Go North East launches new ‘Bus Out to Help Out’ offer to help support local evening economy
Following the success of the Government’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ initiative, the region’s largest bus operator, Go North East has launched a new ‘Bus Out to Help Out’ offer to help people get out and about and support local restaurants and pubs further.
Go North East launches new flexible tickets for part-time workers and those only travelling on occasional days
The company has recognised that some workplaces are still not fully open and social distancing remains in place, so a new range of ‘Flexi 5’ tickets have been introduced to cater for the more flexible style of working the region is seeing at the moment.
Ease the January blues with cheaper bus travel
Unlike some other public transport, Go North East bus fares will not be increasing at the start of the year. In fact, the region’s largest bus operator will be introducing some new tickets from 2 January to help with any new year’s blues and encourage more people to give the bus a try.
Go North East to extend ticket discounts to everyone aged from 5 to 25 in changes to young persons' fares from 8 September
Go North East, the region's largest bus company, is extending its discounted ticket offering to everyone aged up to 25 from Sunday 8 September.
Go North East's simplified zones and tickets set to be launched on Better Bus Fares Tour ahead of changes on Sunday
Go North East, the region's largest bus company, will be taking to the streets tomorrow (19 July) to launch their new simplified zones and tickets which come into effect on Sunday 21 July as part of its annual review of fares.