|Konectbus Rackheath depot can now house 20 buses (Sam Larke)|
This week's Notices and Proceedings Document from The Office of the Traffic Commissioner East of England area was circulated this morning, and contains a few details relevant to the Norfolk area.
Both Konectbus and Lynx have amended their depot authorisations with Lynx increasing their allowance to 11 vehicles and Konectbus raising the allowance at the Rackheath depot to 20 vehicles respectively.
The only new service noted as newly registered in the entire document comes from First Eastern Counties in Lowestoft, with a registration for new service 103 from December 6th.
Registrations for new services granted under short notice come from Coach Services - service 86A between Brandon and Bury St Edmunds via Thetford, school days only from November 16th.
Applications to vary services granted under short notice come from First Eastern Counties, with school services 882 (Carlton Colville-East Norfolk Sixth Form College) from December 6th and 925 (Halesworth-Bungay High School) from November 1st. Simonds also make an appearance in this section with services 304 and 338 (Diss-Bury St Edmunds) effective from November 16th.