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Herberts School Bus timetable. Maulden to Alameda and Redborne. 2014/2015 2nd Sept 2014
Redborne Alameda School Bus timetable
Pay as you go fares from Maulden and Clophill are £1.30 each way.

Term bus passes are available in the following document.
http://www.mauldenvillage.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Redborne_Alameda_Bus_Pass_Pack1.pdf.
Source: http://www.herberts-travel.co.uk/timetables/4574756944
Create a New Cycle Track Between Maulden and Ampthill - Petition
To: Central Bedfordshire Council
In recent years the number of people cycling has grown enormously and increasing numbers of children from Maulden need to travel to schools in Ampthill.
We would like a cycle path from Maulden to Ampthill to keep cyclists and other road users safe.

https://www.change.org/p/highways-department-create-a-cycle-track-between-maulden-and-ampthill. August 2014
Source: Me (page editor) 24th August 2014
Herberts Travel School Bus Travel Hello. This is Kylie from Herberts Travel. I just wanted to let you know that Herberts Travel are running a Pay-as-You-Go (£1.30 each journey - £2.60 per day) or term pass (£175.20 - £2.40 per day) service through Maulden starting in September 2014 going to Alameda MS and Redborne US. The Route Number is RA3. To apply for a pass or to view timetable please go to our website www.herberts-travel.co.uk for more details or phone our office on 01234 342 057. Have a great day!  Source: Maulden Voice, 19th August 2014
Road Closure - New Road, Maulden Notice from Central Beds Council - Proposed Emergency/Temporary Road Closure – New Rd, Maulden Application from: Amey for CBC – Ivor Mitchell - 03003008049 Reason: Emergency Tree Works Length affected: Junction with Flitwick Rd to A507 Date: The closure is expected to take place on Wednesday 3rd September from 0800-1800 Alternative Route : Head south on Flitwick Rd towards New Rd, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A507, Turn left onto New Rd , Turn left to stay on New Rd to site and vice versa. Source: Maulden Voice, 14th August 2014