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Travel for Life - Public Transport

Travelling by public transport is a great alternative! It's much cheaper and you don't have to pay for parking , plus its good for the environment and cuts congestion.
 
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The Safer Travel Unit work to tackle anti-social behaviour and its causes, to make bus trips safer and more enjoyable for all passengers throughout Lancashire. If you would like to report anti-social behaviour on the bus contact: 0300 1236782 or text BUS and the details of the incident to 82070
 

 
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You can easily plan your journey using public transport either online or over the phone by using Traveline. Traveline provide information on public transport timetables and routes. For more information visit: www.traveline-northwest.co.uk
Lancashire has an extensive rail network and is well connected to the rest of Briain via the west coast mainline. For More information on rail travel visit: www.nationalrail.co.uk
Depending on how much you travel taxis could be a much cheaper alternative to owning your own car. If you add up the cost of insurance, fuel and car maintenance this can add up to a much greater sum than regular taxi journeys.
 

Useful Resources
 
Bus timetables Bus timetables can be found at: http://www.traveline-northwest.co.uk/ or via email from timetableorders@lancashire.gov.uk

Train times Train times can be found at: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

Communicator cards communicator cards are designed to aid bus passengers who have mobility, sensory or communication impairments. For access to these please contact safertravelteam@lancashire.gov.uk

Bus Hailers these are designed for visually impaired people to help make catching the bus easier than ever: for more information or a free bus hailer contact: safertravelteam@lancashire.gov.uk

NoW Cards: NoW cards are the English National Concessionary Travel pass for older and disabled residents in Lancashire, Blackpool, Blackburn with Darwen and Cumbria. For more information visit: http://www.nowcard.org/