• May 1, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Q1 What does this sign mean?
    Sign One
    a) Keep in one lane
    b) Give way to oncoming traffic
    c) No overtaking
    d) Form two lanes

    Q2 What is the national speed limit for cars and motorcycles on a dual carriageway?
    a) 50 mph
    b) 60 mph
    c) 70 mph
    d) 80 mph

    Q3 What does this sign mean?
    Sign Two
    a) Roundabout
    b) Waiting restrictions apply
    c) No stopping (Clearway)
    d) No Entry

    Q4 Which of these crossings can a cyclist use while still riding?
    a) Pelican
    b) Equestrian
    c) Puffin
    d) Toucan

    Q5 What does this sign mean?
    Sign Three
    a) Dual carriageway ends
    b) Tall bridge
    c) Road narrows
    d) End of narrow bridge

    Q6 Who can be helped by school crossing patrol officers?
    a) Anyone who wants to cross
    b) Cyclists and children only
    c) Children under 14 only
    d) Adults with young children

    Q7 What does this sign mean?
    Sign Three
    a) No overtaking
    b) No motor vehicles
    c) Clearway (no stopping)
    d) Cars and motorcycles only

    Q8 A single carriageway has this sign. What is the maximum permitted speed for a car?
    Sign Four
    a) 30 mph
    b) 40 mph
    c) 60 mph
    d) 70mph

    How did you do?
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    Q1 The correct answer was c )
    Do not overtake
    Page 106 of The Official Highway Code

    Q2 The correct answer was c )
    70 mph
    Page 40 of The Official Highway Code

    Q3 The correct answer was c )
    No stopping (clearway)
    Page 107 of The Official Highway Code

    Q4 The correct answer was d )
    Toucan
    Page 26 of The Official Highway Code

    Q5 The correct answer was a )
    End of dual carriageway
    Page 108 of The Official Highway Code

    Q6 The correct answer was a )
    Anyone who wants to cross
    Page 6 of The Official Highway Code

    Q7 The correct answer was b )
    No motor vehicles
    Page 106 of The Official Highway Code

    Q8 The correct answer was c )
    60 mph
    Page 40 and 106 of The Official Highway Code

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  • May 1, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Due to crane working on the road where services 4 and 9 turn around at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, these services will be curtailed from first bus until midday on Saturday 5th May to terminate at the Ambulance Station lay-by, there by not serving the New Wing stops.

  • April 28, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Fairford Air Show

    Sunday 8th July 2012

    Members £20

    Guests £34

    Members Children go  Free When accompanied by Paying adult

    Coach will leave yard 0700

    Closing Date is 18th June

    All payment is due when booking

     

    Drayton Manor Park

    Sunday 29th July 2012

    departs 0830

    members Adults £15

    members children Free

    Bournemouth

    Sunday 19th August

    departs 0800

    members Free

    Guests £20

    Closing date August 6th 2012

    Pantomine

    Sunday 9th Dec

    Peter Pan

    at Waterside theatre Aylesbury

    Adults £8-00

    Members Children Free

    Closing date 17th Sept 2012

    Payment is required on Booking

     

  • April 27, 2012 /  Uncategorized

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    Staff notice

     

    Please note

    New Monday – Friday Duties will also be introduced as well from June  10th 2012

  • April 27, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Exiting Sir Henry Floyd School

     

    All Arriva  buses must turn left

     

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  • April 27, 2012 /  Uncategorized

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  • April 25, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    On Friday 27 April between 09:00 & 15:00, Cotswold Green in Calvert Green village will be closed for road repairs.

    Buses on service 16 between those hours should use the main roads and not divert through the village.

    Drivers should stop in the vicinity of the junction with Cotswold Green where practicable to do so, to allow passengers to board and alight if required.

  • April 25, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    On Sunday 6th May and PH Monday 7th May, Leighton Buzzard High Street will be closed for the annual May Fayre

    Buses on service 150 should use West Street in both directions, observing temporary stops placed in West Street

  • April 25, 2012 /  Uncategorized

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  • April 20, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Due to re-surfacing work the two service 16 journeys daily that serve Westcott Village will be unable to do so from Monday 30 April until Thursday 3 May as the road will be closed from 0900 until 1700.

    Drivers affected should wait for correct departure time on the bus stop lay-bys on the main A41.