Islanders offered free bus journeys until June

Credit: LibertyBus on Flickr

LibertyBus' Route 20 and 24 will be free for the rest of May to promote the TownLink service.

Customers are being offered the chance to use the services for free until 1 June 2024.

Kevin Hart, Managing Director of LibertyBus, says they are excited to offer the service free of charge for the next 10 days.

"We are aiming to facilitate more individuals in experiencing the benefits of public transportation, especially during Alternative Transport Week."

The Minister for Infrastructure, Constable Andy Jehan, says he welcomes this initiative from LibertyBus and thanks them for their recent work to formalise and more heavily promote this important service in St Helier.

"We need to ensure Islanders can get around town with ease, without hassle, and the TownLink service joins together so many of our key landmarks.

"The service has been operating nearly two years and we are committed to its long-term future, which is why the Government of Jersey has invested in the roadside and on-road infrastructure.

"I encourage islanders and visitors alike to try the service as a convenient way of travelling across town."

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