List Of Bus Routes In Bristol
This is a list of bus routes that operate over the Bristol metropolitan area, this includes much of the former County of Avon area. The main bus operators in the area are First Bristol and First Somerset and Avon, although Rotala under its subsidiary Flight's Hallmark trading as Wessex Bus operate a number of services.
There are also a number of other operators that operate across the area these include, Abus, Bakers Dolphin, Buglers, CT Plus, Eurotaxis, Faresaver, Megabus, National Express, North Somerset Coaches, Somerbus, South Gloucestershire Bus and Coach and Stagecoach.
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