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Blyth Town Council are introducing new Governance arrangements which will take effect from May 10 2018. The Bus Shelters will now become part of the Environment Committee, and any issues with Bus Shelters will be dealt with by said Committee.
Blyth Town Council are responsible for the inspection and cleansing of 88 bus shelters throughout Blyth following post 2003. The bus shelters are predominantly located on the main roads within Blyth. Test.
If you have noticed any problems or acts of vandalism on any of the bus shelters please get in contact with us using the email: firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone us on 01670 361668 or complete the form below with the bus shelter number and we will get straight onto it.
Over the last 3 and a half years, vandalism to the Bus Shelters has cost the Council over £15,000. If you see any vandalism on a bus shelter please let us know, or see the poster above for more information.
The Bus Shelters at both Rotary Way and Brierley Road have been repaired, as seen below.
For more information on Bus Shelters Click Here