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Bus routes run differently due to flooding

Due to flooding, the LSE cannot run regular services on lines 8600 and 8700. No stops are cancelled but there is a diversion of about 30 minutes.

The route no longer runs directly from Meetschow to Vietze but from Meetschow via Quarnstedt, Brünkendorf to Vietze.

On line 8800, the final stop Neu Darchau Fähre cannot be used temporarily.

The journey therefore ends on the line at the Neu Darchau town centre stop.

If you have any questions, please contact the LSE: Tel. 05841 – 97 73 35.

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