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Uno Bus Update

An update regarding the current Uno bus issues

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We are aware of the issues regarding the Uno buses, particularly the 610 route. Over the last week your Elected Officers and School Community Organisers have been in multiple conversations with the University passing along your student feedback. Due to this the University have taken the following actions:


"Additional coaches are being introduced on the 610 Uno bus route from Luton interchange to campus. They will leave Luton interchange in the morning and travel direct (with no stops) to both de Havilland and College Lane campuses. In the evening, the coaches will depart from the Forum, College Lane, direct to Luton interchange. For those travelling from de Havilland campus, you’ll still be able to use the normal bus service in the evening.  

Uno are also now using bigger buses on route 612 to provide more seats for those coming from Luton in the mornings and travelling back in the evenings. Details of these services can be found on the Uno bus website

Anyone choosing to travel on one of the new buses must pay for their ticket before boarding. You can buy tickets through the Uno bus iPhone app, android app or the Uno website. And there are no extra charges when you pay for your ticket in advance."


If you have any further comments regarding these issues, please get in contact with Osama your VP Community - who meets with Uno and the University on a regular basis.


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