The Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG), which campaigns for better public transport and safer streets in Epping Forest, has launched a legal challenge against… Read More »Campaigners launch legal challenge to bring evening buses back.
When Essex County Council withdrew their subsidy for the evening 250 and 251 bus services they said that the main reason was a lack of… Read More »Did you use the 250 and/or 251 evening bus services?
EOS London, who run several bus services in Epping Forest including the 66, 86 and forthcoming 13, have extended their daytime 66 bus routes from… Read More »EOS to provide temporary partial replacements for 250 and 251 evening bus services.
Waltham Abbey Town Council has published their opposition to the proposals to end the 250 and 251 evening bus services. Their objection, submitted to the… Read More »#Save250251: Waltham Abbey Town Council opposes service cuts
We’ve had an excellent response to our petition to save the 250 and 251 bus services – over 300 online and a couple of hundred more… Read More »Help save the 250 & 251 – be in our campaign video!
On Monday 3rd July 2017 we held a small lunchtime rally in Waltham Abbey’s Market Square to build support for our campaign to save the… Read More »Video – Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport – 3rd July 2017
Event: Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport – Monday 3rd July – 12.30-1.30pm – Waltham Abbey
Epping Forest Transport Action Group (EFTAG) has organised a lunchtime rally for Monday 3rd July to launch Catch the Bus Week and to raise awareness… Read More »Event: Epping Forest rally for buses and public transport – Monday 3rd July – 12.30-1.30pm – Waltham Abbey