Trentbarton announces bus service boost in Notts and Derbyshire
The East Midlands bus company is further boosting its services from Sunday (June 14) as lockdown restrictions continue to be relaxed.
The bus company is promising to be there when customers need to travel, as more people return to work and other activities.
The changes from Sunday onwards include:
Black cat is coming back, with a two hourly service Monday to Saturday
The calverton increasing to every 30 minutes, Monday to Saturday
The cotgrave running every 20 minutes, Monday to Saturday
The keyworth increasing to every 30 minutes, Monday to Saturday
The sixes increasing to every 30 minutes Derby-Belper, hourly 6.1 to Bakewell and to Belper estates and Ripley, Monday to Saturday
The two increasing to every 15 minutes, Monday to Saturday
Skylink Derby and skylink Nottingham increasing to every 20 minutes, Monday to Saturday, and every 30 minutes on Sundays
Jeff Counsell, managing director at Trentbarton, said: “As more people start travelling with us on our Covid-secure services, we’re putting in extra capacity to enablecustomers to travel safely.
“To follow the Government’s new rules, customers will need to wear a face covering on buses from Sunday, which we had been recommending since early May. We’d like to thank all our customers for playing their part in keeping everyone safe.”
On its website at trentbarton.co.uk/coronavirus there is a series of questions and answers about how to travel, the latest timetable information and a guide to making a mask: trentbarton.co.uk/userfiles/coronavirus/make_a_mask.pdf