Nearly £50m is coming to Norfolk to improve the bus service over the next three years.
This will be spent on a number of things including new bus lanes in King’s Lynn and a travel hub in Hunstanton with better waiting areas and real-time information of when services arrive and leave.
All West Norfolk bus stops will be reviewed to see if disabled access can be improved and more information offered.
New and expanded bus routes and an increased service in some areas is also being promised although there is no information yet on where this will happen.
Martin Wilby, the county councillor responsible for Highways, Infrastructure and Transport, said: “This is a robust plan which was developed with operators and influenced by feedback from more than 1500 Norfolk residents who took part in a recent consultation. More services and increased frequencies are key to enabling people to travel around the county by public transport and so it’s good to see that a significant amount of the funding will be used for this. The planned changes to infrastructure will reduce delays which will ensure an efficient and reliable service for passengers.”