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Sunday, 24 January 2016

Bus Re-routing - An Invitation

First Aberdeen - at their next meeting.  
The meeting is fromThe Douglas Lounge, Craigiebuckler Church Hall, 185 Springfield Rd, Aberdeen AB15 8AA

The rerouting of the No 15 to cover the withdrawn No 5 service has been operational for some time now. Is this service adequate to meet the needs of the travelling public?  What is your view?

Mr Phillips will seek residents' views on the recent changes to the bus service provision to Craigiebuckler and Airyhall.

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