Will your local bus service receive additional funding?

The government has announced which areas of England will receive funding to boost bus services.

Here is a list of the 31 successful applicants and the amount they received in the last round of the Bus Service Improvement Program:

Blackburn with Darwen and Lancashire: £34.2m

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: £8.9m

Brighton and Hove: £27.9m

Bedfordshire Centre: £3.7m

City of York: £17.4 million

Cornwall (including the Isles of Scilly): £13.3m

Derby City: £7 million

Derbyshire: £47m

Devon: £14.1 million

East Sussex: £41.4m

Greater Manchester: £94.8m

Hertfordshire: £29.7 million

Kent: £35.1m

Liverpool City Region: £12.3m

Luton: £19.1m

Norfolk: £49.6 million

North East and North Tyne: £163.5m

North East Lincolnshire: £4.7m

City of Nottingham: £11.4 million

Nottinghamshire: £18.7 million

Oxfordshire: £12.7 million

Portsmouth: £48.3m

Reading: £26.3m

Somerset: £11.9 million

Stoke-on-Trent: £31.7m

Warrington: £16.2 million

West Berkshire: £2.6 million

West Midlands: £87.9m

West of England and North Somerset: £105.5m

West Sussex: £17.4m

West Yorkshire: £70 million

Melvin Z. Madore