Brand new digital information screens have been installed for passengers at bus stations in Beverley and Bridlington.
The four new timetable display screens have been introduced by East Riding of Yorkshire Council to replace the old, outdated signs at both bus stations.
They will soon offer real-time updates, meaning passengers will be able to check more accurately what time their bus will arrive or if the service is running late.
The new signs are also capable of displaying on-screen advertising alongside bus timetable information, giving local businesses and organisations the chance to promote their messages to passengers waiting at both bus stations.
Colin Walker, group manager of transportation services at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “The previous screens were old, outdated and could not offer real-time updates, so we have installed these new screens which we hope will be much more useful to passengers travelling from these two busy bus stations.”
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