If you live close to the town centre you might be interested in the new bus service that’s just been launched.
Two Town Link services providing transport from the Mold Road area and Rhosnesni/Maesydre areas into the town centre.
Town Link 1 serves Rhosnesni Lane, Maesydre, Market Street, Eagles Meadow, High Street, Island Green and Wrexham bus station.
Town Link 2 serves Mold Road, Wrexham Echnology Park, Pentre Bach, Ruthin Road, Island Green and Wrexham bus station.
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Adult fares cost £1.50 and concessionary travel passes will be accepted.
Cllr David A Bithell, Lead Member for Environment and Transport, said: “Following the collapse of a major bus company and changes made by other operators in reviewing their networks, parts of the wider town centre have been left without any access to public transport.
“The new Town Link now reconnects some of these communities, and provides improved access to the town centre and key retail locations.
“I am very pleased this service is operational in the run-up to Christmas, and can provide access to those communities who have been without local bus services for some time.
“I hope this service will support those residents who have contacted us, and support the local economy by bringing more people into Wrexham Town Centre.
Christopher Valentine, Managing Director of Valentine’s Travel Solutions, said: “As a local business owner and employer, I am very pleased to have launched this new bus service for the residents of and visitors to Wrexham.
“The company has taken delivery of a new bus built specifically to suit the route, and this opens up another exciting chapter for our company.”
Cllr Paul Jones, Local Member for Maesydrew ward said: “The return of our much missed bus service is very welcome news for the residents of Maesydre. I encourage everyone to make use of the facility and I would like to thank all those who have worked hard to make this happen”.
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