Carousel Buses signed by the Chairboys to deliver matchday bus shuttle service
2 weeks ago
Carousel Buses and Wycombe Wanderers has launched a new matchday bus shuttle service to help connect supporters to Adams Park for all home games.
The ‘Wycombe Wanderer 1’ shuttle bus service has been established via a formal partnership between Carousel Buses and Wycombe Wanderers. The new and improved matchday shuttle service will operate between High Wycombe railway station and the stadium for home and away fans for league matches. It will collect passengers at the bus station and at stops along the route through Dashwood Avenue.
And in further good news fares for the matchday shuttle service will be part of the national £2 fare cap for single journey, meaning a return ticket will cost just £4 per person.
On Saturday matchdays, shuttles will depart from the rail station at 12.40pm, 1.30pm and 2.20pm, each stopping at the bus station five minutes later. It will then drop supporters off at Hillbottom Road at 12.57pm, 1.47pm and 2.37pm.
Return journeys will leave Adams Park at 5.25pm, 6.05pm and 6.45pm, giving fans the chance to socialise at the ground before returning to town.
Luke Marion, Carousel Buses Managing Director, said: “It’s great to formalise our partnership with Wycombe Wanderers and enhance bus services on matchdays.
“The Wycombe Wanderer 1 bus shuttle service will help more supporters attend matches and support their local club. The service is great community asset, value for money and helps reduce congestion and carbon emissions.”
Neil Peters, Head of Business Operations at Wycombe Wanderers, said: “We’re thrilled to get this new partnership underway and to have worked with a fantastic partner who are committed to providing the best possible service for us as a club, and for our supporters.
“We are constantly working to attract more supporters to Adams Park on matchdays and to make it as simple and efficient for them to get here, so this new and improved service will go a long way to meeting our goals, as well as reducing local traffic and in turn, our carbon footprint.”