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Cardiff Bus to reduce service from this weekend

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Cardiff Bus. Credit: Rhys Gregory / Wales247

Cardiff Bus customers are being alerted to service changes taking place across its network from this weekend.

The operator is set to alter services from Sunday January 17th with customers advised to only travel for essential reasons and check all timetables before they travel if their journey is necessary.

The decision to reduce services has come as a result of discussions between the Welsh Government and bus operators, to reflect the current and ongoing lockdown.

Timetable changes will affect all services apart from 65, 65A & H59 which will remain the same.

Unfortunately, services 12, 53, 66, 93, 95A, 95B, 100, X45 will not run until further notice.

Routes will remain the same apart from City circle services 1 & 2 which will travel along Ocean Way during morning and afternoon peak times to help key workers access workplaces.

Full information on service changes can be viewed on cardiffbus.com

Commercial Director Gareth Stevens said: “We are set to introduce a number of timetable changes which will affect customers across our network.

“We appreciate that any change could be an inconvenience, but we would like to reassure our customers that we have thoroughly assessed all services and have made this decision following extensive talks with the Welsh Government to reflect to the current and ongoing lockdown.

“We would encourage all our customers to check the revised timetable and route details before travelling, as they will be subject to change from January 17th.

“We also urge all customers to please follow the Welsh Government tier 4 lockdown regulations, only travel for essential reasons, and if you have to travel always wear a face covering for the duration of your journey unless you are exempt.”

“Please check our website, social media and app for all the latest travel news and information.”

Rhys Gregory
Editor of Wales247.co.uk

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