Brighton bus company to merge with Metrobus in Crawley From The Argus Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company has confirmed it will merge with sale oakley sunglasses outlet fellow Go Ahead company Metrobus in Crawley a move first announced in The Argus in May.
The move is set to allow customers to use smartcards on both services while proposals are also being developed to allow Brighton and Hove Bus tickets to be used on other company's services in Brighton and Hove. Mr Harris, who took over 2015 oakley glasses from long serving boss Roger French two months ago, said discussions about allowing smartcards to be used on other services were ongoing. He added; "We are in discussions with the council and they are actively exploring with other bus services such as Big Lemon and Compass Travel how smartcard ticketing can be extended to other services. "I think there is a desire for all the parties to see a solution as soon as possible but it is impossible to put a specific time frame because there are issues around funding." Mr Harris took over responsibility for Metrobus, which was named top operator in the country last year, at the beginning of this month. He said: "In the short term customers won't see any significant change. "We will see one or two new things coming out from both companies to improve customer services. "We will be making some efficiencies, there will be very, very limited reduction in jobs and we will do everything to try okaleys and find alternative roles for oakley europe those affected." The company could also soon be advertising local attractions on the side of its coaches. Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company bosses say they are looking to introduce advertising on the outside of their buses at some point later this year.
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