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Harrogate bus firm reintroduce late night buses from Leeds to Harrogate

The Harrogate Bus Company will reintroduce late night buses connecting Leeds and Harrogate later this month.

The Harrogate Bus Company will reintroduce late night buses from Leeds to Harrogate later this month. From Saturday 11th September, the ever-popular 36 bus route will be available for people to return to Harrogate after a weekend night out. Buses for night owls running between Harrogate and Knaresborough will also return on Saturday nights, connecting with incoming 36 buses from Leeds at Harrogate Bus Station. The Harrogate Bus Company’s General Manager Steve Ottley said:

"Our late night services will make it much easier – and cheaper – for our customers to enjoy all the nightlife of Leeds and Harrogate and then travel safely home by bus with us. "Our changes to services to and from Rossett School are also great news for parents and students as they will save a third on the cost of travelling to and from school every week compared with the old school-only passes, with free travel seven days a week across Harrogate, Knaresborough and Wetherby thrown in. "Our under 19 tickets already come with a one third saving compared with the price of an adult ticket, and monthly tickets which save even more are available only on our website or the Transdev Go mobile app."
The Harrogate Bus Company has also announced improvements to buses serving Rossett School are being introduced from Monday 6th September. Following talks with North Yorkshire County Council, bus routes which link Bilton, The Knox, Kings Road, Penny Pot Lane, Jennyfield, Woodlands, Starbeck, Hookstone Chase, Skipton Road and Ripon Road with the school are being integrated into The Harrogate Bus Company’s regular service network. Also from Monday 6th September, an extra school day only bus on Harrogate Electrics route 2A will run at 8am from Bilton Community Centre to Harrogate. Full details of the new times are available online at: https://www.transdevbus.co.uk/harrogate. Read more local stories from Your Harrogate here.

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