22 October 2012

Citybus Timetables 35 36

11 November is getting nearer:

Service 35

Service 35 has been retimed to improve reliability There are also changes in the peaks to even out the timetable Monday to Saturday.

 

CB35

The original plan to extend Sunday evening services has been cut back although it is a slight improvement on the current service. 

 

Plymouth Citybus 007 N107UTT

Service 36

From 3rd September the first and last journeys were withdrawn, however, there are no further changes for November

CB36

Citybus timetable 36

Plymothian Transit Extra 36


Bloggers

  • Plymouth is just that bit too far for a day trip, meaning that I haven't been back since. For 2013, Plymouth is high up on my to-do list, especially with the Go Ahead growth and First uncertainty. Southern England Bus Scene
  • The second and final part of my Virgin Trains Farewell Tour took place last Monday (15 October), on the day it was revealed that Sir Richard Branson had received a call the night before A Transport of Delight
  • Stephensons Of Essex, one of the main bus operators in the West Suffolk area will begin operating their brand new Bury St Edmunds to Ipswich express coach service "Suffolk Express" tomorrow (Monday 22nd October) East Norfolk Bus Blog
  • The former Stagecoach B10M, no.899, has been in use five days a week recently on our service 22 due to problems with Darts 162/163, and so we have taken up the option to add to the fleet sister bus 898 Classic Bus North West
  • Why do they do it? First we had UK Express Coaches, then Dash, then Gorilla. Now there appears to be a fourth spoof express coach operator on the loose, namely Leelon Travel. Omnibuses
  • As previously mentioned here on Andy's Bus Blog, Anglianbus, now part of the Go-Ahead Group are set to start taking delivery of thirteen new MAN EcoCity CNG (compressed natural gas) powered single decker buses in the coming weeks. East Norfolk Bus Blog
  • Mr Charles Pearson was a City Solicitor, and politician of great ambition for London’s railways, but sadly for him at least, very little direct success. Ian Visits
  • “We have deliberately set ourselves very challenging growth targets as we want to remain absolutely focused and exploit the opportunity from this route. And this applies to everything we are doing.” Omnibuses
  • Railway Wonders of the World was published weekly in 1935 and 1936 at 7d an issue (2p then but the equivalent of about £1.50 today; so not cheap). Public Transport Experience
  • One of four Bedford SB chassis that were imported in 1960 / 1961. All were bodied by Aquilina and were destined for Gozo. TGP

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