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Bus Worker Support Day - Tuesday 5th May

04 May 2020

Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire (MCSL) are supporting the CPT (The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK) with it's latest campaign taking place on Tuesday 5th May - Bus Worker Support Day.


Bus Workers Day WebThe campaign will be highlighting everyone in the bus and coach industry for the work they’re doing during the Covid-19 outbreak to keep key services running and supplies moving.

We'll be sharing stories of support and messages of thanks on our Twitter page on the day (@StagecoachMCSL). Why not share your stories of bus workers going above and beyond via our twitter page or email them to [email protected]


In addition to this, our staff will be wearing fancy dress on Tuesday 5th to highlight the campaign and hopefully raise a smile during this difficult time.

Matt Davies, managing director, Stagecoach Merseyside, Cheshire and South Lancashire, said: "We are proud to be providing a vital service during what is undoubtedly a national emergency and all of the team at Stagecoach Merseyside and South Lancashire including our frontline employees are delighted to take part in the celebration of our bus workers. 

Bus services are crucial at the best of times but right now they are more important than ever. It has been inspiring to see some of the gifts our drivers have received from other keyworkers who rely on our services to get them to work and from those who rely on the bus to access essential supplies. While our passengers might often only see our drivers there are a great many bus workers behind the scenes including engineers, cleaners, administrators, supervisors and managers who are all playing their part in keeping our wheels turning".