• April 20, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Princes Risborough High Street will be closed, forcing service 300 to operate direct via New Road, observing the diversionary bus stops sited along that road, as follows:-

    Sunday 22nd April: The 1405 ex Aylesbury and the 1405 ex High Wycombe only will need to divert due to a St.Georges Day parade

    Sunday 29th April: water pipe connections works will require buses to diver for the entire day as no times have been specified

  • April 16, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Star

    16 promo - April 2012

  • April 13, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Due to the closure of Old Stoke Road, Aylesbury, on Tuesday and Wednesday, 17/18 April between 0930 and 1600, service 4 will be unable to serve the section of route between the Town Centre andChurch Square.

    Buses departing Stoke Mandeville Hospital between 0930 and 1533 should divert via service 9 to Friarage Road and continue along that road to the roundabout with Exchange Street and Walton Street and then ahead into Exchange Street and normal route [i.e. not use Bus Station], except for the 1533 departure from SMH which should follow service 9 and use Great Western Street and normal route.

    Buses from the Coppice 0914 until 1513 should use service 9 route from Bus Station to the Hospital. 

  • April 12, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Due to a Network Rail inspection of the railway bridge, Frogmoor in High Wycombe Town Centre will be closed from first bus until 16:30 in the afternoon.

    During this time service 300 will be unable to serve the bus stops in Frogmoor and Oxford Street in both directions and should operate via Arch Way.

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  • April 12, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Transform Oxford

    Our plans to transform the transport and pedestrian experience in Oxford city centre.

    Transform Oxford was launched in Autumn 2008 to transform the pedestrian experience in Oxford city centre. We want to achieve the standard of pedestrian experience that the city deserves, whilst maintaining good, safe access for everyone to great shopping and public spaces with improvements in air quality.

    Frideswide Square

    On 13 March 2012, our Cabinet approved a plan to transform Frideswide Square – one of Oxfordshire’s most important road junctions and public spaces. The aim is to create a square that can better handle the tens of thousands of journeys that use it every day, with traffic flowing slowly but steadily – creating a safe, efficient and attractive environment for all road users.

    The scheme is a key part of the regeneration of Oxford’s West End. Together with improvements to the railway station (which has experienced 50 per cent passenger growth since 2003) expected over the next few years, it will create a high quality, welcoming gateway for Oxford.

    The improvements will also help to pave the way for future growth across the West End of Oxford, boosting the Oxfordshire economy.

    The design

    In March 2011, the council approved a design approach for Frideswide Square with no traffic signals and including compact roundabouts. Two options based on roundabouts (the ‘Oval’ and ‘Boulevard’) were approved.

    Further planning, design and consultation on the two options was completed during 2011 and early 2012. In March 2012, officers reported this further work to the council’s Cabinet and recommended that the Boulevard option should be pursued.

    Boulevard design

    Boulevard design (click image to see a larger version)

    The Cabinet agreed this recommendation on 13 March. The Boulevard was supported by local organisations and the council believes this option will better help businesses occupying the square, will be more deliverable because the work would not involve land beyond the highway boundary, and will be more flexible to future developments in the area.

    Detailed design work on the scheme will be completed during 2012, with a target construction start date early in 2013.

  • April 12, 2012 /  Uncategorized

     

    27 April 12  DTM - MK

  • April 10, 2012 /  Uncategorized

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    A reminder to customers and staff

    When planning you day out ..Why not consider going by Bus

    Group Explorer

    Its only

     

     £12-50 for

    up to four persons

     

     

    Buy off the driver at your point of boarding

    Hope to see you Soon

     

  • April 10, 2012 /  Uncategorized

    Another Benefit is available

    If you have trouble reading this article its is also displayed in the drivers room at the Depot

     

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  • April 10, 2012 /  Uncategorized

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    Well done …Just goes to prove Aylesbury drivers  are some of the best in the Shires

    We have always know it … Thou