Stagecoach Services to Increase From 18th April 2021
Service Increase from 18th April 2021 - Stagecoach West Scotland is introducing revised timetables to some bus services in West Scotland in line with Scottish Governments Covid-19 restrictions easing.
Adjusted timetables will operate across the region from Sunday 18th April 2021 until further notice. Timetables have been carefully adjusted to ensure that critical routes remain in operation for key workers and essential travel. The following services have been revised from Sunday 18th April 2021, please click on the links below to download a copy of the timetable.
To keep everyone safe the Scottish Government advice is to stay local and only travel outwith your council area for essential purposes. We've put measures in place to allow you to make essential journeys safely.
Please avoid peak times, use contactless payment when you can and wear a face covering unless exempt.
Further guidance can be found on the Scottish Government website here
All of our timetables for bus services across West Scotland can now be downloaded from the timetable section of the website here, or viewed on the Stagecoach Bus App. We would like to remind customers that it is compulsory to wear a face covering when travelling by public transport in Scotland. To find out more about how to stay safe when travelling by bus click here.
Our enhanced cleaning regimes remain in place and we have also fitted protective screens to all of our buses between the driver and customer. As an additional protective measure we would appreciate if you can pay for your journey using contactless payment or purchase your ticket in advance on the Stagecoach Bus app.
All of our buses have social distancing on board, this means there is a reduced maximum capacity. This is in place to help you comply with current Scottish Government social distancing advice while on your journey. To help you plan your journey in advance, we’ve introduced a busy bus indicator available on our app. Find out more here.
Our travel shops in Kilmarnock, Ayr and Irvine remain closed until further notice and as a result phone lines are not being monitored. If you would like journey planning advice by phone, please contact Traveline Scotland 0871 200 2233
We thank you for your patience at this time. Any updates to services will be posted in this section of the website and on our Twitter account.