Local bus operator CT4N, which is part of Nottingham Community Transport, has launched a new network of bus services aimed at shoppers. The routes connect local communities and villages with town centres and supermarkets providing links that were lost many years ago.
Running during Monday to Friday daytimes, services include Lowdham, Calverton, Woodborough and Lambley to Arnold on Mondays and Netherfield Morrisons on Wednesdays and Fridays. There is also a bus from Hucknall Estates and Bestwood Village to Bulwell and Morrisons and from Strelley and Aspley to Morrisons.
At the launch in Calverton on 1st October, Sherwood MP, Mark Spencer said: “I am delighted that CT4N are offering these new services that not only cover Calverton but connects to many local villages then onto both Arnold and Netherfield. This service will be a huge benefit to many of my constituents and I am grateful to CT4N for taking on these new routes.”
CT4N Managing Director, Ian Combellack, commented: “We’ve had lots of requests from residents for better bus links from these areas, so are delighted to launch these new Shopper services to serve the local community.
“Our friendly drivers are looking forward to welcoming lots of new customers” Ian added.
Concession pass holders can travel free and single and return fares are also available.
As part of Nottingham Community Transport, CT4N already operates a number of contracted services including Medilink, Centrelink, Ecolink and all Locallink services. The company has recently taken over the running of service 18 in Beeston and Stapleford.
You can download the new timetables from the CT4N website www.ct4n.co.uk