Timetable Changes

Timetable Changes

Network changes during Spring 2019

From Sunday 14th April we are making some changes to our Torbay network.

These changes are primarily to ensure the level of service is best suited to the number of people using them. The routes listed, detail those services where a change will take place. This also includes the introduction of an additional night journey on our popular 12 service.

Service 91: On Saturday 23rd March, Dartmouth Park & Ride Service 91 starts for the summer on its 20 min frequency. Between Saturday 6th April and 23rd April, Service 91 will increase frequency to every 10 mins for the School Easter Holidays.

Service 95: Friday 29th March sees the re-introduction of open top service 95 to Devon Cliffs for the season. This year it will run until Sunday 3rd November.

Service 122: Saturday 13th April will see the return of Gary, Chirpy, Freddie, Cango, Porter and Swash Buckle to the streets of Torbay for the start of open top Hop 122 service for the summer.

Sunday 14th April is the start date of many service changes and improvements in the Torbay area.

Service 31: Timetable change affecting evenings, Saturday mornings and Sundays.

Service 32: Withdrawn and replaced by new Torquay circular service 35A & 35C.

Service 34: Withdrawn and replaced by new Torquay circular service 35A & 35C.

Services 46 & X64: Withdrawn. Replaced by new services 7, 7A and 92.

NEW SERVICE 35A & 35C: Services 32 and 34 which currently change at the Willows are being combined into New Circular Services 35A and 35C with most of the journeys running through The Willows and Torbay Hospital, 7 days a week. The 35A will operate anti-clockwise via Plainmoor, St Marychurch, Watcombe, The Willows, Torbay Hospital, Shiphay and Chelston, whilst Service 35C will run the clockwise direction serving Chelston and Shiphay first. No change to Service 32C.

NEW SERVICE 7 & 7A: Services 46 and X64 will be combined to form new Service 7/7A. This will provide an hourly direct service between Totnes, Newton Abbot, Matford Park & Ride, RDE Hospital and Exeter City Centre, with half hourly frequency in the morning peak. Two morning peak and three afternoon peak journeys on Mondays to Fridays will start and finish at Torquay and operate as service 7A.

NEW SERVICE 92: The Totnes to Dartmouth section of Service X64 will be replaced by a new service 92 and there will be minor timing changes, to improve connections at Totnes with new Service 7 and Gold.

NEW SERVICE 77: With support from Devon County Council, this route is reintroduced to operate between the new development at Hele Park, Newton Abbot town centre and Buckland Estate every 30 minutes.

Service 88 & 88A: These services have been revised to terminate at Sherborne Road, with service 77 now serving Buckland. Service 88A will continue to operate between Newton Abbot and Highweek every hour. The evening and Sunday service on service 88A will remain as now, but will be re-numbered 77A. Service 22: Minor changes, including a later journey between Torquay and Dawlish Warren (2110 from Dawlish Warren.

Service 23: Minor changes whereby the service will be re-routed from Kingsway off peak and Saturdays to serve White Rock way instead.

Service 12: The summer timetable will be re-introduced to improve reliability. On Friday night/Saturday mornings and Saturday night/Sunday mornings a new night service will operate until 0400 and will be numbered N12.

Service Gold: The Gold service will see additional journeys being added at 1920 from Torquay and 2110 from Plymouth on Mondays to Saturdays. On Sundays there will be a new 0805 journey from Plymouth and 1805 from Torquay. On Friday and Saturday nights at 2400, there will be an additional journey from Plymouth to Ivybridge.

Service 13: Minor changes to the timetable in the mornings to improve reliability and the 13D journey that leaves Brixham at 1700 will operate to Newton Road Asda instead of Kingsteignton. Service FOX: Timetable change between 0830 and 0930 Monday to Saturdays

Service 110: Revised afternoon departure time from King Edward VI College in Totnes.