Archive for April, 2010

Further information regarding bus travel

Aylesbury bus changes   All services are subject to change without notice Updated Friday 30th April 1445 SATURDAY MAY 1st 2010 – Bus Services in Aylesbury Due to events taking place in Aylesbury, access to a number of roads in the Town Centre will be restricted at various times throughout the day affecting bus services. [...]

Bus Station will be closed on Saturday May 1st

  Where to catch your bus subject to change without notice

AVDC advice and information

Protests planned for Aylesbury town centre – Saturday 1 May Date Published: 29/04/10 Advice for town centre businesses and residents who live in the town, or who are planning to visit the town on the day English Defence League protesters are expected to arrive in Aylesbury from noon on Saturday, mainly by train and coach. [...]

Latest information from Thames valley police

  Courtesy of Thames valley police Road access restrictions due to 1 May protest – Aylesbury Thursday 29 April 2010, 12:18pm Due to the protest planned in Aylesbury town centre on Saturday, Thames Valley Police is putting in place a number of emergency road access restrictions. Supt Richard List, Aylesbury’s police commander, said: “Saturday will [...]

Route to the top

Sat May 1st 2010-Further road closures might be required

On police advice. Further road closures might be required on Saturday May 1st 2010 We will keep you posted on this website to any further developments


    Leighton Buzzard High Street will be closed for a May Fare on Sunday 2nd May and PH Monday 3rd May thus service 150 will run via West Street instead. Buses on service 150 on both days will serve temporary stops by the British legion in West Street instead of the High Street. Oxford [...]

Service changes from May 10th 2010

Latest information for Saturday May 1st

Eco-friendly driving

  Starting at Aylesbury depot Mid May 2010 Courtesy of Arriva PLC Eco-friendly driving gets green light to save fuel on Arriva buses Arriva learn Index Arriva has given the green light to fuel-saving technology which, together with changes in driving technique, will help cut exhaust emissions from its UK bus fleet. The company confirmed [...]

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