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Nottingham Community Transport launches new operating arm for bus services

Nottingham Community Transport (Nottingham CT) is set to launch a new trading arm called ‘CT4N’ next year – under which it will operate bus services currently run on behalf of Nottingham City Council.

From 2 January 2018, Locallink, Centrelink, Ecolink, Medilink and Worklink bus services will transfer to the ‘CT4N’ arm. However all vehicles, routes, fares and the organisation’s regular team of friendly drivers will remain the same and business will be very much as usual for passengers.

Meanwhile, the Easylink and Group Travel services, will remain with under operation of the Nottingham CT charity.

There are three reasons why the trading company has been put in place:

Commenting on the changes, General Manager, Ian Combellack said: “We wish to reassure all our customers, stakeholders and friends that this exciting new development for Nottingham CT will improve and enhance our services to the community, and allow us to grow and expand in the near future. However, on the ground, business will very much be as usual and we will continue to maintain the service standards and commitment to the Nottingham community that is central to our values.”

Download leaflet for more information

CT4N New Logo

Nottingham Community Transport launches new operating arm for bus services

Nottingham Community Transport (Nottingham CT) is set to launch a new trading arm called ‘CT4N’ next year – under which it will operate bus services currently run on behalf of Nottingham City Council.

From 2 January 2018, Locallink, Centrelink, Ecolink, Medilink and Worklink bus services will transfer to the ‘CT4N’ arm. However all vehicles, routes, fares and the organisation’s regular team of friendly drivers will remain the same and business will be very much as usual for passengers.

Meanwhile, the Easylink and Group Travel services, will remain with under operation of the Nottingham CT charity.

There are three reasons why the trading company has been put in place:

Commenting on the changes, General Manager, Ian Combellack said: “We wish to reassure all our customers, stakeholders and friends that this exciting new development for Nottingham CT will improve and enhance our services to the community, and allow us to grow and expand in the near future. However, on the ground, business will very much be as usual and we will continue to maintain the service standards and commitment to the Nottingham community that is central to our values.”

Download leaflet for more information

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