New late night bus will connect Wakefield and Leeds

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A new late night bus service between Wakefield and Leeds is being launched.

Bus operator Arriva has said the new “night rider” service will run into the early hours of the morning each Friday and Saturday night.

The N10 service, which starts on Friday, November 4, will take around 30 minutes to get between Wakefield and Leeds, connecting people in Hunslet, Belle Isle, Robin Hood, Loftwood and Outwood with both cities.

Introductory fares will cost £3 for a single and £4 for a return. Tickets for the new service can be bought on Arriva’s existing 110 Sapphire service after 7pm and on the new N10 route.

For the N10 route and timetable visit the Arriva website at www.arrivabus.co.uk/yorkshire

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