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21 Jan 2016
The operator has invested £5 million in twenty-six buses for the network. Some of them are entering service immediately with the rest to follow over the coming weeks. The majority of buses also feature free Wi-Fi, allowing customers to connect, share and play on the move.
To further enhance Stagecoach’s Park & Ride services a new timetable will come into operation from 1st February which will improve the overall reliability of the services. Copies will be available to pick up on the day.
The £5million investment comes just three months after Stagecoach South West announced its acquisition of certain assets of First Devon & Cornwall’s Plymouth operation. The acquisition has provided passengers with a number of benefits including more reliable timetables, earlier morning and later evening journeys and the introduction of new cross-city links.