12:50PM, Saturday 25 January 2014
Changes to bus services are set to be promoted in Windsor town centre on Tuesday.
Courtney Buses will be launching its new and improved bus services on Sunday, January 31, including more services running between Windsor and Maidenhead.
The company will be parking one of its buses in Peascod Street on Tuesday and will have staff on hand to explain the changes.
Residents will be able to have a look at the bus, and also pick up a free copy of the Windsor, Ascot and Sunninghill area timetables, between 9am and 5pm.
Simon Fisher, Courtney's transport manager, said: "We are looking forward to being in Peascod Street on Tuesday to explain the improvements to our customers which, we believe, will be welcomed."
Other changes include a faster route between Windsor and Maidenhead via Dedworth, and an hourly service from Foster Avenue, serving Dedworth, Holyport, Maidenhead and Fifield.
There will also be a service between Windsor Road and Dedworth Road via Ruddlesway, and a service between Windsor and Bracknell via Ascot.
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