Christmas and New Year Service Levels
Its that time of year again where we start to prepare for time with family and friends. CT4N will be operating the following levels of service over the festive period:
Facial Coverings Update 30/11/21
Following the announcement from H.M. Government & Public Health England, made on Saturday 27th November 2021, the wearing of facial coverings on all forms of public transport (including buses, trams and trains within the UK) will become...
Driver Shortages Cause Reduction In Services
Due to driver shortages within the bus industry, we will unfortunately have to reduce service levels on several services until further notice, which is to ensure that we can maintain a reliable service.These changes will take place from Monday...
Contactless is now available on all Medilink and Linkbus services
Contactless is the new way to pay for your journey on Medilink and Linkbus services around Nottingham from Monday 1st November. You can use your contactless card or smart device to pay for all tickets on the Linkbus Network of Services ,...
Fare Increase as of 1st November
From Monday 1st November, CT4N will be increasing ticket prices across the network of services we operate.This will be the first increase in over two and a half years, which due to an increase in operating costs, alongside a reduction in...
Reduced Service on 33/33X for wk/ beg 18/10/21
Due to staff shortages this week, Service 33/33X will be operating to the following emergency timetable for the remainder of this week. We apologise for the situation, however these matters are out of our control.
CT4N Charitable Trust Nominated for 3 Awards at CTAwards
We're delighted to announce that CT4N Charitable Trust has been shortlisted in three separate categories at the Community Transport Associations’ prestigious CTAwards. Launched in 2019, the national CTAwards recognise and...
A Great Day Showcasing CT4N in Old Market Square
On Friday Elaine, Darren and Caroline from our team went down to Old Market Square with a stall to take part in the 'Ageing Well' Day ran by Nottingham City Council and Age Friendly Nottingham. The fair was ran to give more...
Local Mansfield resident wants Community Transport scheme to continue
A local Mansfield resident is urging as many elderly and disabled residents in the area to complete a survey and have their say, to help us at CT4N Charitable Trust develop our plans to improve transport in the area following the success of...
CT4N Charitable Trust Is Looking to Launch Community Transport Services
Here at CT4N Charitable Trust we are aware of the need for an affordable and accessible community transport service in Mansfield and therefore we are seeking feedback from individuals and organisations in the town so that we can...