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SCOTTISH CITYLINK ADVISES CUSTOMERS OF A FARE AND TIMETABLE REVISION FROM 8TH JANUARY
Fares will increase by an average 3% and booking fees will increase to £1. More

 

8th December 2017

SCOTTISH CITYLINK FARE AND TIMETABLE REVISION

Scottish Citylink is advising that changes to some routes and journeys will take affect from Monday 8th January 2018. This is being done to ensure we are delivering services that better reflect the travel habits of our customers and to allow us to continue operating a strong and stable coach network.

Services affected below;

900: Glasgow/Edinburgh
- Minor timetable amendments at peak time to ensure punctuality.
- Three additional journeys from Baillieston to Glasgow

909: Edinburgh/Stirling/Dunblane
- Additional earlier and later journeys
- Express journeys at peak times
- Introduction of a Sunday timetable
- Amendments to the route within Grangemouth.

M90: Edinburgh/Perth/Inverness
- The 11.10pm from Edinburgh will now depart at 11.30pm to improve connections with other services.
- The M90 that currently operates between Perth, Broxden and Perth Bus Station on a Sunday will be withdrawn and replaced with a Stagecoach service (Service 7)

Timetables from the 8th January are available to view here.

Scottish Citylink is also advising that Standard fares across our network will rise by an average 3% from 8 January 2018.  From the same date, the fee for booking tickets will be £1. The 3% average rise is less than the current RPI inflation rate of 4%.  This is due to increasing operational costs, however we have worked hard to keep any changes as low as possible for our customers.
 
In addition, we are freezing the price of our Explorer Pass fares, Belfast fares and special £10 return fare between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Revenue from fares allows us to invest in customer improvements. In the past 2 years, we have introduced around £9 million worth of new vehicles on to the Citylink network to provide an even better travelling environment for customers, many featuring WiFi and USB charging facilities.

We continue to develop our services through innovation and diversification of our existing network to better reflect the travel habits of our customers. This year we have also introducedcontactless technology to all of our services as well as  a 24/7 service on our popular 900 route between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Scottish Citylink's inter-city coach services across the country continue to offer excellent value for money and can provide a cheaper alternative to driving or taking the train.
 
As with all businesses, we continue to face rising costs associated with operating our business, however we continue to offer a wide range of good value fares to give our customers choice and flexibility. 

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