Ashton upon Mersey
Includes bus 16A
Buses run by
Arriva North West
Published by GMPTE Information
PO Box 429, Manchester, M60 1HX • 0161 244 1000
29 August 2010
Times changed on Saturday
evenings. Evening, Sunday and
Public Holiday journeys are now
run by Finglands.
Changes since the last edition
Mail-out service and alternative formats
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Easy access on buses
Journeys displaying this symbol in the timetable are run with low floor buses which
have no steps at the entrance, making getting on and off easier. Where shown,
low floor buses have a ramp for access and a dedicated space for wheelchairs and
pushchairs inside the bus.
The bus operator will always try to provide easy access services where these services
are scheduled to run. In case of difficulty, please contact the bus operator.
A summary of service changes is available in
the following places:
• Web site
• Bus Station poster
• Leaflet from outlets
Using this timetable
Timetables show the direction of travel, bus
numbers and the days of the week.
• Main stops on the route are listed on the
left. Each journey reads down the page.
• Where no time is shown against a
particular stop, the bus does not stop
there on that journey.
• Check any symbols which are shown and
the meanings at the bottom of the page.
• A route plan is also included in this leaflet.
Using the 24 hour clock
Times are shown in four
figures. The first two are
the hour and the last two
are the minutes.
0921 is 21 minutes past 9am
2148 is 48 minutes past 9pm
Tickets and information
Bus companies offer a range of tickets for
use on their own buses. For travel on any
service in the County, use System One
tickets, including DaySaver.