12:25PM, Monday 27 January 2014
A bus was parked in the middle of Maidenhead High Street to promote new and revised bus timetables.
Staff from Courtney Buses visited the High Street on Saturday to hand out free Maidenhead area and rural timetables and to explain changes to the bus service.
The new timetable includes a 30 minute service between Maidenhead and Windsor and a new service from Maidenhead to the Berkshire College of Agriculture campus at Burchetts Green.
Simon Fisher, Courtney's transport manager, said: "Courtney Buses are delighted to be able to improve our services in Maidenhead
"We were happy to explain the improvements to our customers which, we believe, will be welcomed."
There are a number of other services included in the timetables which are operated by other companies, including the Ascot to Windsor service, the Home Park and Centrica park and ride service, the west Windsor to Windsor service, and the new Maidenhead to High Wycombe service.
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