We are delighted to announce further improvements to your services from 29 July.
Along with changes to improve reliability across our network, we will be adding earlier journeys to service 104 and 106 and enhancing capacity on key routes in East Lothian including the doubling of frequency on Service X7 to every 30 minutes. We will also be introducing a new Sunday service on the Service 106, providing vital links between Musselburgh and Macmerry/Haddington.
Mark Heritage, General Manager, East Coast Buses said:
“We now carry over 97,000 customers each week across our East Coast Buses services and are delighted to be able to offer further improvements and enhancements across our network for the benefit of our customers. Our team work exceptionally hard to deliver a fantastic customer experience and we look forward to building on our success across the remainder of 2018.”
Main changes include:
Minor timetable changes on all days. First morning journey from Tranent on Mondays to Saturdays is extended to commence from Haddington to provide an earlier morning journey to the City Centre.
Revised timetable on all days. New earlier morning and later afternoon journey introduced to/from Haddington and the Fort on Mondays to Fridays. New Sunday service introduced, providing new direct links between Musselburgh and Macmerry/Haddington during the day.
Revised timetable introduced to improve reliability. Improved Saturday and Sunday morning timetables introduced with earlier journeys from North Berwick to the City.
Minor timetable changes to improve reliability.
Revised timetable introduced with the main daytime service on Mondays to Saturdays doubled in frequency to every 30-minutes. Additional afternoon peak journey introduced from the City Centre to Haddington, departing Melville Street at 16:54. No change to the number of journeys operated on Sundays.