People in the Eden Valley say their last bus service can't be allowed to stop in November.
The number 563 is run by a small company that says it can no longer afford to run the service.
A local MSP has hit out at proposals to axe a number of bus routes in the Scottish Borders.
John Lamont, MSP for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire, says he has requested a meeting with First Group, which is considering the cuts.
While these services may not be that well used, in a rural area like the Borders they are vital for some, including pensioners and those who don’t drive.
Instead of cutting services, I want bus operators and the Council to work together to ensure that we have a properly integrated transport system in the Borders which fits people’s needs.
First Group is considering cutting eleven routes fully, and reducing one other service, in order to focus its resources on other areas.Read the full story ›
Scottish Borders Council says it will be considering First Group's proposals to cut bus routes in the region.
First Scotland East informed the Council this week of its proposals as part of an overall review of its South East of Scotland operations. We will be considering these proposals during the four week consultation period First are required to undertake with the Council.
Anyone who wishes to make their views known on the proposals should contact First directly.
The Council will be consulting separately on its subsidised bus services later this summer.
Eleven bus routes in the Scottish Borders could be cut by the company First Group, which wants to "focus resources" on other areas.Read the full story ›
The South West of Scotland Transport Partnership has scaled back plans to cut a number of Sunday and evening services in Dumfries and Galloway. There had been a public campaign and petition against their proposed cuts.
The Partnership was considering the move because of a £315,000 reduction in council funding, however, revised plans to cut just over £200,000 worth of services have now been approved.
A decision on whether to cut all Sunday and some evening bus services in Dumfries and Galloway has been deferred for two weeks.Read the full story ›
A number of evening and Sunday bus services in Dumfries and Galloway are facing the axe, as part of the council's cost cutting measures.Read the full story ›
A bus route from Hawick to Kelso and Jedburgh may have been saved, but with some services cut.Read the full story ›
Cumbria County Council has teamed up with a private taxi firm to run Village Wheels - a twice weekly service from Rockcliffe into Carlisle - after it cancelled a full bus service.
Watch Kate Walby's report.