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08 Oct 2018
• 24 hour buses 6 days a week
• Frequent services, up to every 10 minutes between Guildford, Royal Surrey County Hospital and the University of Surrey, every 15 minutes between Stoughton and Guildford.
• Ultra-convenient smart phone tickets and contactless payment available
Stagecoach’s newest routes 1 and 2 are now operating 24 hours a day 6 days a week between Guildford, the University of Surrey, Royal Surrey County Hospital and Stoughton.
The N1 night bus will run hourly providing a safe way for customers to get home from an evening out as well as providing an alternative way of getting to work for those who do shifts in the area.
Keith Gait, Customer Service Director for Stagecoach South, said: “This is fantastic news for our customers in Guildford. The service will provide an hourly service Tuesday to Sunday early mornings during University term time. It’s a really safe way for the residents of Guildford to get home from a night out as well as providing a late night and early morning service for employees of local businesses and services in the area’.
Routes 1 and 2, available to everyone including commuters, shoppers and students of the University of Surrey provide a frequent 10 minute service between the town centre and the University Monday to Fridays, and a 15 minute service between Stoughton and Guildford. Both routes operate every 15 minutes on Saturdays and every 20 minutes during Sundays and Public Holidays, providing regular connections across town.
Buses on the routes carry a distinctive livery showcasing the partnership between the University of Surrey and Stagecoach, and come equipped with onboard USB charging points, free wifi and contactless payment technology.
Full timetable and ticket details can be viewed online at Stagecoachbus.com
Photo: Stagecoach Customer Service Director Keith Gait launches the service enhancements with the President and Vice Presidents of The University of Surrey Students Union.