New Limited Company CT4N formed

New Limited Company CT4N formed

The year started with the introduction of Ecolink (formerly Citylink 2) and Centrelink was extended to serve Queens Drive Park & Ride, which replaced the previous Citylink 1 service. Further drivers were required to operate these services and another large recruitment programme was undertaken. Working alongside Space Inclusive based in Sherwood Nottingham, we started to undertake SEN transportation for their clients taking them to/from home and introduced placement working. Services L10, L11, L14 were also transferred from Nottingham City Transport to Nottingham Community Transport. Services L33 and W3 were replaced with service L2, creating new daytime links between Nottingham Business Park and the City throughout the day. Budget cuts from the City Council meant that one Easylink vehicle was removed from service. A further SEN contract operated on behalf of Notts County Council was introduced for young adults attending Arthur Mee in Stapleford. The charity also started preparations for splitting the local bus operations and our charitable operations by forming a new company called CT4N with a commencement date of January 2018