The current trajectory is still one way from Station via College and Hospital ...
The Leeds City Bus ceases to exist. Or to explain it in press-relese-speak ...
First Leeds have announced a package of changes for the City Bus service that will see an increase in capacity, new journeys and a revised route and timetable from 21 February. The Leeds City Bus service will still provide the popular and frequent (every 10 minutes) connections between the bus and rail stations, colleges, University and the Leeds General Infirmary but will operate on Sunday and with bigger buses improving the capacity (40 seats instead of 24).
The changes have been possible by linking the service with Route 5 connecting Leeds with Halton Moor ...
Then comes the stinker.
Customers will also still be able to use the same passes and permits that are currently accepted including MCards, senior travel passes and First tickets. A flat fare of £1 is also available for customers from the driver.
The fare will be doubled!
There is, however, one genuine positive.
Whether many will choose to do so for £1 remains debatable.
P.S. The dotted line on the new map is the route of the "exciting" (?) Sunday route.