Warrington’s Own Buses Unveil ‘The College Bus’

Warrington’s Own Buses Unveil ‘The College Bus’
Warrington's Own Buses' PCZ 979 (60) in its the "The College Bus" livery.Warrington's Own Buses

To promote the new services, municipal operator Warrington’s Own Buses has repainted two of their Wrightbus Cadet bodied VDL SB120 midibuses in a smart two-tone blue and black livery. A third is due to be repainted, albeit in a different livery, in the near future.

Buses 60 (PCZ 979, DK56 MLX) and 62 (PLZ 373, DK56 MLN) are the two examples which have been repainted, with bus 61 (PLZ 757, DK56 MLL) not yet in its new livery.

On board the refurbished Wrightbus Cadets, passengers can now enjoy a range of new features including complimentary WiFi and USB charging points for mobile phones and tablets, with these features first introduced to the company’s vehicles with the introduction of their Alexander Dennis Enviro200 midibuses earlier this year.

Warrington’s Own Buses DK56 MLX (60) receiving its recent repaint at Bus and Coach World, Blackburn– Warrington’s Own Buses

There are no changes to the existing P1 (Frodsham), P2 (Hough Green), P5 (Cadishead) or P6 (Golborne) services, however, routes P3 and P4 are have been replaced by Warrington’s Own Buses’ commercial services.

Services replacing the former P3…

Students who previously used the P3 (Earlestown and Newton-le-Willows) should now use the following services:

The service 22 journey departing Earlestown bus station at 07:42.
The service 18 journey departing Burtonwood at 07:45.

Students using service 18 should transfer to a service 22 or 28 journey at Warrington Bus Interchange.

Services replacing the former P4…

Students who previously used the P4 (Culcheth and Birchwood) should now use the following services:

The service 19 journey departing Culcheth at 07:44.
The service 25 journey departing Birchwood at 07:45.

Students using these services should transfer to a service 22 or 28 journey at Warrington Bus Interchange.

The Touch&Go smartphone application is also available for download, with passengers using the app being able to purchase a weekly or monthly ticket.

To find out more, please read this guide on Warrington’s Own Buses’ website for more detailed timetable information.

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