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Stagecoach

Sheffield service changes Jan 2016

03 Feb 2016

Changes to Sheffield bus services based on analysis of real time data and including feedback from front line staff and customers are set to be introduced in February.

 

Timetable alterations are being made on a number of Stagecoach services from Sunday 7 February to improve punctuality and reliability.

 

 

On service 86, the timetable has been extensively revised to better coordinate with service 85. The 10.45pm Monday to Saturday journey from Lowedges to Parson Cross will continue to Chapeltown, Market Place arriving at 11.51pm.

 

Extra journeys are being added to service 1 around morning school times from Ecclesfield to High Green.

 

All SL2 services will call at the Malin Bridge Tram Stop, including those starting from Hillsborough.

 

Service 25 will be re-routed in Sheffield City Centre to operate via Commercial Street on journeys towards Bradway, stopping opposite the Fitzalan Square tram stop.

 

Stagecoach has already introduced extra double deckers on to service 88.

Paul Lynch, managing director, Stagecoach Yorkshire, said: “Feedback from our drivers and customers is always welcome and is at the heart of any changes we make to bus services.

 

“It is an ongoing process and we will continue to monitor the network to identify any other areas for improvement.”