Wiltshire residents are being asked for their views on proposed changes to concessionary bus fares from next year.
At 10am on the 25 July 2014 the Hatts Travel Group, including Bodman Coaches, Hatts Coaches and Wiltshire Buses ceased trading at very short notice and so is no longer able to operate school bus and public transport services on behalf of Wiltshire Council.
South West Trains are offering a £15 off-peak day return ticket, or £7 for children, for journeys east of Salisbury.
Wiltshire Council will be running a free bus fortnight in the first two weeks of August in Melksham and Bradford-on-Avon.
Connecting Wiltshire travel advisors will be visiting selected households in Trowbridge, Salisbury and Chippenham from July to September.
Have a look at our new information about bus fares. There are lots of season tickets and student fares which can help save you money.
A new cycle map from Salisbury to Stonehenge has just been produced .
Summer is just around the corner and with it comes British Cycling’s Sky Ride Local programme in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire Council has been working with South West Trains and First Great Western to improve pedestrian and cycle access around rail stations in towns across Wiltshire.
This half-term (24th May – 1st June), all off-peak tickets on the South West Trains Network will cost £14 for adults or £5 for children.