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  • First Bus booking facilitates pandemic-friendly travel
  • First Bus booking facilitates pandemic-friendly travel
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First Bus booking facilitates pandemic-friendly travel

First Bus has launched a booking system for commuters between local areas in the West of England. As people grow more comfortable travelling between towns in the UK, pre-booking is helping them to feel reassured that they’ll get a spot on the bus, as well as maintain social distancing.

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