Thursday 9 April 2015

VOSA Changes 9/4/15

Another interesting crop of changes registered on the VOSA website in the last couple of weeks, with some of our local companies registering changes to their services. The VOSA site can be found here and a search conducted accordingly. I'll list the changes operator by operator.

Norfolk Green

Service 10/11:   Operating between Kings Lynn and Hunstanton to amend timetable commencing 23rd May 2015

Service 12:         New service operating between Kings Lynn and Dersingham via Sandringham           operating daily from 23rd May 2015

Swift Taxis

Service 5A :     New service between Mill Rd, Cobholm, Great Yarmouth and Great Yarmouth Market Gates operating Mon - Fri from 5th May 2015

*I presume this is to replace the section of the 63 withdrawn by Anglian and not covered by the new Konect 71 service


Service M11/M22  Operating between Bury St Edmunds Bus Station and Bury St Edmunds Bus Station, to amend tmetable from 1st June 2015.


Service 35: Operating between Kings Lynn Bus Station and Hunstanton, to amend timetable from 23rd May 2015

First Eastern Counties

I will surmise all of these rather than do them individuallly. There will be timetable amendments to the following routes, all commencing 24th May 2015;

X1 between Lowestoft/Yarmouth, and Yarmouth/Norwich
X2 between Lowestoft and Norwich
4    between Barrack Estate and Caister
8/8A/8B between Caister and JPH
99  between Lowestoft and Kessingland (can't wait to see that one!)
103 between Lowestoft and Lowestoft
111 between Lowestoft and Carlton Colville EATM
School services 807/8/9 and 882

Summer service 3 is having a route and timetable change and will now operate between Newport (caravan park) and Yarmouth (seashore holiday park) commencing May 24th. * Locals will be able to tell me if this is a change to the termini.

That's it folks - but enough to get tongues wagging there. Now all we have to do is wait for the respective timetables to come out. There are a couple there I just can't wait for. I will be interested to see how First are responding to Anglian's upping the ante in Kessingland (PLEASE not a doubling of the 999 frequency) and over to the West of the region it looks like Norfolk Green and Lynx are drawing new battle lines too on the Kings Lynn/Hunstanton routes. As soon as I know then of course I'll let you know.

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