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12 Feb 2018
Severn Trent Water will begin 18 weeks of major works to refurbish water pipes in Newark from Monday 19 February 2018, which will limit access to the town centre for all traffic including buses.
Stagecoach East Midlands will be making some changes to Newark town services from 19 February 2018, which are designed to maintain convenient routes into town centre during the works and make using the bus the best choice for local journeys.
Free Shuttle Buses will run around the town centre every 15 minutes, Monday to Saturday, from 0630hrs until 1900hrs; the service is free to users because it is funded by Severn Trent and coordinated by Nottinghamshire County Council using buses provided by Stagecoach, Travel Wright and Marshalls.
The Shuttle Bus will run from Newark Bus Station via Lombard Street, London Road, Sherwood Avenue, Barnby Gate, Appleton Gate, Lincoln Street, North Gate, Bar Gate, The Wharf, Beastmarket Hill, Castle Gate, Lombard Street, back to Newark Bus Station.
Service 3 Buses will run a new, regular cross town route every 20 minutes all day, Monday to Saturday, between Balderton and Hawtonville, which will run via Lombard Street and Newark Bus Station.
Service 2 Buses will run every 30 minutes between the Lincoln Road Estates and temporary bus stops on The Wharf. Passengers may use the free shuttle bus to travel between The Wharf and Newark Bus Station.
Service 1 Buses will continue to run the current route and timetable every 30 minutes between Coddington and Bargate, which is adjacent to The Wharf. Passengers may use the free shuttle bus to travel between The Wharf and Newark Bus Station.
Out of Town Buses running Services 28/29 Newark Southwell Mansfield and Service 46 Newark Lincoln will continue to run the current timetable but buses will start and finish at The Wharf instead of Newark Bus Station. Passengers may use the free shuttle bus to travel between The Wharf and Newark Bus Station.