New electronic displays have been installed in bus shelters across the Three Rivers area.
Funded by Three Rivers District Council (TRDC), these new screens will allow passengers at 15 bus stops in the district to see real-time updates as to when the next bus will be arriving.
It is hoped that the scheme will encourage more residents to regularly use buses, reducing uncertainty about transport and providing live information.
The bus shelters have been installed in Croxley, South Oxhey, Abbots Langley, Garston, Leavesden and Carpenders Park.
Councillor Paul Rainbow, the council’s lead member for transport and economic development, said: “Waiting for a bus can be an uncertain business, especially if you live with mobility issues, and can even lead to potential passengers deciding to take alternative modes of transport.
“These new information displays will give passengers much more certainty, with live updates so they know exactly when the next bus will arrive and if there have been any delays.”
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