The future of the bus shelters on Tudor Road, which have not had a service for over 2 years, remains uncertain.
Not surprisingly the shelters are in good condition.
There is a site, at the Gale Lane end, which could accommodate a shelter, and which does lie on the now clockwise route taken by the number 4 service.
There are no notices in the shelters (or on the bus stop signs) indicating that the bus service only serves the opposite side of the road.
Even then the alternative bus stops are a testing sprint away.
Anyone texting the bus stop identification code to the information service gets a text back saying that no service is expected within the next 4 hours.
4 years more likely.
The stop reference (e.g. 32900872) produces no useful information when keyed into the “Bus York” mobile phone app. See https://www.itravelyork.info/journey-planning/free-bus-apps/
Many people living in the Tudor Road area would prefer to see a 2-way service reintroduced.
If such a change is not imminent, the Council and bus service providers need to initiate a review of the quality of bus stop information, and shelter arrangements, that they provide in the area.
Abandoned bus shelters can be a magnet for anti-social behaviour, so some prompt action is required.