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By Haddenham Webteam - 14th July 2013 6:30pm
Arriva has announced price rises for its local bus services, and they began last Sunday, 14th July.
On their website Arriva states:
As a result of rising costs we have had to review the price of our fares but have kept increases to a minimum.
There are no changes to the prices of our range of Day, Weekly or 4-weekly Saver tickets which continue to give great value for money.
Most singles and returns on all routes, except for the local town services in Hemel Hempstead and Milton Keynes, will increase by between 10p and 20p.
For information on local Arriva Bus Routes and Timetables, please see here
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