Improvements are being made to local bus services in Daventry so that they can better serve the local community.
West Northamptonshire Council has been working with Stagecoach to improve the local bus services in Daventry, with the financial support of Prologis UK. Service changes will improve the work, leisure and shopping transport links for local residents.
Having listened to the feedback of residents, West Northamptonshire Council has announced service improvements to multiple routes around Daventry.Cllr Phil Larratt, Cabinet Member for Environment, Transport, Highways and Waste
Working together with Stagecoach and Prologis UK, the council has been able to enhance bus services within Daventry, as well as improving the connections to both Northampton and DIRFT.
Prologis UK has provided financial support to this improvement project which has enabled better connections between Daventry and DIRFT.
As a long-term investor at DIRFT, we’re pleased to be able to positively contribute to improving public transport facilities around the site and wider Daventry area. As a site which employs over 9,000 people in Northamptonshire, we hope the new services allow more people from local communities to gain exciting career opportunities in the logistics sector.Dave Mellor, Prologis UK
These changes to the Stagecoach services come in response to customer demand as well as feedback from residents.
West Northamptonshire Council and Prologis at DIRFT have been able to design a new network that better meets the needs of people living and working in Daventry and DIRFT.
Mark Whitelocks, Stagecoach Midlands Managing Director, said:“The changes provide a simpler bus network with links that will provide new travel opportunities to those working in and around DIRFT. These enhancements demonstrate what can be achieved through working in partnership.“