New Cribbs commuter service launches
- Credit: Archant
A new service connecting Weston with shops at Bristol’s Cribbs Causeway mall officially launched this week.
The Crosville Flyer, operated by Crosville Motor Services, was named as the new operator of the award-winning commuter service between Weston and employment areas in North Bristol last month, and will also stop at points in Clevedon and Portishead.
The route will allow residents to reach sites including Aztec West, Rolls Royce, Airbus and the Ministry of Defence, and begun on Monday when Crosville took over the previous Monday-to-Friday contract from Kings Ferry.
Crosville managing director Jon Jones-Pratt joined North Somerset Council’s Elfan Ap Rees, whose portfolio includes the district’s transport services, to officially open the service this week.
All services will run on newly-furbished coaches, including USB charging points at each seat and free wi-fi for all passengers.
You may also want to watch:
Passengers can try out the service for free for the next week, too, with no charge for travel until May 16.
- 1 Revo Kitchen opens in Weston
- 2 Man in hospital after stabbing in Weston
- 3 REVEALED: Three locations chosen for new Aldi stores
- 4 North Somerset Covid cases increase by 170%
- 5 Planning application submitted for £30million second school site
- 6 Somerset holiday park owners urge tourists to use common sense
- 7 Yatton pub releases full English breakfast fragrance
- 8 Two injured in car and motorbike crash in Weston
- 9 Family pub reopens after lockdown transformation
- 10 5 things to do in North Somerset this weekend