Revised bus timetables for Hartlepool Stagecoach services come into effect on Monday, June 1

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A series of revised bus timetables for Stagecoach passengers in Hartlepool and the wider Tees Valley have come into effect.

A number of changes have been implemented from Monday, June 1, in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Stagecoach said: “Customers are advised that, in light of the latest Government advice relating to the coronavirus pandemic, it is necessary for us to implement changes to a number of our services from Monday 1 June, 2020.

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“These changes are necessary to reflect increasing customer travel demands following the partial lifting of lockdown restrictions, and latest social distancing guidance.”

A Stagecoach North East bus in Hartlepool.A Stagecoach North East bus in Hartlepool.
A Stagecoach North East bus in Hartlepool. | Other 3rd Party

In Hartlepool, there are revised timetables for the numbers 1 High Tunstall-Middlesbrough Bus Station, 3 Bishop Cuthbert-South Fens, 3A South Fens-Bishop Cuthbert, 6 Owton Manor-Clavering, and 7 Middlegate-Owton Manor services.

There is currently no number 20 and 980 Hartlepool-Tofts Farm services.

The Tees Flex bus service is operating a Saturday timetable.

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The new timetables replace earlier revisions which came into effect in April.

Concessionary travel has resumed with standard rules and conditions.

Stagecoach recently announced a number of social distancing measures in line with a gradual easing of the lockdown and more people returning to work.

They include passengers being advised to wear face masks, to sit in window seats and leave sufficient space around them, and to stay two metres (six feet) apart at bus stops.

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To see the full details of all service updates for Hartlepool and Teesside go to www.stagecoach.com

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