Bus and train cancellation update

PUBLISHED: 09:40 07 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:32 25 May 2010

SOME bus services have returned to normal after the snow disruptions of the past 24 hours.

SOME bus services have returned to normal after the snow disruptions of the past 24 hours.

Public transport was scrapped for part of yesterday (Wed) when treacherous conditions hit North Somerset's roads.

Train services will run on a revised timetable again today.

A First Great Western spokesman said: "We have been doing our best to keep our services running for customers yesterday.

"Thanks to their efforts, and our clear severe weather planning more than 80 per cent of our services were able to run, although some did experience delays.

"I would like to thank customers for their patience as we worked to deliver the best service we could in challenging circumstances."

All bus services were stopped across North Somerset yesterday morning.

The latest information for buses across Weston and Worle today is as follows:

Service 1 - currently suspended.

Service 3 - normal service on main roads only.

Service 5 - normal service main roads only.

Service 7 - normal service but unable to serve Oldmixon and Coronation estates.

Service 14 - normal service on main roads only.

Service X1 - normal service.

Service 351 - normal service.

Service 352 - normal service.

Service 353 - normal service.

Service 354 - currently suspended

Service 357 - normal service on main roads only.

Service 358 - normal service on main roads only.

Service 359 - normal service on main roads only.

Service 121 - normal service on main roads only.

Service 126 - currently suspended.

Service 112 - currently suspended.

Service 102 - currently suspended.


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