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Timetables in the South West

UPDATE: 23.05.22

Works at Wheatridge Lane Bridge, Livermead have now been completed. Therefore revised timetables will be in operation on the 12, 22, and GOLD services. We are also pleased to welcome back our open top service 122, connecting Paignton with Torquay and St Marychurch. Links to download the timetables can be found below. 

 

Timetable changes April 10th 2022

 

We are making changes to some of the timetables across our network from Sunday 10th April 2022. In response to changes in passenger demand following the pandemic we have reviewed our timetables to maintain our most popular connections and provide a service that meets the changing needs of the communities we serve.  Our new timetables have been designed to ensure that popular corridors across our network maintain good combined frequencies with plenty of buses to keep our customers connected to places of work or days and evenings out.

 

In Exeter new night bus services will be introduced in partnership with Devon County Council on  Friday and Saturday nights operating hourly from midnight until 4am.

 

Our popular open top buses will also be launched for the summer season providing daily tours of the stunning scenery and attractions across Devon. 

 

Please keep an eye on our disruptions page in the run up to our new timetables coming into force. We have pulled together a simpler way to view journeys that are still experiencing some disruption to make it much easier for you to plan your trip.

 

Below is a brief summary of the changes, timetables will be available for download very soon.

 

In Exeter City Centre

A (Alphington - Thornpark Rise via City Centre)

To improve operational efficiency, there are changes to the daily evening timetable. On Sundays and Public Holidays the daytime frequency will be every 30 minutes, which is designed to better match passenger demand and to reflect frequency on other days of operation.

Working in partnership with Devon County Council, a new night bus service will be introduced on  Friday and Saturday nights operating hourly from midnight until 4am.

 

B (Exeter - Exminster)

Monday to Saturday early evening journeys between the Bus Station and Matford Park and Ride will be replaced by a hourly frequency between the Bus Station and Exminster, providing a combined 30 minute frequency with Service 2.

0629 Monday to Friday journey from Bus Station and 0653 Monday to Friday (Service 2B) journey from Matford Park and Ride will be merged into one through journey.

Sunday and Public Holiday journeys between Bus Station and Matford Park and Ride to be withdrawn due to low passenger demand, however, there will continue to be journeys between Bus Station and Exminster every 60 minutes.

 

E1/E2 (City Centre – Exwick)

Monday to Sunday evening journeys after 1900 will operate hourly on each service, providing a combined 30 minute frequency, with Sunday daytime journey also operating hourly.

Daily evening journeys will terminate at High Street, as opposed to Odeon, however, passengers can remain on the vehicle, which will continue to Sidwell Street as Service A.

Working in partnership with Devon County Council, a new night bus service will be introduced on  Friday and Saturday nights operating hourly from midnight until 4am, with buses operating via the RD&E Hospital.

 

F1/F2 (City Centre – Beacon Heath)

Monday to Sunday evening journeys after 1900 will operate hourly on each service, providing a combined 30 minute frequency, with Sunday daytime journey also operating hourly.

Sunday early morning journeys before 1000 will no longer serve Union Road on Service F2 and

daily and evening journeys will terminate at Odeon, as opposed to Sidwell Street, however, passengers can remain on the vehicle, which will continue to Sidwell Street as Service E1/E2.

 

H/H1/H2 (West Garth Road / Exeter St David’s – RD&E Hospital)

Monday to Friday Service H journeys between Exeter St David’s and RD&E Hospital will be withdrawn to improve route performance and reflect passenger demand, however, Services H1/H2 will continue to provide a combined 30 minute frequency, with other services also serving RD&E Hospital and Barrack Road. 

Monday to Friday morning peak journeys are re-timed in some cases to improve reliability and punctuality. 

 

I/J (City Centre – Digby)

Monday to Sunday evening short journeys between Whipton and City Centre will be withdrawn, with a 60 minute frequency along the entire route continuing.

Sunday and Public Holiday daytime frequency will be every 60 minutes.

Working in partnership with Devon County Council, a new night bus service will be introduced on  Friday and Saturday nights operating hourly from midnight until 4am.

