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Buses

Slowly, buses and bus stops are becoming more accessible with innovations such as talking stops, low floor busses, and also the recent introduction of digital information displays to tell you which bus is approaching.
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In the North West of England approximately 14,600 people have strokes per year according to the Stroke Association.

Buses

Slowly, buses and bus stops are becoming more accessible with innovations such as talking stops, low floor busses, and also the recent introduction of digital information displays to tell you which bus is approaching.

Drivers of Low Floor busses are required to use ramps and provide assistance to disabled people on request. Not all buses are accessible and are not required to be until 1st January 2015.

Comments and Complaints should be addressed to either the Bus Operator, or ring:

GMPTE
Tel: 0161 244 1050

Anyone wishing to apply for a bus permit should go to their nearest Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Travel Shop. These are usually situated at the bus stations or ring:

GMPT Travel Shop
Tel: 0161 244 1050

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