I went into Chester today to go on a Park and Ride, to check on access for disabled passengers. I found it to be fantastic and i would recommend it to everyone that is disabled. I was blown away by how little it cost, you only have to pay for the all day ticket which on a bank holiday was £2 per person, which included being able to hop on and off. I didn’t do this but you can.
It is a lot easier to get around Chester, without having to search for an accessible parking space. The buses are great and very accessible, but my only gripe with it would be the accessible stop button isn’t accessible enough. You can see it over my left shoulder in the picture below.
If you are travelling on the A55, please be aware of slow moving traffic around the Ewloe area.
They have 4-8 seater Taxis available with full wheelchair access with the latest full M1 European approval covering CONWY, DEGANWY, LLANDUDNO, AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAS for TAXIS TO AND FROM LLANDUDNO AND RHOS-ON-SEA, COLWYN BAY.
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They operate a “Meet & Greet Airport Transfer Service” for the needs of families, individuals and companies. They have been operating for 4 years now. They have friendly drivers and reception staff, Claire on the phones is a prime example.
All their vehicles are modern taxis, they have 3 point seat belts as standard. Child seats can be provided on request. All vehicles are council vetted and plated for carrying of passengers.
They make your journey to and from the airport an enjoyable experience. No confusion when booking – they will send you a full e-mail confirmation. No late pick ups!. No searching for your driver in the car park on your return! Prices include parking charges etc.
They will collect you from your home, hotel or office, assist you with your luggage and take you to your departure airport. They monitor traffic conditions and if they anticipate any delays, will contact you in advance to ensure you arrive at the airport relaxed and in good time for your flight.
On your return J and F will meet you inside the arrivals hall their driver will BE IN CONTACT WITH YOU BY MOBILE PHONE SO HE WILL BE EASY TO FIND AND GET YOU OUT OF THE AIRPORT WITH NO PROBLEMS.
Just to pre warn you, there are traffic lights and possible hold ups on Abergele Road in Colwyn Bay. They are by Ysgol Bod Alaw on the hill up to Eirias Park. This is due to a gas leak.
Leave a bit of time in your journey for this is my advice.
Buses are being stopped from the top at Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno between 13th and 28th February.
Please be aware that they will be going from Stop A and from the stop at Marks and Spencers during this work.
The continuing roadworks on the A55, which are causing such long tailbacks, are getting beyond a joke.
This is the sentiment expressed by North Wales Tourism chairman Chris Jackson who is calling for a review of the maintenance programme, saying they are currently occurring with too much frequency.
I know only too well what he is talking about. Only the other day I sat for almost an hour on a bus between Llandulas and Abergele! The A55 was backed up all the way to the Llandulas slip road.
It is causing problems for many people. A lady was traveling to pick up her Grandson from Nursery School and was delayed by over 25 minutes which meant that the little boy was left waiting at the school. Other commuters talk about having to wait well over half an hour for buses which are supposed to be every twelve minutes.
I felt sorry for a controller at Rhyl Station, called Ian, who was trying stoically to organise buses that were coming in in twos and threes instead of one at a time.
The problem is that the maintenance schedule for the next 12 months has been published, and shows work stretching from Bangor in Gwynedd to the Flintshire-Cheshire border. So it looks like no end in sight for hold ups!
As from Sunday 6th December, Concessionary bus passes will go live so passengers using them will have to swipe them to get on the bus.
The new cards, which give users free bus travel, contain an electronic chip that machines on-board the buses can read. This ensures bus companies are paid correctly for the passengers they’ve carried.