Service 190 between Wroot and Doncaster has been saved.
Back in March this blog reported that the registration for the service had been cancelled. Currently funded by South Yorkshire PTE and North Lincolnshire Council it operates three times a day, Monday to Saturday. From next week however it will only operate once each way on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturday, and have a new route avoiding Amthorpe. Yesterday's Yorkshire Post said this was after North Lincolnshire Council stepped in to save the service, which looks like it was planned to be axed completely.
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