Local Bus Company East Yorkshire Have Revamped Seaside Services

Local Bus Company East Yorkshire Have Revamp Seaside Services
East Yorkshire Have Revamped Seaside Services

Local bus company East Yorkshire has transformed its summer seaside express service for 2019.

A popular service, the X21 from Hull and to , Filey and Scarborough. Running daily throughout the summer it has been boosted by better vehicles and extra journeys.

By adding an additional journey during busy times they say it gives the public more choice about when they travel. The company also says it will also be running the route using modern, high-specification coaches. 

This means that customers will benefit from air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, leather seats. All of this making for a more comfortable ride.

The coaches also have a wheelchair lift, so are accessible to those who are less mobile.

Area Director, Ben Gilligan, says that the improvements for the service would make getting to the seaside a much better experience. 

East Yorkshire Revamp Of Seaside Services Good News For Families

Commenting on the news he said;

“We know that families from Hull and Beverley love to have a day out at the coast. But with young children, it can be a mission just to get them out of the house in the morning.”

“By providing facilities such as air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and a toilet on board the vehicle we allow parents and children to travel in comfort, so everyone has a fantastic day out.”

Service X21 runs every day until 1 September. An extra journey running during weekends and school holidays has also been added to the schedule. 

More information about the service and times can be found online at  www.eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk.

You can also pick up a timetable leaflet from Beverley Bus Station or Hull Interchange.

Other ways to find out about times you can use the service are also available by calling BusLine on 01482 59 29 29.

East Yorkshire recently rebranded their buses and changed their name from East Yorkshire Motor Services

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