the Bee Network

Many Salford bus services are joining the Bee Network from March 24.

Transport for Greater Manchester says passengers will be see “immediate service improvements” as it takes buses back into public ownership.

This includes more frequent buses, later and earlier services and better connections to trams and trains on some key routes.

The below bus services are included in the change on March 24.

33: Manchester – Eccles – Worsley

33B: Brookhouse – Eccles – Manchester

52: Failsworth – NMGH – Salford – Trafford Centre

53: Cheetham Hill – Old Trafford – Salford

67: Manchester – Salford Royal – Eccles – Cadishead

67A: Manchester – Salford Royal – Eccles – Cadishead

93: Carr Clough – Agecroft – Manchester

95: Salford – Prestwich – Whitefield – Bury

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Bee Network Bus – Credit: Francis Bakrer

As of March 24, there will be changes to the 67/ 67A bus which passes from Manchester through the Salford Royal route to Eccles.

The last bus from the Shudehill Interchange in Manchester will run 30/40 minutes later than the current timetable for the 67/67A service. There will also be three to four buses running per hour for this service from Monday to Friday and Saturday daytime.

All Greater Manchester buses will be part of the Bee Network by January 2025.

For the full list of bus services joining the Bee Network on March 24 click here.

For more information on the changes in bus services in Bolton, Wigan, parts of Bury, Salford and Manchester click here.

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