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Exciting new employee perk

NAC Employee Perks now include an exclusive 10% travel discount on all 1, 7, 28 day and Flexi bus tickets when traveling by bus with Stagecoach West Scotland.

Buying your discounted tickets is simple, follow the instructions on the Employee Perks website Staff Benefits – NAC Staff News ( and your employee discount will automatically be applied to your tickets. There’s no need to worry about remembering a code or having your employee ID with you during travel.

With the Stagecoach Bus App, you can plan your journey, find your nearest bus stop, track your bus, and buy your tickets.

Did you know that the average bus journey to and from work each day saves 1,226g* of CO2 per journey compared to driving your car?

*based on a single bus journey from Ayr to Irvine.

Fiona Doherty, Managing Director, Stagecoach West Scotland, said: “Buses continue to play a vital role in the economy and supporting our local communities and are key to supporting the delivery the Scottish Government’s environmental targets and ambitions.

“We’re proud to be able to provide North Ayrshire Council employees a 10% discount via our Stagecoach Solutions initiative. Providing more flexible tickets via our simple-to-use app we hope this will encourage even more people to give bus a try.”

What tickets will be available?

You will be able to purchase DayRider, 7 day MegaRider, 28 day MegaRider, Group DayRider, Flexi5 and Flexi 10 tickets across the Stagecoach West Scotland network.
You will also be able to purchase our West Scotland Connect Annual ticket.

For more information and to sign up to this excellent offer log in to Staff Benefits – NAC Staff News (, click on the ‘My Discounts’ tab and then ‘North Ayrshire Offers’.

Fiona Walker, Head of Service (Head of Service (People & ICT) commented: “We are delighted to work in partnership with Stagecoach on the new exclusive travel discount for North Ayrshire Council staff.

“I would encourage colleagues to seriously consider this new incentive and leave their car at home. As more of us consider commuting using public transport, the less amount of greenhouse emissions will enter the atmosphere, so it’s a great way of us being more carbon conscious and doing our part to help the Council become a net zero local authority by 2030.”

“The Council understands that many colleagues may currently be impacted by rising fuel and energy costs due to the Cost-of-Living crisis, so this is just one way that we can help everyone to reduce their travel costs.”

Fiona Walker, Head of Service (People & ICT)

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