The cuts include Sunday services withdrawn from service 3 (Westham) and service 8 (Chickerell).
Buses on these routes will also reduce to every 30 minutes Monday-Saturday and will end at 7.30pm, instead of running into late evening.
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Whilst on service 10, it is hoped the changes will improve the reliability as roadworks continue to take place in Dorchester. A lot of youngsters rely on services to get back from after school clubs and to see friends, and people use the service to get home." Mike Kelly, President of Weymouth and Portland Access Group, said the changes will cause loneliness for those in isolated communities.
Weymouth resident Jackie Isbell, chairman of the First Bus Panel, said she was not informed of the changes, and said there will be particular problems for those who rely on Westham and Chickerell buses later in the evening. He said: "It is very serious for people who are stranded.
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"It will also make it difficult for younger people to consider living in outline communities." Cllr Christine James, who represents Westham, said: "It is another one of First Buses ideas- let’s go and cut more people off and cut more buses.