The Bus Station in Green Street in Truro is to be closed for maintenance and refurbishment for approximately ten weeks from Monday 26th March.
Buses will operate from the following city centre locations:
- Services T1, T2, 85 & 87:Arrive at Boscawen Street Depart from Victoria Square
- Services 46, 47 & T3:Arrive at Boscawen Street Depart from Lemon Quay
- Services U1, 36 & 66:Arrive at Lemon Quay Depart from Lemon Quay
- Services 22, 27, 50, 51, 90, 92, 93, 94 & 95:Arrive at Quay Street Depart from Boscawen Street
The works are taking place to bring the station in line with the One Public Transport System for Cornwall (OPTSfC) project which is aimed at creating an integrated public transport system.
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An investigation has started following an armed robbery at Michael Spiers Jewellers on Lemon Street, Truro.
Officers were notified just before 10am on Wednesday 10 January, to reports of an armed robbery involving several men at the jewellers.
A member of the public is believed to have been injured in the incident. His injuries are said to be minor.
We have reports that four to five armed men entered the jewellers. A firearm has been seized at the scene.
It is believed that a noxious liquid was sprayed at a member of the public, his injuries are being treated as minor and paramedics treated him at the scene.
This is an extremely rare incident to happen in Truro and thankfully no one was seriously harmed in the incident.
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Trains between Falmouth and Truro have been suspended after a lorry collided with a bridge.
The heavy goods vehicle struck the bridge at Penmere Hill at about 11.30am this morning.
The Great Western Railway service between Truro and Falmouth Docks has been suspended, after a road vehicle hit a bridge.
Trains are running at a reduced speed on the line.
Some services may be changed, cancelled or delayed by up to 30 minutes.
The disruption is expected to last until 1.30pm, today, 11 October.
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