Bus service update

http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk

Reviewed bus services progress as new

timetable specifications are issued for tender

Following a process of community engagement and discussion

through a Working Group, several bus services under review are

now at the penultimate stage of the process where new timetables

have been designed and issued for tender.

The following bus services are currently out for tender:

46A (Huntingdon – Sawtry – Hampton)

400 (Spaldwick – Huntingdon)

401 (Leighton Bromswold/Easton – Huntingdon) – new service

replacing the existing 401-409 services which will be withdrawn.

415 (Upwood – Peterborough)

63/64 (St Neots Town Service)

65 (Offords to St Neots)

150 (Tilbrook – Kimbolton – St Neots)

75/475 (Ernulf Academy Eaton Socon Eaton Ford)

The tender process takes approximately 4 months and final

timetables will be dependent on the costs of bids returned. Further

information will be available around April 2015. All existing

services will remain in place until a new service commences as

an alternative.

Check out the Community’ page on Cambridgeshire County Councils website

at http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/cft. The new timetables will be

advertised locally prior to when the new service is due to start.

Contact the team: email: cft@cambridgeshire.gov.uk; tel: 0345 045 0675

The timetables for these services have had changes made so

please check out the proposed new timetables on the ‘Working with

the Community’ page on Cambridgeshire County Councils website

at http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/cft. The new timetables will be

advertised locally prior to when the new service is due to start.

Contact the team: email: cft@cambridgeshire.gov.uk; tel: 0345 045 0675

 

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