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Seabus take on main routes served by yellow buses

Seabus will take over Yellow bus routes 1/1b, 1a, 2, 4, 5/5a, 6/6a and 737.

Control director of Seabus Andrew Wickham also announced yellow buses drivers who worried about their job, can apply for a new one with increased pay.

Tickets purchased by passengers on Yellow buses will also be valid on Morebus buses until Saturday 13 August.

Read more: All routes operated by yellow buses stop from tomorrow evening.

Seabus will take on yellow buses main itineraries from saturday

Mr Wickham said Morebus was “sad” to learn that fellow bus operator Yellow Buses will stop operations. trading from Thursday evening, after the administrators were brought in on Friday, July 29

He added: “I can calm the locals people and visitors area that Morebus is now ready step ink ensure bus users can still get where they are need go.

“We have moved additional vehicles to area, in in order to provide the required service – including 15 brands new Euro 6, low emissions, buses invested in by Morebus and Bournemouth University. in.

“They were brought forward of schedule and ready for road – so that our current fleet can be used to fill gaps left on yellow buses.

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“For the yellow buses drivers who are concerned about their career, I am pleased to announce that Morebus is expanding its rate of pay from this coming Sunday, up to £13.00 per hour. As well as, for limited period, we will continue to offer our £2000 admission bonus for anyone who joins with PCV license.

“These benefits are not limited to yellow buses. drivers – but applies to any drivers who wish to join our team. Per anyone who not already to be licensed is not problem we can provide full preparation. We also there are vacancies for shunters / depot cleaners, engineers and customer service assistants.

“Initially, we introduce a temporary, emergency, schedule – in order to save people moving and to ensure no spaces in bus service along the river. area. However, we plan to improve the level of service as soon how can we.”

From Saturday, August 6, Morebus will be run the following services:

Routes 1/1b – Bournemouth to Christchurch, Two Riversmith via Boscombe, Fisherman’s Walk, Southbourne (1) to Cranley Road, (1b) to Tacton up every 30 minutes each. General sections of routes will be every 15 minutes. Westbourne, Branksome & Poole sections will not work, but ours more m1/m2 bus routes serve these areas up every seven minutes.

Route 1a – Bournemouth to Somerford via Boscombe, Iford, Barrack Road and Christchurch up up to every 15 minutes. The section that used to go to Highcliff and New Milton will not be operational, but customers can use existing Morebus X1/X2 routes.

Route 2 – from Bournemouth to Castlepoint via Station, Springbourne, Boscombe, Eaford, Bournemouth Royal Hospital and Townsend Manor (does not serve Townsend Manor). in evening) up to every 30 minutes. Section that used to serve past Castlepoint to Moordown, Kinson & Bearwood will not operate, but customers may use Morebus route 14 between Bournemouth Royal Hospital, Castlepoint and Kinson instead. Route 6a will connect Kinson and Bearwood.

Route 4 – from Bournemouth to Castlepoint via Station, Winton, Moordown and Muscliff up to every 30 minutes. This route will then be continued as route 2, so those in need of Bournemouth and Iford Royal Hospital can stay. on the same bus. However, this will not continue in Christchurch.

Route 5/5a – Bournemouth to Kinson via Station, Charminster, Winton, Ansbury Park, East Howe (5) to Cunningham Crescent, Columbia Road (5a) to McLean Road and Moore Avenue. Will run up every 30 minutes on every route and every 15 minutes on in common sections.

Route 6/6a – Bournemouth to Kinson via Station, Winton, University, Wallisdown, High Howe and Burwood up to every 30 minutes. Length from Kinson to Wimborne (6) and Bearwood (6a) up to every hour.

Route 737 – Bournemouth to Airport via Station, Winton, Moordown, Parley and Airpark. There will be two morning flights to the airport and three afternoon flights back.

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