YELLOW Buses will be reducing some services as of tomorrow (Wednesday, August 3).

Routes 1, 1a, 1b, 2, 3, 3x, 4, 5/5a, and 6 will all be operating on a reduced Saturday service.

Routes 18, 33, 36 and 737 will be operating to a normal timetable.

Services 6h, 727 and Buster’s New Forest Explorer will no longer be operating.

Travellers are being asked to check the website, app or journey planner for more information.

For details about the frequency of the bus services visit:

A spokesperson from Yellow Buses said: “We would like to thank you for your continued support during these times and thank you for travelling with Yellow Buses from all of us at Yellow Buses.”

This follows the announcement that Yellow Buses went into administration on July 29.

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The bus company, which is in its 120th year, has been handed over to Milsted Langdon LLP, a statement by the accountants said.

A loss of revenue, rising fuel prices and the general rise in inflation have all been blamed as factors for the decision.

The news serves as an “unsettling time” for the Yellow Buses’ 300 staff, but drivers are being reassured the administrators are doing “all they can” to ensure the business operates “as normal as possible”.