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Travelling to work by bus will become easier thanks to a new additional bus service in Worcestershire.
Veterans and UK Armed Forces personnel using First Bus services in the West of England, Wales and Worcester are being offered free travel during remembrance weekend.
First Bus Wales and West has been forced to cancel a number of services today after Halloween vandalism which saw drivers and moving buses attacked.
Young people leaving care will be able to travel for free on the West of England’s buses
A First West of England bus swapped the streets of Bristol for the streets of London today to say a special thank you to the pioneers of the Bristol Bus Boycott.
Preparations are well underway for the 2023 Worcester Victorian Christmas Fayre – and this year why not leave the family car at home – and all take the bus?
First West of England has joined a campaign to tackle homelessness in Bristol with an initiative which has already raised £100,000.
In response to reductions in Welsh government funding for buses, First Cymru has today had to announce changes to some of its services in south and west Wales from Sunday 29th October.
UK Pride in Weston-super-Mare kicks off this weekend, and First Bus is offering advice to passengers to avoid planned rails strikes.
A bus driver from Bath has been named the second best driver in England and Wales at a national competition.
People who are blind or partially sighted, along with their families and friends, are invited to find out more about access and safety when travelling on buses in Bristol.
A milestone moment in race relations history was honoured today (30th August) in Bristol, as one of the city’s iconic historical events was commemorated.