Aug 13, 2020

National Express to use jobs bonus to cut bus fares

National Express has said it will use £4m from the government's Job Retention Bonus scheme to cut fares on its West Midlands and Dundee bus routes. National Express said it would claim £4m from the Job Retention Bonus scheme for staff on its West Midlands and Dundee bus services, suggesting 4,000 workers will be brought back from furlough and employed until at least January. National Express is the biggest bus operator in the West Midlands, carrying about 90% of the region's passengers. "Tom Stables, managing director of National Express UK, said:"By using our allowance from the chancellor's job retention bonus to reduce fares across the West Midlands, we are investing in the future of our region. AFP. National Express Group is best known for its coach services, but also runs bus, train and tram routes in the UK and overseas.

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