FAQ's - Coggeshall Bus

Coggeshall Community Bus
Serving the community since 1982
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FAQ's

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Frequently asked questions
Q: How much does the bus cost?
A: The fare each way between Coggeshall and Kelvedon station is £1.

Q: Do I have to book?
A: No bookings are required. The bus operates on a "turn up and get on" basis.

Q: Does the bus run at weekends?
A: No, the bus only runs Monday to Friday.

Q: Where can I catch the bus from?
A: Most of the morning and evening runs are between Market Hill and Kelvedon Station, however some do run around the town. The timetables page details which runs go around the town.

Q: Apart from the morning and evening commuter runs, what other services are there.
A: There is a Tuesday and Thursday local midday run around the village to enable those without transport or limited mobility, to get around the town and to the shops. (This service is currently suspended due to Covid restrictions).

Q: How many passengers does the bus carry?
A: The bus curently carries a maximum of 15 seated passengers plus the driver.

Q: Is it possible to hire the bus?
A: Yes, as long as it is for local community usage. Contact Derek North on North20@BTInternet.Com for details.

Q: I don't have an Iphone, can I still use the bus tracking facility on Android phones etc?.

Q: How do I volunteer to drive the bus?

Q: If the trains are late in the evening, will the bus wait?
A: If the trains are disrupted, the bus will normaly wait, and in severe cases will often run later to get passengers home. The new
   bus tracker service will show you if the bus is still running, and where it is.  
Registered Office:
Dickens House, Guithavon Street
Witham, Essex CM8 1BG
Service Status:
Normal Service Operating
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