Where is Weston to Cribbs hourly? 125: Weston-super-Mare - Wells (As service 26/126, but serving Wookey Hole, every 60 mins, single decker) 126: Weston-super-Mare - West Harptree (As 135/A2, every 120 mins, single decker) 127: Weston-super-Mare - Bristol Airport (As A2, every 120 mins, single decker) 128: Weston-super-Mare - Nailsea (As 850, every 60 mins, single decker) 129: Weston-super-Mare - Cribbs Causeway (As X5, every 120 mins, single decker) Why does Chew Magna need a link to Bath? What's the evidence? It can barely sustain a service to Bristol which is a damn sight bigger and closer so why Bath? Also, how do you suggest running a full size vehicle on the roads to Chew, either from Pensford or Stanton Wick? The A4 is hardly laden with passengers but it manages to get local passengers through Bath to Saltford/Keynsham as well as passengers from there and south Bristol and to the Airport. The actual trade from Bath to the Airport isn't very great. You've got to run where the chimney pots are and where the demand is. The fact is places like Marksbury or Stanton Wick.... in fact, the whole Chew Valley is very sparsely populated and dominated with very affluent people. Sadly, the realities are that bus services have never and will never be great in that area; there just aren't that many people. Likewise, I don't think you've got to grips with that nor that you can simply "move demand" by funnelling people from one service to something inferior. I do appreciate your time and effort on this but I think there's some fundamental issues that you have to understand and then incorporate. PS I don't know what you meant by your "keepign a depot only for those routes" line as it seems to be tacked onto some stuff about Weston where you propose to have a depot anyway?