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  1. Christmas & New Year Bus and Train Services.

    By Barry Moore on December 8th, 2017

    Christmas & New Year Bus and Train Services.

    Summarised below are the local bus and train services over the holiday period. As the main holidays fall on weekdays this year and there are no substitute “days off” the pattern is fairly simple. Tuesday 2nd January sees normal services …

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  2. SuffolkOnBoard

    By Webmaster on August 26th, 2016


    I have been asked to bring this useful website to your attention SuffolkOnBoard provides a number of links to local transport which includes buses, trains and links to local walks. It provides timetables, routemaps, fares, home to school transport …

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  3. Demand Responsive Transport Changes .

    By Webmaster on June 29th, 2016

    Demand Responsive Transport Changes .

    SCC “Connecting Communities” Demand Responsive Transport. Suffolk County Council is revising its Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) provision for residents making journeys where scheduled bus and local train services do not exist. Commencing …

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  4. Revised Bus Timetable

    By Webmaster on August 17th, 2015

    Revised Bus Timetable

    Alterations to bus service timetables through Claydon and Barham. From 1st September 2015 there will be major alterations to the timetable of the County Council supported 113/114 service from Ipswich to Diss and minor alterations to the 88/89 service …

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  5. Station at Great Blakenham

    By B Moore (C&W transport rep) on January 8th, 2015

    Station at Great Blakenham

    Network Rail has published its Anglia Route Study which looks at the region’s railway network up to the year 2043 and making proposals for improvements to cater the forecast continual growth in both passenger and freight use. see …

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  6. Suffolk Car Share

    By Suffolk ACRE on September 28th, 2012

    Drivers in Suffolk are being encouraged to save money by sharing their journeys rather than driving alone. This is particularly relevant right now as fuel prices are high and those in rural areas are struggling to meet the costs of motoring but …

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