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Stanwell Moor gets new bus service

Residents in Stanwell Moor are to gain a new bus service which will make it easier to get to local hospitals, shops and the airport for work, Surrey County Council has announced. Passengers will be able to use the 446 bus to reach Ashford and St Peter’s hospitals and St. David’s Medical Centre in Stanwell … Continue reading

Chelsea footballers help to launch community bus service

Chelsea’s Premier League stars of the future have launched one of Surrey’s first community bus services. England youth internationals Jacob Maddox and Martell Taylor-Crossdale, and Swiss youth international Miro Muheim were on hand to unveil the Chatterbus, which will run daily between Cobham and Weybridge. Most of the funding to run the bus was provided by … Continue reading

Time running out to support Surrey’s inclusion in Crossrail 2

There are just two weeks left for people to support Surrey’s inclusion in Crossrail 2, which could have benefits across the South East. Mayor of London Boris Johnson is consulting on the new cross London rail line, which could increase capacity on the South West Main Line by up to 40% at peak times. There … Continue reading

Two weeks left to help shape bus routes

People have just under two weeks left to help shape the way bus services are run in Surrey. The county council has been consulting on the third and final phase of a bus review, which aims to ensure services are run where they are needed most while saving millions of pounds on spiralling subsidy costs. … Continue reading

Mobile service for Surrey buses a success

New technology has proved a success in helping to make rushing for a bus in Surrey a thing of the past. More than 1,000 passengers a month are using Surrey County Council’s mobile phone web service to check bus times.* Latest figures for this year show the service has been used an average of 1,038 … Continue reading

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