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New bus service aims to improve commuting links between Leeds and Bradford

Pictured at the launch of the new Leeds-Bradford Hyperlink bus service at Bradford's Centenary Square are, from the left, Metro Chairman Coun James Lewis, Dave Alexander, of First, Coun Val Slater, of Bradford Council, Coun Richard Lewis, of Leeds City Council, and Chief Executive of Bradford Council Tony Reeves.

Pictured at the launch of the new Leeds-Bradford Hyperlink bus service at Bradford's Centenary Square are, from the left, Metro Chairman Coun James Lewis, Dave Alexander, of First, Coun Val Slater, of Bradford Council, Coun Richard Lewis, of Leeds City Council, and Chief Executive of Bradford Council Tony Reeves.

All aboard for a brighter commuting future!

That was the message at the launch of a new Leeds-Bradford bus service called Hyperlink.

Transport firm First will be running a fleet of modern, extra-long vehicles on the busy 72 route through Armley, Bramley, Stanningley and Thornbury from this Sunday. (Oct 28)

First is introducing the service in partnership with West Yorkshire passenger transport authority Metro, Leeds City Council and Bradford Council.

Dave Alexander, First’s regional managing director in the north of England, hailed Hyperlink as an “exciting, strategically important project”.

The launch took place in Bradford’s Centenary Square.

 

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