New Saddleworth service to make up for lost Denshaw connections;
Changes to 237 night bus journey.
In The Waste Land, T.S. Eliot said that April was the cruellest month. With bus service changes this remains the same throughout Greater Manchester. Amid the 33 services that have been affected by the post-Easter changes, Bolton, Wigan, and South Manchester passengers have been at the sharpest end. This time, Tameside based bus passengers have come off lightly with this spring’s changes being nothing on those made in April 2015. Continue reading “Tameside and Glossop Bus Service Changes, Spring 2018”→
East of the M60‘s review of the year from a public transport angle
If 2016 was eventful, 2017 was even more eventful to the power of five. Testing our city region’s bus operators, rail franchisees, and the Metrolink was the terror attack at Manchester Arena. Greater Manchester also gained a newly elected mayor, and powers to reregulate its own buses. Also a new stretch of railway line. Continue reading “2017, In the Company of Buses”→