Padarn Bus, North Wales

Padarn Bus, North Wales

Bus Users Cymru is on standby to assist passengers in North Wales following the announcement that Padarn Bus was to cease operating as of midnight on Friday 30th May.

Barclay Davies, Deputy Director, Bus Users Cymru said: "We are disappointed for passengers who use the services affected by this news and our thoughts are with the staff of the company during this difficult period

We are encoraged by what we have seen with Gwynedd and Isle of Anglesey councils, the Welsh Government and local operators acting quickly to replicate as many serrvices as possible. We are particularly grateful to those operators who have agreed to accept Padarn Bus season tickets until their expiry, a gesture that will be appreciated by affected bus users"

Bus Users Cymru has pledged to do everything it can to help minimise the disruption to bus users. More information is available on the isle of Anglesey and Gwynedd websites:

http://www.anglesey.gov.uk/empty-nav/news/press-releases-2014/may-2014/padarn-bus-services-on-anglesey/123050.article

http://www.gwynedd.gov.uk/gwy_doc.asp?cat=2567&doc=12522&Language=1&p=1&c=1

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