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New bus for Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 00:59 02 May 2002 | UPDATED: 11:50 03 March 2010

IPSWICH Buses has acquired a new low floor midibus for operating on the town services.

The bus, an Optare Solo, seats 33 passengers and is fully accessible to all members of the community, even those with mobility problem and wheelchair users.

IPSWICH Buses has acquired a new low floor midibus for operating on the town services.

The bus, an Optare Solo, seats 33 passengers and is fully accessible to all members of the community, even those with mobility problem and wheelchair users.

Managing director, Malcolm Robson, said: "This investment of nearly £80,000 in a new vehicle is the first phase in our vehicle acquisition programme for 2002. It reflects our company's commitment to improving the quality of vehicles we operate on our Ipswich Town network of services.

"A further four low floor easy access double deck buses are due for delivery to our company later this year, taking our investment in new vehicles in the present year to over £650,000."


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