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North East Lincolnshire Local Public Transport information – August bank holiday

9:27 am, Thursday, 18th August 2022 - 2 years ago



Monday 29 August (Bank Holiday Monday) – A Sunday service will run.

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Phone ‘n’ Ride

Phone ‘n’ Ride’s on demand bus service will run as normal on Saturday 27 August, but the three buses will not be running on Sunday 28 August or Monday 29 August.

Normal Phone n Ride service will resume on Tuesday 30 August.

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Dial a Ride

Dial a Ride’s community-run service for people who find it difficult to use public transport will be largely unaffected except for Bank Holiday Monday.

Saturday 27 August – A normal Saturday service will run
Sunday 28 August – A normal Sunday service will run
Monday 29 August (Bank Holiday Monday) – One bus will run

The service will also return to normal on Tuesday 30 August.

Local Train Information

Northern (Barton Upon Humber to Cleethorpes)

No planned alterations.

East Midlands Railway (Newark / Lincoln to Grimsby Town)

No planned alterations.

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South TransPennine route (Manchester to Cleethorpes)

Local services will not be affected, however people travelling to or from Stockport on Saturday 27 August will have to use replacement bus services.

London Euston station will also be closed on Saturday 27 August and Sunday 28 August, and services between Sheffield and Manchester Piccadilly will be busier than normal.

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Works on Monday 29 August – Bank Holiday Monday

Engineering work will be taking place between Lincoln and Cleethorpes. As a result, the 7:44pm Leicester to Cleethorpes service will terminate at Market Rasen. A replacement bus will run from Market Rasen to Cleethorpes. The 9:58pm Cleethorpes to Nottingham service will be replaced by a bus throughout.

North East Lincolnshire Council cannot be responsible for any problems caused by errors or changes in information given.

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