 

L (City Centre – Pinhoe)

Monday to Saturday evening frequency after 1900 will be every 60 minutes.

Sunday and Public Holiday daytime frequency will be every 60 minutes, with journeys between Pinhoe and South Street in the City Centre withdrawn.

Working in partnership with Devon County Council, a new night bus service will be introduced on  Friday and Saturday nights operating hourly from midnight until 4am.

 

K (City Centre – Whipton – Science Park)

Monday to Saturday frequency will be every 30 minutes to better reflect demand for the service. 

 

T (City Centre – Topsham Quay)

Monday to Sunday evening journeys will be withdrawn, however Services I/J or 57 will provide an alternative for the majority of passengers.

 

Service X (Whipton – Honiton Road Park & Ride)

Sunday and Public Holiday journeys are withdrawn due to low passenger demand.

 

Service Y (Alphington – Matford Park & Ride via Exwick and City Centre)

Sunday and Public Holiday journeys are withdrawn due to low passenger demand.

Monday to Friday and Saturday journeys will start at Broadway, as opposed to Alphington due to low passenger demand. 

 

Z (Exminster – Matford Park & Ride via Honiton Road Park & Ride)

Sunday and Public Holiday journeys are withdrawn due to low passenger demand.

 

Red (City Centre – Honiton Road Park & Ride)

Sunday and Public Holiday frequency will be every 30 minutes.

 

Exeter Connections

 

Longer Distance Routes

2 (Exeter – Newton Abbot via Dawlish)

Minor changes to the timetable on all days of operation designed to improve reliability and punctuality of buses. 

Sunday and Public Holiday short journeys between Exeter and Dawlish will be withdrawn, with an hourly frequency between Exeter and Newton Abbot via Dawlish still offered. Services B and 2 will provide a combined 30 minute frequency between Exeter and Exminster.

 

6/6A (Exeter – Bude via Okehampton)

Service 6 1100 Monday to Friday and Saturday journey from Bude is re-timed to improve punctuality. 

Service 6A 0603 Monday to Friday journey from Bude to Okehampton is brought forward to 0558 to allow additional running time and to improve connections. 

 

9/9A (Exeter – Honiton / Lyme Regis via Sidmouth)

Due to reducing passenger demand and to improve reliability and punctuality, Service 9/9A will no longer serve Greendale Vaccination Centre.

A small number of early evening departures from Exeter are withdrawn due to low passenger demand and close proximity to alternative departures.

 

39 (Exeter – Newton Abbot via Bovey Tracey)

1950 Monday to Friday and 0015 Monday to Saturday journeys from Newton Abbot to Exeter and the 2305 Monday to Saturday journey from Exeter to Newton Abbot are withdrawn due to low passenger demand.

 

271 (Bovey Tracey – Widecombe)

The Saturday timetable will resume on Saturday 28 May 2022 and will operate until Saturday 29 October 2022.

The Monday to Friday timetable will resume on Monday 25 July 2022 and will operate until Friday 2 September 2022.

 

 

 

In North Devon

19 (North Devon District Hospital to Roundswell via Town Centre)

Monday to Friday and Saturday timetables are revised slightly to improve reliability and punctuality.

 

21 (Ilfracombe to Westward Ho! via Barnstaple and Bideford)

Monday to Friday and Saturday daytime frequency between Ilfracombe and Westwood Ho! is increased from every 60 minutes to every 30 minutes to provide additional capacity over the summer season.

 

21A (Braunton to Appledore via Barnstaple and Bideford)

Monday to Friday and Saturday daytime frequency between Appledore to Barnstaple is increased from every 60 minutes to every 30 minutes to provide additional capacity over the summer season.

 

75/ A/ B (Barnstaple or Londonderry Farm to Great Torrington via Bideford)

Minor timetable changes to improve reliability and punctuality.

 

319 319 (Barnstaple to Hartland / Bude via Bideford, Ford, Woolsery and Clovelly)

Minor timetable changes to improve reliability and punctuality.

 

921 (Pilton Community Colleges)

Minor timetable change to the Service 921 PM journey to provide additional running time between Pilton Community College and Railway Station.

