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23 Nov 2014
Stagecoach has announced that it will be putting in place operational changes to improve the reliability on services 10, X30 and 31, following passenger feedback.
The bus company will be adding an extra bus into Saturday service for route 10 to ensure buses operate more to time at peak times between 10am and 5pm when they are at a 10 minute frequency. The changes will come into effect from 23rd November 2014 but will not alter the public timetable.
There will also be operational changes to improve the reliability on the X30 and 31 routes taking place from the same date.
Karen Coventry, Business Development Manager at Stagecoach commented, “We are always listening to our customers to find ways to improve the services we are offering. These particular changes will help improve reliability on key routes at peak times and should help our Wantage services while the roadworks at the Kennington and Hinksey Hill roundabout continue.”