From today's Grimsby Telegraph
"Petition launched to save 'lifeline' number 3 bus service to Lincoln This is Grimsby: Gary Nolan, the managing director of Stagecoach, said Lincolnshire County Council had asked for details of how much it would cost to run one bus every two hours, but that no decision had yet been reached."
Stagecoach are planning to reduce the frequency on the Interconnect 3 between Grimsby and Lincoln to twice a day in April, plus extra short journeys between Grimsby and Laceby. A Life of Lincolnshire Travel had reported it will instead operate every two hours, but it appears that is just an option being investigated.
Full article, including details on a petition to ensure the frequency is not reduced to just twice a day between Grimsby and Lincoln.
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