 

 

 

In Plymouth

1 (Plymouth to Tavistock via Derriford)

The Monday to Friday 0804 (schooldays only) from Woolwell Roundabout will now start from Tavistock at 0725 to ensure a better arrival time for Plymouth High School.

Two new departures, a 2200 from Tavistock and a 2300 from Plymouth will be introduced Monday to Saturday following feedback from our customers.  

 

91 (Dartmouth Park and Ride)

Service will resume for the summer season.

 

92 (Dartmouth to Totnes)

Minor timetable changes.

 

101 (City Centre to George Junction Park and Ride)

Monday to Saturday daytime frequency will be every 20 minutes, which reflects current reduced demand.

 

GOLD (Plymouth to Torquay via Totnes and Paignton)

Changes to the timetable on each day of operation at the start and end of the day. There is no change to the frequency of the service. Works at Wheatridge Lane bridge have now been completed, therefore buses will now serve Torquay.

 

X38 (Plymouth to Exeter via Buckfastleigh)

1820 Monday to Saturday journey from Exeter to South Brent will be extended through to Plymouth.

1922 Monday to Saturday journey from South Brent to Exeter will be withdrawn due to low passenger demand. 

There will be no changes to Sunday and Public Holiday timetable.

  


In Torquay

12 (Newton Abbot – Brixham via Torquay and Paignton)

Works at Wheatridge Lane bridge have now been completed, therefore we are now reverting back to the previous timetable on Route 22.

22 Paignton South Devon College – Paignton – Torquay – St Marychurch – Teignmouth – Dawlish

Works at Wheatridge Lane bridge have now been completed, therefore we are now reverting back to the previous timetable on Route 22.

35A/35C (Torquay – The Willows via Torbay Hospital)

The Monday to Saturday daytime frequency on each service will be every 30 minutes, which will provide a combined 15 minute frequency.

Daily evening trips after 1900 will better reflect passenger demand,  operating every 60 minutes, which will provide a combined 30 minute frequency.

 

110 (Torquay – Totnes)

Slight amendment to the morning journey to terminate at King Edward VI School.

 

122 Babbacombe - Torquay - Paignton - Goodrington On 23rd May the open top service will return for the summer season as works at Wheatridge Lane bridge have now been completed.

 

 

Open Top Buses

21C (Georgeham to Barnstaple via Braunton)

Timetable re-designed to provide additional frequency and capacity over the summer season, with a 60 minute frequency between Georgeham and Barnstaple and 60 minute frequency between Croyde Bay and Barnstaple.

This change will provide a combined 30 minute frequency between Croyde Bay and Barnstaple. 

 

95 (Exmouth – Sandy Bay)

Service re-instated for the summer season, operating every 30 minutes daily between approximately 0800 and 2200 and hourly after 1700.

 

122 (Babbacombe – Devon Bay via Torquay and Paignton)

Works at Wheatridge Lane bridge have been extended and closures will remain in place until at least 22nd May 2022. Therefore we are unable to  reintroduce the open top service 122 until works are completed.

 

222 (Dawlish Warren – Teignmouth)

Service re-instated for the summer season, operating every 60 minutes daily between approximately 0900 and 1700.

 

 

 

Keeping you moving 

As restrictions ease across England, we’re safely and steadily making more seats available on local buses, when busy. This means that all forward facing seats can now be used. Standing or using other seats is not allowed. We’re still working hard to keep you safe, visit here to find out more on the measures we have in place so you can travel with confidence.

 

 

Busy Bus Graphic

To help keep everyone safe we’ve  employed extra cleaners to make sure all of our buses have a thorough clean each day. If your journey is not time critical, why not try our busy bus indicator in our live map view on our app? This will show you the busiest and quietest times to travel, based on how many people usually use the service. 

There are also some additional steps you can take to help us keep you and our drivers safe-  make sure you’re wearing your face covering when you board, and that you open up a window to keep the bus ventilated. Also, why not pre pay for your ticket on our mobile app, info here, or pay for your ticket by contactless when you board. 

Our friendly customer service team are on hand to assist with your travel queries. You can contact us  between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday  Visit here to get in touch. 

For more information on travelling safely by bus please visit here

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