Hereford county bus station to receive resurfacing work

HEREFORD county bus station is set to undergo resurfacing work to repair damage caused by severe winter weather.

The work will start on Monday April 15 and is expected to take one week with some services disrupted.

On Monday April 15, stands nine to 12 in lane three will be closed and the 476 Hereford to Ledbury bus will depart from stand seven.

On Tuesday April 16, stands five to eight in lane two will be closed and the 32/33 Hereford to Gloucester via Ross-on-Wye will depart from stand two.

National Express services will set down in lane one.

On Wednesday April 17, stands one to four in lane one will be closed and the 449 Hereford to Madley via Kingstone service will depart from stand seven.

The 461 Hereford to Kington service will also depart from stand seven.

Passengers who catch evening buses are advised to check for notices in the bus station which will advise where they should wait as the normal departure stand will be changed for one night.

Signs will be posted at the bus station from April 12 to notify passengers of the temporary changes.

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1:25pm Tue 9 Apr 13

ArmadilloSackRace says...

What's the point if it's moving? Or is the planned move going to be that far off that this should take priority over fixing poor road surfaces and potholes elsewhere?
What's the point if it's moving? Or is the planned move going to be that far off that this should take priority over fixing poor road surfaces and potholes elsewhere? ArmadilloSackRace
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2:35pm Tue 9 Apr 13

Gillian1961 says...

About time to, my daughter comes in from ledbury on the bus, she said the massive pot holes have been there since october she said its amazing the buses have not lost a wheel, why do they not fill the rest on the pot holes in Herefordshire while they are at it
About time to, my daughter comes in from ledbury on the bus, she said the massive pot holes have been there since october she said its amazing the buses have not lost a wheel, why do they not fill the rest on the pot holes in Herefordshire while they are at it Gillian1961
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3:26pm Tue 9 Apr 13

RogerLFC says...

There's a massive crater next to the speed bump outside the SEN School on Barrs Court Road in Hereford. You'd think outside a school it would be prioritised. Been there weeks ...
There's a massive crater next to the speed bump outside the SEN School on Barrs Court Road in Hereford. You'd think outside a school it would be prioritised. Been there weeks ... RogerLFC
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