A BUS service is being axed as it’s cheaper for the council to subsidise your taxi fare.
Denbighshire County Council are scrapping the bus service in Nantglyn, Prion and Saron and passengers can call for a taxi instead.
The taxi available on Mondays to Fridays will be the same price of a bus fare as the council will subsidise the addiontal cost.
These changes come into force on Monday, September 2.
A Denbighshire County Council spokeswoman said: “The service, supported financially by the county council, will depart Nantglyn, Saron, Prion and now Peniel at 9.15am and return from Denbigh at 12.30pm.
“All intending passengers have to do is phone the taxi operator, Vale Taxis, on 01824 790485, by 5pm the day before travel.
“Passengers who have a Cerdyn Cymru free pass will be able to travel free of charge.
“Passenger numbers on the bus service have fallen significantly and a taxi option is now cheaper and more flexible. Bus journeys at school times, however, are not affected and passengers may continue to board these journeys as usual.”
If you will be affected by these changes, contact the Free Press by calling 01352 707768 or email firstname.lastname@example.org