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Cub for rural Sussex

23rd July 1983, Page 16
23rd July 1983
Page 16
Page 16, 23rd July 1983 — Cub for rural Sussex
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IYLAND Cub bus is being operated by National Bus Company adiary Southdown on some new services developed by the .ator and East Sussex County Council as part of the East Sussex rdinated rural transport project (Escort).

le services, using the brand e County Rider, have been gned both to replace some ting services and provide e new rural links in the Ity and provide better facilifor the disabled. The Reeve less-bodied Cub is fitted 24 seats and a wheelchair t will be available for private at weekends and can be I to accommodate six to 10 • engers in wheelchairs in place of its seats.

County Rider is a result of a study designed to co-ordinate many different transport modes including school buses, social service coaches and ambulances, voluntary transport and conventional stage-carriage buses.

The two bus routes operated by the Cub are the first changes in a radical rethink of rural transport in East Sussex.

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