Students gain better access to city centre

York City Centre will become more accessible for students under new plans introduced this week, to double the frequency of buses leaving campus at evenings and Sundays.

The changes were announced by the city’s transport operator First York.

The company hopes the improvement in frequency on the Turquoise Line 4, which runs between Acomb and the University of York at Heslington, will cement an already strong relationship with students.

The changes mean that during the day buses will now run every eight minutes from campus to the city centre and on Sundays buses will start operating earlier and continue later.

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