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New bus cuts from 13th October

New bus cuts from 13th October

First Group have announced a range of changes and cuts to their services, including stopping the 38 bus service on Sundays, supposedly due to the lack of customers using the service. A First Group spokesman said: “We are making a number of changes to services from 13...

First Buses up for sale

First Buses up for sale

The future of Worcester's buses is now uncertain after the parent owners of First Buses put it up for sale. First Group announced it would be "pursuing strategic options, through a sale or other means" to offload the bus part of its business in a statement on...

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Newtown Road in Worcester closed one way for three days | Worcester News

Delay’s and a diversion in place, that will also disrupt the number 38 bus ⁦@worcesterbus⁩ 👇 https://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/18533446.newtown-road-worcester-closed-one-way-three-days/

"If we are to build back better from this global pandemic we need a green recovery with public transport at its heart" says our CEO Claire Haigh in her blog today https://bit.ly/3hAMW18

Very important news here for all public transport users. @worcesterbus #COVIDー19


Concessionary bus pass rules are reinstated, we were hoping they would be permanently chucked. 😢👇


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1 month ago

Daniel Thompson

The last two days I've been on a few buses, and it occurs to me that First must have told their drivers not to bother enforcing the use of masks, or to ensure widows are all open. Just imagine how well enforcement will work in pubs if this is anything to go by! ...

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2 months ago

Daniel Thompson

Saw this and though not our region, it seems appropriate to share.

m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2982812698470194&id=205684076183084We’ve had lots of questions about exemptions to the mandatory wearing of face masks on buses in England from Monday. The Government has provided more details, which we are publishing here.

1. Breathing difficulties and other respiratory conditions
2. Conditions effecting dexterity, meaning someone is not able to put on a face covering
3. Mental health conditions such as anxiety or panic disorders
4. Other non-visible disabilities such as autism
5. Cognitive impairments, including dementia, which means someone may not understand or remember the need to wear a face covering
6. Visual impairments, with a restricted field of vision, particularly if any residual vision is at the lower edge of the normal field of view
7. Impairments which would make it difficult to put on or take off a face covering safely, accurately, consistently or without pain
8. Children under 11, or children on dedicated school transport services
9. Those who rely on lip reading, including carers who are travelling with someone for whom a face covering will inhibit communication

The above list of exemptions is not exhaustive and would extend to someone who has a justifiable reason for not wearing one on the grounds of health or disability not outlined above.

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