The Council have been working with local bus company TLC to make it easier for people to get to the Oastler Market. A new shuttle bus service is being launched that will run between the Interchange and the Oastler Market at the top of town. An initiative welcomed both by traders and shoppers, should see an increase in footfall in both city centre markets.
The new Markets Shuttle Service will be delivered by local bus company TLC as part of existing routes in the city centre. People will be able to catch either the 635 or the 676 from Stand 1 at the Interchange to take them to the market and the 635, 643 or the 644 from either bus stop J1 on John Street or W4 on Westgate to the Interchange.
The service will cost 50p each way and all MCards and concessionary passes will be valid on the service.
Coun Alex Ross-Shaw, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Regeneration, Planning and transport, said: “This partnership between our markets, TLC and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) will make it easier for people to get to the businesses in our Oastler Market.“