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Stagecoach competes for Plymouth hospital traffic with £5 weekly fare offer

 

Stagecoach South West is competing against Go-Ahead’s Plymouth Citybus by introducing a new competitively priced Derriford park-&-ride ticket.

 

This follows Citybus’s acquisition of Target Travel’s Derriford park-&-ride service. The offer will allow adults to travel on the high frequency 100/101 service, travelling between the George park-&-ride and Derriford Hospital, for as little as 50p a journey, when purchasing the £5 Park and Rider weekly ticket.

 

Single travel tickets are available for £1, for adults, with a child ticket priced at 70p. A return journey adult ticket costs £1.40 and a child ticket £1.20.

 

Bob Dennison, managing director at Stagecoach South West, says: “By introducing this fare promotion, we hope to provide customers with a regular and cost effective travel option in the busy and costly run up to Christmas.”

 

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