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Bus Timetable Revisions in Highlands

30 Mar 2016

In April bus passengers in the Highlands will see changes to some of their services. The changes are being introduced to reflect changing levels of use by regular passengers and are intended to help make it even easier to commute by bus.

Many of the timetable revisions are minor re-timings to ensure the timetables reflect the running times of services during peak and off-peak travel times. 

Steve Walker, Managing Director for Stagecoach North Scotland said: "The company is always keen to hear feedback from our customers. Our overall aim is to provide a better, more efficient and more reliable package of services to our customers. We are delighted to be able to introduce the morning and evening connections to Inverness College from Badenoch and Strathspey and hope these connections make the commute to the campus by bus much easier for our customers. "

"We continue to work closely with the local authorities to provide the best possible service to meet the requirements of the local communities in the Highlands."

11th April Changes
Service 31/32/33/34/34X/37/38/38A/38B/39/39A - Badenoch and Strathspey - direct links to Inverness College in morning and evening peaks introduced from Newtonmore, Kingussie, Aviemore, Nethy Bridge, Boat of Garten, Grantown and Tomatin. Journeys operated by low floor buses are also now highlighted on this timetable. 
Service 80 - Thurso - John O'Groats - Staxigoe - minor timing revisions

18th April Changes
Service 10/X10 - Aberdeen - Inverness - minor timing revisions
Service 11/11A - Elgin - Inverness - minor timing revisions

All timetables from 11th and 18th April are now available online here