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National lockdown restrictions are in place across England until 2 December but bus services are running as normal. You should only travel for work, education or other permitted reasons. 

In South Wales, all of our timetables will go back to what we were running before the 'firebreak' lockdown. There will also be some timetable changes to a number of Aberdare services to improve connectivity. 

The new tier system is in operation across Scotland, but if you need to travel, make sure you're up-to-date with what's happening in your area by checking the local government guidance.

We've put in place measures to allow you to travel safely including limiting available seats on buses and enhanced cleaning. Unless you’re exempt, you must wear a face covering throughout your journey. Please avoid busy times, use contactless payment where you can, keep your distance and take your litter with you. Stay up to date on our Coronavirus page.

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Stagecoach Manchester and Prevent Breast Cancer Break Guinness World Records™ Title

27 Sep 2016

Stagecoach Manchester and Prevent Breast Cancer have set a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the World’s biggest tutu to raise awareness of the charity’s ‘Take on the Tutu’ campaign.
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Stagecoach Manchester Delivers Mobile Ticketing Through New Smartphone App

22 Sep 2016

Stagecoach Manchester has launched a new app which will deliver mobile ticketing and improved journey information for bus passengers.
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Passengers get Musical Surprise on New Bus Launch

19 Sep 2016

Stagecoach Manchester passengers were pleasantly surprised today as a musical flash mob provided lively and unexpected entertainment for people travelling on the new 24 service.
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Tameside School Goes on an Ogre Hunt to Win Poetry Competition

14 Sep 2016

Tameside’s Corrie Primary School made a special visit to meet popular children’s author Michael Rosen, after winning a competition open to hundreds of Greater Manchester’s primary schools.