Reminder: Amersham Hospital Shuttle Bus Service

Monday, January 25th, 2021
Filed under: HS2, News Item

Amersham hospital shuttle bus service during HS2 Whielden Lane works.

We would like to remind residents that the hospital bus stop will remain closed during the HS2 Whielden Lane works. HS2 are working with Buckinghamshire Council to continue to run the replacement bus service between Amersham Hospital and Gore Hill/A355 bus stops near Tesco.

The service is running seven days a week. Monday to Saturday from 7am to 6.30pm on a half hourly basis. Additionally, outside of outpatient appointments on a Sunday reduced hourly service is operating from 7.49am to 6.30pm. The details are also posted on the impacted bus stops.

A copy of the original document from Fusion (on behalf of HS2) relating to the shuttle service has been attached below. To read the second page of the document, please click the arrow at the bottom of the image.

Amersham-hospital-shuttle-bus-service-during-Whielden-Lane-works-May-2020

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