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Weekday and Saturday timetable improvements include an increase to an hourly service between Bishop Auckland to Darlington - up from every two hours.
Full details of the timetable changes will be revealed later today.
Service seven and nine will have revised timetable.
Buses Arriva North East: Most services will operate to a Sunday timetable where applicable.
A spokeswoman said: "We're most excited about the maps, since the printed European Railway Timetable - formerly the Thomas Cook European Timetable - inspired many of our own first train journeys in Europe.
NEW timetables to encourage people to use a bus service to visit a Gwynedd hospital have been launched.
He said in a statement to SUNA that the commission has approved at a meeting before Eid Al-Fitr the timetable of the elections, indicating that the Chairman of the National Election Commission, Dr.
Service 963 between IlKley and Otley has been controversially withdrawn during the evenings, while service 967, Menston to Leeds Bradford International Airport has a revised timetable, following the withdrawal of funding by the airport.
Christmas Eve will see Go North East and Stagecoach run a Saturday timetable, with Arriva North East treating it as a normal Tuesday - though all three will run down services after 6.
At every London bus stop, there is the cutdown timer (electronic screen hanging from the canopy) and yes, the cutdown is accurate and reliable, however, the timer does not correspond with the timetable.
Last week, the finance ministry issued instructions to include shift workers (paid per hour), employed by the public sector, in the new timetable.