Tag Archive for 'island coachways'

Local firms encourage islanders to leave their cars at home

September 21st, 2010 by Hannah Beacom

Two local businesses will be joining forces with Island Coachways to mark Car Free Week. From Monday 20 September to Friday 25 September 2010, passengers on the Islands Insurance and Leapfrog branded buses will travel for free in a move to raise awareness of environmental issues.  This initiative comes just a fortnight after figures were […]

Guernsey Bus Users Group (BUG) responds to Environment Department’s Proposal to Increase bus fare

June 25th, 2010 by Fergus

The Bus Users Group responds to the proposal for a 67% hike in bus fares to commence on 10 August 2010.  The period of Public Consultation ends on 9 July. “We have some sympathy for the proposed bus fare increase.  Guernsey bus fares are very low.  So, although we love the fares the way they […]

Increases Proposed to Bus Fares to Reduce Subsidy – Period of Public Consultation closes on 9 July 2010

June 25th, 2010 by States of Guernsey Environment Department

The Environment Department has announced its intention to introduce a series of changes to the structure of fares for travellers on scheduled Guernsey bus services. Whilst fare increases are proposed, passengers will still be able to travel for as little as 50 pence by bulk buying journeys on the Ormer Card. Under the new fare […]

Guernsey’s Bus Users’ Group

June 14th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Guernsey’s Bus Users Group (BUG) works to promote bus use in Guernsey. Their message is simple.  Guernsey will only get a more comprehensive scheduled bus service with investment and investment will only occur if our community uses the existing bus service.  And the best people to promote the bus service are the people who use […]