by stevejarvis on 16 August, 2021
From 19th September there will be a new “demand responsive” bus service to many North Herts villages including Ashwell, Bygrave, Caldecote, Clothall, Graveley, Hinxworth, Kelshall, Newnham, Radwell, Rushden, Sandon, Therfield, Wallington and Weston. Passengers will be able to book a journey by phone, by app or via a website to Baldock, Buntingford, Hitchin, Letchworth, Royston or Stevenage. They will also be able to travel from one village to another. Journeys can be booked between 30 days and 3 minutes in advance. The service which is being run by the County Council will run from 7.00 until 19.00 Monday to Saturday and 10.00 until 16.00 on Sundays. Bus passes and Savercards will be valid on these buses.
Because they are demand responsive buses will only run when and where they are required. For Ashwell, Bygrave, Graveley, Newnham and Radwell they are in addition to the current regular bus services, which continue unchanged. For the other villages they will be the first buses for several years.
You can see more details at www.intalink.org.uk/hertslynx.