Greenlinks G1 service to serve St Athan and Bridgend
Published 14 May 2015
From Tuesday 26 May the revised Greenlinks on-demand G1 service will offer transport from St Athan to Cowbridge and Cowbridge to Bridgend Town Centre from Monday to Friday between 8:30am and 5:15pm.
Cllr Lis Burnett, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, welcomed the revised service and added: “The introduction by the Council of supported Bus Service 321 in January 2015 between Llantwit Major, Cowbridge and Talbot Green has enabled us to re-evaluate the usage of the Greenlinks G1 service in the Llantwit Major area. As a result, the service has been amended on a trial basis and will now provide a direct link between St Athan and Cowbridge.”
The revised service will serve the villages of St Athan, Llanmaes, Eglwys Brewis, St Mary Church, Llandough, and Llanblethian, whilst continuing to serve Pentre Meyrick, Penllyn, Craig Penllyn, City, Ruthin, St Mary Hill, Llangan, Treoes, Colwinston, Corntown and Ewenny. The service will also link with the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend.
Fares will range between £3 and £4 return for adults and £1.50 and £2 return for children. Passengers will also be able to use their Welsh concessionary travel passes on the service.
Pick up and drop off points will be from bus stops or previously agreed locations and pick up times will be agreed the day before travel.
To request a seat on this service please call 0800 294 1113 by 12 noon, at least one working day before travelling. For regular users, multiple trips can be requested with one phone call.
For more information on Greenlinks and the revised service, please visit our website on www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk/Greenlinks.