2A and 4 are services in Corby
Mr Mackintosh said he hoped North Gate would help revitalise the surrounding area and the Drapery while also benefiting market traders. Northampton Borough Council has also defended its decision to charge passengers 20p to use the toilets at the new bus station. Mr Mackintosh said: “It is fairly standard to charge for toilet facilities."
He also said: “People have been saying it’s much too small, but what you have to remember is that Greyfriars was a home to the entire bus fleet and it was the base for large offices above. The buses will not be staying overnight at the new bus station.”
“We have actually taken in a lot more of the land around the Fishmarket and it is much bigger than people realise."
We are sure that our blog readers will be able to make the comparisons. And even work out how having offices above Greyfriars bus station affects the number of buses using the stands. Even fbb struggles with that piece of political misdirection.