Legoland bus services change to meet increased demand

Legoland bus services change to meet increased demand

Lucy Elder

Changes are being made to bus services serving Legoland.

Starting today (Saturday) , bus operator First Berkshire will be making chances to services 191, 200, 700, 701 and 702 to cope with the increase in demand.

Service 191, which runs between Bracknell and Slough, and 200, linking Legoland and Windsor, will now serve St Leonard’s Road and no longer stop in Frances Road. This is to improve connections with rail services.

For Greenline services 700, 701 and 702, running between Bracknell and London, there will be two extra later journeys from Legoland to London but this is subject to Legoland extending its opening hours.

Simon Goff, First Berkshire’s general manager, said: “We have slightly amended our services 191 and 200 to improve their punctuality and ensure they connect with trains at nearby stations. Our additional Greenline services coincide with the attraction’s proposed later opening times during the summer months.”

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