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Go North East will celebrate key workers tonight with ‘Clap for our Carers’ activities at its depots and regional hospitals

Go North East will celebrate key workers tonight with ‘Clap for our Carers’ activities at its depots and regional hospitals

News   •   Apr 23, 2020 08:00 BST

​Tonight (Thursday 23 April), the region’s largest bus company, Go North East will celebrate key workers with ‘Clap for our Carers’ 8pm activities across its depots, whilst also joining the NHS at Hexham General Hospital.

New website helps key workers and those using Go North East for essential journeys

New website helps key workers and those using Go North East for essential journeys

News   •   Apr 22, 2020 17:25 BST

​The North East’s largest bus company has brought forward the launch of its new website to help key workers and those making essential journeys during the coronavirus crisis and beyond.

Hundreds of Go North East bus drivers spread Easter weekend cheer by wearing colourful clothing in support of fellow key workers

Hundreds of Go North East bus drivers spread Easter weekend cheer by wearing colourful clothing in support of fellow key workers

News   •   Apr 14, 2020 17:04 BST

​Hundreds of bus drivers, as well as support teams, wore colourful clothing and fancy dress over the weekend to spread some Easter cheer in support of fellow key workers.

Why your bus driver might be wearing bright, colourful clothing this Easter weekend

Why your bus driver might be wearing bright, colourful clothing this Easter weekend

News   •   Apr 09, 2020 14:36 BST

The Go North East uniform is set to change this Easter weekend, with colourful clothes being worn to champion fellow key workers.

Go North East shines a rainbow over its colleagues and fellow key workers

Go North East shines a rainbow over its colleagues and fellow key workers

News   •   Apr 08, 2020 16:01 BST

The company is saying a huge thank you to its colleagues and fellow key workers with a series of initiatives during the coronavirus crisis.

Go North East’s unsung bus drivers and support teams praised by fellow key workers

Go North East’s unsung bus drivers and support teams praised by fellow key workers

News   •   Apr 02, 2020 17:19 BST

Praise has flooded in for drivers and support teams who are helping keep the region moving, ensuring key workers, including NHS staff and essential shop workers, can get to their workplaces to provide vital services.

Roadworks and diversions affecting Go North East buses

Roadworks and diversions affecting Go North East buses

News   •   Apr 01, 2020 12:00 BST

Here's our guide to ongoing and upcoming roadworks around the region.

The region’s bus operators enable ‘any bus operator ticket validity’ during Coronavirus emergency timetables from Monday

The region’s bus operators enable ‘any bus operator ticket validity’ during Coronavirus emergency timetables from Monday

News   •   Mar 27, 2020 16:36 GMT

By Monday 30th March all the region’s main bus operators will be running to emergency timetables in the face of the current Coronavirus crisis resulting in a 80-90% reduction in the demand for bus services as people follow the Government’s stay at home advice, balanced with the need to keep services running for key workers and access to essential shopping and healthcare.

Emergency timetables for Go North East buses from Saturday 28 March due to the Coronavirus crisis

Emergency timetables for Go North East buses from Saturday 28 March due to the Coronavirus crisis

News   •   Mar 26, 2020 15:32 GMT

All Go North East buses will run to emergency timetable from Saturday 28 March, with services running at least hourly. Extra early morning journeys for key workers, added following customer feedback, will also be maintained daily.

Go North East continues to keep the wheels moving during coronavirus situation with changes from 23 March

Go North East continues to keep the wheels moving during coronavirus situation with changes from 23 March

News   •   Mar 20, 2020 10:19 GMT

​At these unprecedented times, the region’s largest bus company, Go North East, are working hard to maintain services but customer demand and available resources are significantly reducing, so from Monday 23 March the bus operator will still be running routes but to Sunday frequencies.