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Mulleys suspends commercial bus services from tomorrow

Mulleys suspends commercial bus services from tomorrow

Mulleys suspends commercial bus services from tomorrow

Company suffering substantial losses as vehicles run with few or no passengers.


Public transport services reduced across Suffolk

Public transport services reduced across Suffolk

Public transport services reduced across Suffolk

Public transport services across Suffolk are to be reduced after the Government urged everyone to stay at home amid the coronavirus crisis.


Greater Anglia to operate a reduced timetable

Greater Anglia to operate a reduced timetable

Greater Anglia to operate a reduced timetable

The service will be similar to a Sunday service, but with additional services at the start and the end of the day.


Elderly to benefit from bus pass changes amid supermarket opening plans

Elderly to benefit from bus pass changes amid supermarket opening plans

Elderly to benefit from bus pass changes amid supermarket opening plans

Buss pass changes will help elderly in the wake of new supermarket plans


The council has placed the bid in the hope of improving existing services

The council has placed the bid in the hope of improving existing services

The council has placed the bid in the hope of improving existing services

Suffolk County Council seeks share of £30 million fund


Lorry blocks Bury St Edmunds road

Lorry blocks Bury St Edmunds road

Lorry blocks Bury St Edmunds road

A Bury St Edmunds road was blocked by a heavy goods vehicle this afternoon.


How a month in the summer netted free parking

How a month in the summer netted free parking

How a month in the summer netted free parking

Broken ticket machines cost council.


Drivers urged to drive smarter and safer by students from West Suffolk

Drivers urged to drive smarter and safer by students from West Suffolk

Drivers urged to drive smarter and safer by students from West Suffolk

Students from four schools have been out encouraging drivers to think about the toxic fumes their cars emit.


Greater Anglia makes pledge to customers

Greater Anglia makes pledge to customers

Greater Anglia makes pledge to customers

Greater Anglia managing director Jamie Burles promises improvements


Bury station is getting a new entrance and side exit

Bury station is getting a new entrance and side exit

Bury station is getting a new entrance and side exit

Thousands will be spent on making Bury St Edmunds and Needham Market railway stations accessible, the government has said.


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