01 November 2012

New Timetables Citybus 43

11th November changes continued

Service 43

Service retimed to improve reliability (Sundays have been extensively retimed). Service 43 will continue to be the principle Service between St Budeaux Square and the City Centre which together with Services 43A/B and the Service 29 will continue to provide a bus every 5 minutes (10 on Sundays) for most of the day.

 

PCB43

Service 43A

Service 43A has been retimed to improve its relationship with the retimed Services 29, 43/B with an additional service operating 19:40 from the City Centre to Saltash. Service 43A will also see the introduction of a Sunday day service also operating hourly for most of the day.

PCB43A

Service 43B

Service 43B has been retimed to improve its relationship with the retimed Services 29, and Service 43. Evening Services are being introduced on this service Sunday to Saturday to replace evening Service 16B and to improve the level of evening Services between St Budeaux and the City centre offsetting the withdrawal of the Service 26B. In addition Service 43B is to operate during the day on Sundays which together with the Service 43/A and Service 29 will create a bus every 10 minutes during the day on Sundays between St Budeaux and the City Centre.

PCB43B

 


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