Buses of Somerset announced in December 2017 a number of service changes, to take place on Sunday 4th February 2018. The alterations being introduced are to help the business ensure its long-term sustainability, as well as better matching the level of service with passenger demand — Cost & Service Cutting.
The changes announced can be found on the Buses of Somerset website : Taunton — Langport — Somerton — Yeovil: The service 54 timetable will be revised between Monday and Saturday to run every 90 minutes. The service will be timed to provide a bus approximately every 45 minutes between Somerton and Yeovil in conjunction with service 77.
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