National Express reveals extra journeys between Coventry, Rugby and London

National Express has revealed it is going to increase journeys between Coventry, Rugby and London. The 460 service from Coventry and Rugby to Heathrow and London is set to offer more services from Friday, May 24.

It comes as the firm continues to invest in its fleet, with 150 brand new vehicles expected to hit the roads this year. Ed Rickard, Network Director for National Express UK and Ireland, said: "With continued investment in our coach network, including the enhanced 460 service between Coventry, Rugby, Heathrow and London, we are making it even easier for savvy travellers to save their money for their holidays, with convenient, great value travel and a guaranteed seat.

"More and more people are choosing to travel with National Express as a reliable, affordable and sustainable way to get around, and we're responding by investing in new vehicles and services while delivering a brilliant customer experience for a relaxing, comfortable journey."

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National Express says it is also amending other services during May to provide customers with more efficient journeys and options for travel. As a result, from May 17:

  • 170: revised daily services between Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds - introducing Warrington (Hulme) to the network and also serving Manchester Airport

  • 171: revised daily services between Liverpool, Manchester, Bradford and Leeds - also serving Warrington (Hulme) and Manchester Airport

  • 131: increased daily services between Birmingham and Yorkshire - with new early morning journey from Birmingham and new early evening journey from Yorkshire

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