One savvy passenger has been getting their moneys worth after it was revealed they used 334 bus services in Ayrshire in just 28 days.

Number crunchers at Stagecoach’s West Scotland HQ were left astounded when figures revealed that the passenger, whose identity they can’t reveal due to data protection regulations, travelled around 70 miles per day across North, South and East Ayrshire.

And the bus user certainly saved on bus fares as Stagecoach revealed that each trip would have cost the passenger just 28p.

Travelling between Kilmarnock, Ayr, Troon, Dundonald, Catrine and Irvine at all times throughout the day and even travelled 20 times in just one day.

A Stagecoach spokesperson said: “All of this travelling would have cost approx 28p per bus trip over seven days (based on 107 trips being made over the course of seven days) using our Ayrshire Megarider weekly ticket!

“Our customer travelled 334 times over 28 days covering approximately 70 bus miles per day, travelling between Dundonald, Catrine, Ayr, Irvine, Troon and Kilmarnock between the hours of 6am and 7pm on 30 individual bus ser vic es in August and September 2018. On one day alone this savvy customer used the bus 20 times!”