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Four new night buses services are brought to you in partnership with Devon County Council. Buses will connect residential fringe areas to Exeter city centre from April 15th 2022 on Friday and Saturday nights.
As pandemic restrictions have been lifted we've teamed up with the Devon County Council public transport team to connect residential areas of Exeter to evenings out in the city centre. Exeter city centre has a variety of restaurants and leisure facilities open until late, by providing an affordable service to get people home, the partnership hopes to boost city centre economy but more importantly keep residents safe after their evening out.
Night buses will be introduced to popular corridors across the city, keeping residents connected to places of work and evenings out. Service will run hourly in each direction on Friday and Saturdays, to provide additional buses after the usual evening schedule from midnight right through until 4am.
From the 15th April night service will be launched across the following routes, click the links to view or download the new timetables:
In additional to four extra trips on route E1/E2, the night journeys will also be re routed to serve the RD&E hospital from 2357, offering a late night connection for hospital staff.
In addition to the new services, we've teamed up with Devon County Council to introduce a special £1 single fare for customers using the dedicated night bus services. If you're travelling on the Friday and Saturday dedicated night trips you'll be able to purchase the special ticket from the driver when you board. This ticket is valid for the length of your trip, whether you’re heading to the city centre or beyond. The £1 single ticket is only valid the journeys shown here.
If you're travelling earlier in the evening or across multiple buses, our niterider ticket gives you unlimited travel on our entire Stagecoach South West bus network from 19:00 until end of service, excluding the South West Falcon.
Our UNI Bus service also operates a fantastic night service on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Additional buses operate into the nights on these days from 9pm until 4am to connect the University of Exeter Streatham Campus with Exeter High Street and St James;