As expected the evening service on service 353 between Scunthorpe, Scotter and Kirton on Fridays and Saturdays was withdrawn after last weekend when the service became route 103. North Lincolnshire Council decided to pull the funding, primarily due to the high cost per passenger (£6.61) of the subsidy they were paying operator Stagecoach. The average 9 passengers per trip were also travelling for reasons not considered as priority.
Lincolnshire County Council provided 25% of the funding for the evening service and they had no objections to the withdrawal.
You can read the detailed North Lincolnshire Council report recommending the withdrawal here.
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