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A NEW circular stage service ir and around Chester proposed by Wrights of Wrexham was not against the public interest, do. cided the North Western Traffi( Commissioners at a Chesty public sitting.
Crosville Motor Services hac claimed that the service coulc lead to a loss of revenue of at much as £37,000 from its exist ing services in the Chester area and that such a loss would haw to be made up by withdrawinc 12 Sunday services.
Wrights proposed to operatc via Rosset, Ruabom, Rhosy medre, Johnstown, Cefn, Mawr Acrefair, and Plasmadoc, Mon day to Saturday throughout thc year. It argued that the public would benefit from the new ser vice, which was both cheapel and faster then existing Crosvillc services.
The journey time betweer Johnstown and Chester woulc be 34 minutes with a fare of 60j compared with Crosville's jour ney time of 65 minutes at a fan of £1.10p.