Thames Valley invests in four Enviro200s
Thames Valley Buses announce the investment in four new Alexander Dennis Enviro200s. They are primarily for use on the operator’s 171 and 172 routes that run around South Bracknell, entering service today.
Reading Buses-owned operator says the new buses are a step-change in luxury and comfort for their customers. Among the features are coffee-shop style wood-effect flooring and high back seats. The buses also provide seat back and wireless charging and free wifi, in addition to next-stop audio and visual announcements. They will be on display in Bracknell during half term for members of the public to see all the new features.
“We are delighted to be able to bring these brand-new buses to the people of South Bracknell” – Robert Williams, Chief Executive Officer
Robert Williams, Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are delighted to be able to bring these brand-new buses to the people of South Bracknell.
“The 171/172 circular route around South Bracknell is one of our most popular services so we are proud to be able to bring this investment to the area. We are confident they will transform customer journeys and encourage more people to choose the bus.
“It is the plan that they will combine with some new buses coming to Reading Buses lion 4 later this month and follows investment in route 194 last year. This means that customers travelling between Great Hollands and Bracknell town centre will have an amazing choice of high quality, environmentally friendly new buses for their journeys.”