Christmas bus times
5:40am 19th December 2014
(Updated 5:42am 19th December 2014)
Bus services will be limited over Christmas and Lancashire County Council is urging everyone to check before they travel.
There will be no bus services running in Lancashire on Christmas Day but on Boxing Day and New Year's Day some bus companies will run a limited service.
If you are travelling by bus over the festive period, visit www.lancashire.gov.uk and search under 'Travel', 'Public Transport' and 'Bus Service Changes' to find the "Festive Schedule" which contains useful information about all bus services in Lancashire. Alternatively, call into your local Information Centre or Interchange who will be able to advise you about your bus service.
Traveline is open every day apart from Christmas Day, so you can call to speak to a travel advisor to find out about all public transport services in Lancashire and beyond on 0871 200 22 33 (calls from landlines cost 10p a minute plus network extras).
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