Arriva fall short again!

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On July 22nd we published an article to say well done to Arriva for sorting out the times of the 82 & 84 buses so they are spaced out and at a sensible time to get pupils to school.
However if you have another look at the article you will see a comment that came in today about transferability or NOT of season tickets on these 2 buses if you have to use both to meet specific travel times.
Surely it is of no consequence to Arriva what is the number on the front of the bus — the journey has been paid for.
If you are supportive of this complaint then do make your views known to Arriva here

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