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Super sixties is the way for Stroud buses

22 Oct 2014

From Sunday 2 November 2014, there will be changes and improvements to a number of the bus routes and timetables throughout Stroud and South Gloucestershire. 

Stagecoach is introducing a new network for Stroud with services numbered 61, 62, 63, 64, 66 and 67. A key part of the new timetable is improved punctuality and reliability with times adjusted to reflect current traffic conditions and more recovery time before the start of each journey.

Some routes see more buses throughout the day. This includes the Gloucester to Stroud service via Brookthorpe and Whiteshill which will now operate every 30 minutes with all journeys extending beyond Stroud to Nailsworth and Forest Green. In addition the frequency of buses between Stonehouse and Gloucester will double to every 30 minutes.

During the evening there will be more buses between Stroud, Stonehouse and Gloucester with an hourly service and on Saturday nights, buses will run for the first time in years between Stroud and Cheltenham. In addition, a new evening service will be introduced between Stroud and Cashes Green. There will also be more buses on Sundays on routes into Gloucester from Stroud.

Rupert Cox, managing director, Stagecoach West, said: “This is an exciting time for bus services in the Stroud and South Gloucestershire area. These are the biggest changes to timetables and routes for the area for decades. We believe that they will encourage more people to travel by bus especially as our most popular season ticket – the 1 week Stroud megarider’ will be reduced to just £10 during November.” 

There are many other changes to routes and timetables, details of which are now available on buses and on our website