Matchday bus routes

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Matchday bus routes

Post by josie andrews » Wed Jan 29, 2020 12:56 pm

Matchday buses return for 2020 Season

Tyrers will provide two bus routes to and from the DW Stadium

Routes from Chorley and Westhoughton

Wigan Warriors have relaunched their matchday bus service for the 2020 season with Tyrers Coaches, running two routes from Chorley and Westhoughton.

The routes will provide travel to and from the DW Stadium on every matchday during the 2020 Betfred Super League season.

Buses will pick up and drop off at the bus stop outside the Robin Park Arena at 21:45 on Thursday evening.

Prices for travel are as follows:

£3 for an Adults Single ticket
£4 for an Adults Return ticket
£2 for an U16 Single ticket
£3 for an U16 Return ticket
Fans can get on the buses at any normal bus stop along the designated routes.

See the three different routes and times below:

Service 1: Westhoughton, Hindley Green, Hindley & Ince

Click HERE to view the Number 1 Service route.

Service 2: Chorley, Coppull, Standish, Shevington

Click HERE to view the Number 2 Service route.

For general enquires please email

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