Trustybus axes Harlow to Hoddesdon service
Politics / Wed 14th Sep 2016 am30 10:31am
TRUSTYBUS has axed the 392 service which connects Harlow with Hoddesdon due to low demand.
The Roydon-based company said the service ran for the last time on Saturday, September 10, as it could no longer be “economically sustained” reports the Harlow Star.
Passengers wishing to travel to Hoddesdon can still use the Trustybus 410 but there are now only two buses per hour rather than three.
The 392 began at the Harlow Town railway station and passed through Bush Fair, Stewards and Paringdon Road and into Broxbourne and Hoddesdon before terminating at Rye Park.
Very disappointed with this, as personally I believe that this service is very popular on a Saturday for people travelling to Hoddesdon and Harlow Town Centre.
It seems that the need for financial profit is more important than the needs of the community.
Just seen the news of the 392 cancellation on Saturdays, I use this on a regular basis and what concerns me is what is going to happen to the people that it picks up in Nazeing. I do not wish to travel to Harlow Town Centre to pick up a bus to Hoddesdon. As I work long hours during the week I am now forced to abandon my Hoddesdon shopping trips.
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