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Stagecoach West Scotland holding public information day for proposed timetable changes

23 Oct 2018

Stagecoach West Scotland is inviting customers and community groups across Ayrshire to provide feedback on bus timetable proposals planned for January 2019 for a number of routes on their Ayrshire Network.

The company is encouraging customers to review the proposals and share their thoughts, whether in support of the revisions, highlighting concerns or sharing their own suggestions.  Customers have the option to share their opinions via a short online survey, by completing our on bus survey forms or by attending our public information day on Monday 29th October 2018 at Ayr Town Hall, Sandgate, Ayr.


A number the proposed changes will deliver improvements for customers through improved reliability and frequency, while others will offer a service proportionate to demand.   

Fraser Smith, Commercial Director, Stagecoach West Scotland said: “We value the views of the local community and want to give our customers the opportunity to share their thoughts on the proposed service changes.  Our aim is to provide better, more efficient and more reliable services to our customers.”

Proposed changes will affect the following services: 1, 2, 3. 6, 7, 14 / 14A, X16, X17, 42 / X42 and X77.

Leaflets explaining the changes will be available on board our buses, at Ayr bus station and online at