First has reintroduced its £1 ‘3 Stop Hop’ ticket in Bristol following widespread public requests during the week of fare consultation events in Bristol last month.
An unlimited daily travel card is now available for bus passengers in Bath, Bristol and North Somerset.
Funding for the improvements was obtained from the Local Sustainable Transport Fund First buses on the X1 route, connecting Weston-super-Mare and Bristol have been upgraded with leather seats and free WiFi. The changes add to […]
Transport minister Norman Baker marked the completion of an upgrade to the bus network in Bristol on Thursday (March 15). The four-year £78.8m Greater Bristol Bus Network (GBBN) project involved the upgrade of 40 routes […]
Bristol is now part of the pteg (passenger transport executive group) network after the West of England Authorities joined the group together as an Associate Member. With Bristol and the West of England area on […]
Spiller & Powell Enterprises, which traded as coach operator Swindon Travel, has entered administration.
Bristol City Council intends to use the proposed Quality Partnership Scheme (QPS) to “put the power back in customers’ hands” and force bus operators to compensate passengers if services are late. Tim Kent, cabinet councillor […]
Tower offers views of city after restoration and repair work Visitors can once again climb up the historic narrow stairway of Bristol’s Cabot Tower after re-opening to the public in August. Cabot Tower offers views […]