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Storm Eunice: Stagecoach East suspend bus and busway services in Cambridge

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Stagecoach East bus services in Cambridge have been temporarily suspended due to Storm Eunice.

An electric bus in Cambridge, part-funded by the GCP. Picture: Andrew Wilkinson (54981891)
An electric bus in Cambridge, part-funded by the GCP. Picture: Andrew Wilkinson (54981891)

The Met Office issued a red ‘danger to life’ warning for wind for Cambridgeshire earlier today (Friday, February 18).

A statement from Stagecoach East said: “In light of the current weather situation, a red warning will be in place in Cambridge and Huntingdon between 10am and 3pm today, Friday February 18, meaning we will be temporarily suspending our Cambridge and Busway services.

“Any routes which also travel into the affected regions including the 905, X5, 99 and 904 will also temporarily be out of operation between these times. Services are planned to resume after 3pm.

“An Amber warning is currently in place for Bedford and Peterborough, meaning we will continue to run our services throughout the day where possible in these areas, prioritising single deck vehicles on the more rural routes.

“The safety of our passengers is our utmost priority and so we ask that anyone travelling with us takes extra care when using our services and follows the local travel advice.

“Our teams are working hard to maintain service levels where possible but there may be some further travel disruption as the situation evolves and so we apologise for any inconvenience caused. We are carefully monitoring the situation as it changes and will keep our customers updated on our website and Twitter.”

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