VIDEO: Bradford Wi-fi bus unveiled by First

Councillors David Green and Val Slater with First operations manager Barry Jones and workshop planner Andy Crowther with one of the company’s new buses

Councillors David Green and Val Slater with First operations manager Barry Jones and workshop planner Andy Crowther with one of the company’s new buses

First published in News

Twelve new buses for Bradford with free Wi-fi were unveiled by First yesterday.

The low emission Volvo vehicles worth £2 million will operate on the 607 ThorntonHolme Wood circular.

Bradford Council leader Councillor David Green said: “This latest investment by First is welcome news for the people of Bradford and will add to the improving quality of bus experience for customers.”

Barry Jones, operations manager for First in Bradford, said: “These new buses deliver a great travelling experience for our customers and I’m sure new features like free Wi-fi will make travelling by bus even more attractive.”

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