Timetable Changes - 1st September
2 months ago
From Sunday 1st September, we're making some changes to some of our timetables to improve reliability.
PDFs of the new timetables are available to download below.
The following services have changes taking place:
Revised timetable with peak and evening journeys having new times. There will be less buses to the District Hospital on Saturdays
Peak journeys have been retimed to improve reliability
There will be an extra bus from Fordingbridge at 0742 running via Downton & District Hospital direct to South Wilts Grammar School numbered 44a
Peak journeys have new times to improve reliability. A new journey on Monday to Friday will run from Salisbury to Larkhill at 0535, and the 1415 bus from Salisbury will no longer divert via Avon Valley College
Timetable is completely revised with most journeys having new times. More buses will serve the Great Western Hospital in Swindon. The 1425 bus from Salisbury will be diverted via Marlborough St Johns School & Chiseldon
Most X7R have minor timing changes, plus the 0650 journey from Salisbury will run 10 minutes earlier. The 1340 bus from Salisbury is extended beyond Totton to Southampton on Schooldays
There will be an extra bus from Salisbury to Woodfalls at 0705 on Schooldays & 0715 School Holidays. The 645 from South Wilts Grammar School to Hamptworth will now run as a 44 bus instead. The bus from Salisbury at 1615 on Schooldays will terminate at Woodgreen and will no longer continue to Godshill or Fordingbridge.
The bus from Morgans Vale Corner via Woodfalls to Salisbury will run at 0726 and continue to South Wilts Grammar School on Schooldays. Customers currently using the 645 between Morgans Vale Corner & Downton should also use the 0726 route 44 journey. There will be a new 44a bus on Schooldays at 0742 from Fordingbridge running via Downton, Nunton & District Hospital to South Wilts Grammar School.
Most journeys will run 5 minutes later
The 645 is withdrawn and replaced by a route 44 bus leaving Morgans Vale Corner at 0726 instead