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Stagecoach announces more buses on Knaphill to Woking bus service

29 Apr 2022

Stagecoach announces more buses on Knaphill to Woking bus service

Stagecoach has announced that the service 91 bus route, between Knaphill, Goldsworth Park and Woking town centre, will see more buses added, to enhance the timetable frequency, from 1st May 2022.

On weekdays, buses will run every 10 minutes during the daytime, every 12 minutes during morning and afternoon peak-times, and half-hourly in the evening.

On Saturdays, buses will run every 12 minutes during the daytime, every 15 minutes during the late afternoon, and half-hourly in the evening.

On Sundays & Bank Holidays, buses will run every 20 minutes ,There'll also be earlier and later buses. Hourly services to and from  Pirbright, Worplesdon and Guildford will be retained from the previous timetable.

Graham Harmer, Surrey Operations Manager for Stagecoach said “We are pleased to be able to increase the timetable frequency on the service 91.

“We hope local residents will help to ensure its success, by taking full advantage of the increased service provision between Knaphill and Woking town centre, as well as travelling beyond on the wider Stagecoach bus network.”

"These latest changes provide an opportunity to help reduce car usage, making Woking and Surrey a cleaner and greener place to live.
 

Click here for more information, including the new timetable.

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Graham Harmer, Operations Manager, Stagecoach.