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01 Sep 2014
People living in Buckshaw Village will be able to get about more easily from September, following an announcement from Stagecoach that it will be increasing the frequency of its 109 service.
The 109 operates between Chorley and Preston via Buckshaw Village, Leyland, Lostock Hall and Walton Park.The service, which formerly ran twice an hour, will now run every 20 minutes, Monday to Saturday commencing Monday, September 1st.
Stagecoach will also be offering additional Peak trips to cover school/college and commuter journeys. The service will still run hourly on evenings and Sundays.
Elisabeth Tasker, Managing Director at Stagecoach, said: “This is a popular route for people living in the local area and we’re very pleased to be increasing the frequency of our Chorley to Preston service and connecting communities by helping people to get about more easily and efficiently.”