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24 Nov 2015
Stagecoach East Scotland have launched a new Christmas shopper service this week.
The new X52 route, which operates between Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Livingston via Halbeath Park and Ride, Ferrytoll Park & Ride and Kirkliston. The route will operate a daily return journey from Monday 23 November 2015 until Sunday 3 January 2016 inclusive (excluding Christmas Day and New Year's Day).
By serving both Halbeath Park & Ride and Ferrytoll Park & Ride, the route is accessible to many more people across Fife using the Stagecoach Express City Connect network.
The new service, operated by a luxury coach, allows Fife residents to shop at The Centre and Livingston Designer Outlet during the festive period.
Costing just £10.40 for unlimited travel to and from Livingston, the Fife dayrider+ ticket can be bought from the driver and provides great value travel by covering the return journey from Fife to Livingston as well as all routes across Fife.
Stagecoach would like to remind customers that there may be some alterations to bus timetables over the Christmas and New Year period across the region. Customers are advised to check stagecoachbus.com for updates.