Following passenger consultations during the autumn of 2015, Denbighshire County Council says it will be revising some of its subsidised bus services with effect from February 29.
The principal changes are:
Ruthin-Mold-Chester (services 1/X1/2)
The service to Chester operates earlier from Ruthin, at 0930 and depart later from Chester, at 1420. During the consultation, passengers told us that they would welcome more time in Chester. There are also changes to the pattern of service for Llanarmon yn Iâl, Eryrys, Maeshafn and Llanferres and intending passengers should check Denbighshire’s website for details.
Denbigh-Ruthin-Corwen (service 55)
Following a range of passenger comments during the consultation, we have reintroduced some through journeys across Corwen to Llangollen & Wrexham. As a result, there will now be fewer journeys from Corwen/Ruthin in the Denbigh direction. Many times have changed and passengers are asked to check Denbighshire’s website for details.
Rhyl-Denbigh-Ruthin-Wrexham (services X50/X52)
There will be minor changes to evening journeys. The daytime service is will also see some changes, especially between Denbigh and Ruthin during off-peak periods.
Denbigh Town Service/Denbigh-Henllan-Llannefydd (service 66)
There are only minor changes to the timetable within Denbighshire but passengers for Llannefydd in particular should note important alterations. The service will be operated by GHA Coaches.
Denbigh-Llandyrnog-Ruthin-Graigfechan (service 76)
Minor changes only.
* Passengers will shortly be able to view new timetables online at www.denbighshire.gov.uk/travel or they are welcome to contact the County Council by phone on 01824 706964 to find out more information.