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Coleraine residents to benefit from additional Translink Ulsterbus services

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Translink Ulsterbus in Coleraine are set to introduce additional town services from 1 February. The move comes following on-going engagement with passengers and local stakeholders in key communities within the area.

Sam Todd, Service Delivery Manager, Translink said:

“We regularly monitor our services and listen to our passengers and stakeholders to identify and consider new opportunities for growth.  On further review of our timetable schedules we will be increasing the frequency of some of our town service routes, 319a and 319c, to operate every 30 minutes during peak and selected off-peak times. We’re confident these changes will offer our customers more choice, flexibility and better access to the town centre.

“In addition, we would also remind Coleraine residents that the great value £2 day return promotional fare is still available on town services after 9.30 a.m. until the end of March.  We hope these latest developments along with our range of great value tickets will attract even more people to use the service,” Sam concluded.

Mayor of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Michelle Knight-McQuillan, added:

“This is good news for our residents of the borough, and I am pleased to see that the provision of public transport continues to develop for our area. The investment to increase our bus routes and the provision of offers will be very much welcomed in our communities. Any opportunity to support our residents and visitors to the area is extremely welcome.”

Full information on fares, timetable information and ticketing options can be found at www.translink.co.uk or call the contact centre on 028 90 66 66 30.

 

Photo Caption: Pictured at Coleraine Bus & Rail Station is Mayor of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Michelle Knight-McQuillan, and Sam Todd, Service Delivery Manager, Translink. Translink Ulsterbus in Coleraine are set to introduce additional town services from 1 February.

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