National Express keeps Britain moving over the Bank Holiday
With engineering works taking place across many train networks this bank holiday, National Express is helping to keep Britain moving by reporting “all clear” on their coach network.
The UK’s largest coach operator is running a full service to over 1,000 destinations throughout England, Scotland and Wales throughout the Bank Holiday weekend.
To keep services running on time during this busy period, National Express will closely monitor road conditions from their Birmingham based control centre. Coach drivers stay in regular contact with the centre for traffic updates and advise on the quickest routes to avoid tailbacks.
Passengers travelling to visit friends and family for the bank holiday can take advantage of National Express’s summer sale. Coach seats are available from £2 to destinations across Britain, including:
From £2: Bristol - Cardiff
From £2: Manchester – Liverpool
From £2: Leeds – Manchester
From £2: London – Brighton
From £2: Liverpool – Manchester
From £5: Cardiff – London
From £5: Leeds – Sheffield
Fares are available online until 30 September and there is no booking fee. For more information please visit www.nationalexpress.com/summercoachdeals
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National Express is Britain’s only nationwide, scheduled coach operator, serving over 1,700 destinations throughout the UK with approximately 18.5 million passenger journeys every year. National Express also operates a high frequency service to all major UK airports.