National Express coaches keep Britain moving during cold snap

8th Apr 2013
National Express coaches keep Britain moving during cold snap

National Express has helped to keep Britain safely moving during the recent cold snap - with virtually all coach services running as scheduled.

Despite the ice, snow and unseasonably low temperatures of recent weeks, close to 100 per cent of National Express coaches ran as planned, including during the all-important Easter Bank Holiday.

Tom Stables, Managing Director, National Express coach said: “While this cold Spring we’ve been experiencing has sent the mercury plunging, National Express has been kept services running and helped Britain stay on the move.

“To ensure customers can still afford to visit friends and family or enjoy a last minute getaway this spring, our 24 hour control centre has been working closely with the Highways Agency to keep our coaches on Britain’s busy roads moving.”

In addition, for this first time this spring, people can now fully keep tabs on all National Express coach services with the newly-launched Coach Tracker, an online facility that provides real-time information on coach services.




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