News • Sep 01, 2017 16:00 BST
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Services 4 and 84.
The region's largest bus operator has partnered with the Alzheimer’s Society to help transform the way people think, act and talk about dementia. Through information sessions, delivered to its 1,600-strong team of drivers, Go North East continues its commitment to providing inclusive travel and tourism within the North East.
Services 57, 309 and 310.
Services 202, 209, 210, X5, X7 and X9.
Communicating with our deaf and hearing-impaired passengers is as easy as A, B, C thanks to driver Sharon Wenington, who has shared simple cues showing the British sign language alphabet and basic greetings in picture form.
Service X9, and evening and Sunday X10 journeys.
Services 4, 78 & 78A.
A new family-focused summer holiday campaign which offers discounted travel and money-off top North East destinations, is driving passenger numbers at Go North East.
From 4 until 24 September, service X81 will be diverted.
As the inaugural North East Festival of Transport got into gear at Seaburn seafront, Go North East’s See It, Do It Sunderland bus made a special guest appearance alongside a selection of vintage vehicles.
Between 9.30am and 3pm each day.
Between Charles Street and Blue Bell.
Chase Park Festival at Saltwell Park has forged an alliance with the largest bus operator in the North East to ensure that disabled music lovers can get to the site safely to this year's grand event and enjoy its strongest line-up of live entertainment to date.