, March 2.

"We are extremely disappointed, but unfortunately, the route has been loss making for some time. As a commercial business, we must balance the books in order to safeguard jobs.”

The blow is just the latest for passengers in the area with McGill's currently deciding on the fate of the 23 and X23 services - which serve Erskine, Inchinnan, and Renfrew to and from Glasgow. 

After a fiery public meeting last week, bus bosses are to bring forward proposals for the route at another event on Thursday. 

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McGill's is also considering the closure of their Barrhead depot and ending head office operations at their Inchinnan base.

Thursday's public meeting takes place at the Normandy Hotel, Renfrew, from 7pm, with a drop in session being held from Midday until around 6.45pm. 

All are welcome.