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11 Oct 2016

· Service 35 remains a half hourly service between Banff and Aberdeen
· All service 308 journeys will serve Glack
· Minor timing revisions to services in Buchan

From Monday 24th October bus passengers in Aberdeenshire will see changes to their bus services. 

Service 35 will remain as a half hourly service between Banff and Aberdeen, connections between Banff and Elgin will reduce in frequency to an hourly service due to low passenger use on the service between Banff and Buckie. 

The existing Buckie town service (service 38) will welcome an extension to Elgin from 24th October. The extension will also serve Arradoul, Fochabers and Lhanbryde. This will allow residential areas of Buckie to be connected to Elgin who would have previously had to connect with service 35. The combination of service 38 and service 35 will ensure a half-hourly service is maintained between Buckie and Elgin. 

All service 308 journeys will serve Glack from the 24th October meaning that 5 journeys per day Monday - Friday will connect to Inverurie from the area.

Services in the Buchan area will see minor timing revisions to improve reliability connecting to Ellon Park and Ride as well as Aberdeen.  

Mark Whitelocks, Managing Director for Stagecoach North Scotland said: "Our overall aim is to provide a better, more efficient and more reliable package of services to our customers. The changes we are making to services in Aberdeenshire reflect current travel trends in the area. Passengers can also now track their bus live using the Stagecoach app so there really hasn't ever been a better time to try bus travel in the area."

All timetables from 24th October are now available online below:

Timetables from 24th October