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Tom Tainton writes

Posted Tuesday, February 27th 2018

Shuttle Bus service running for Jersey Reds

Bristol Rugby have teamed up with First Bus once again, offering supporters transport options across the city on matchdays.

First Bus will be running its two dedicated services when Jersey Reds visit Ashton Gate on Sunday (2pm KO).

Two services will run on rugby matchdays, from the Portway (AG1) and Horfield Common (AG3).

Ashton Gate managing director Mark Kelly said: “The routes proved extremely popular last season because they were developed in conjunction with First Bus and supporter groups to enhance travel and also to ease congestion in key parts of the city.

“We hope supporters will take full advantage of these subsidised services again in the season ahead.”

Supporters can purchase the Bristol Inner Zone Day Ticket for £4 return (adult), or £3 for a single (one-way) journey. Concessionary passes may be used. Two children may travel free of charge with a fare paying adult. Additional children will be charged £3 single or £4 return. Please note: No student discount is available and no other tickets are valid for travel.

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