- Amendment to Service X52, Lyme Regis – Seaton – Exeter
First are withdrawing their commercial X52 service from Lyme Regis to Exeter via Seaton and Beer after Saturday 20th January.
From Monday 22nd January Devon County Council is financially supporting a Monday – Friday service between Seaton and Exeter via Beer, which will be operated by Axe Valley and numbered 52. The new timetable can be downloaded here.
- Change of operator for service 89
From Monday 5th February service 89, Tavistock town, will be operated by Target Travel. The timetable remains unchanged.
- Withdrawal of X53 Sunday service
From 19th November First are withdrawing the Sunday X53 service between Axminster, Lyme Regis, Bridport and Weymouth, for the Winter. There is no Sunday or Public Holiday service between these places.
- New operator for service 369
From 16th October service 369, Morchard Bishop – Sandford – Crediton – Exeter, will be operated by Dartline. The timetable is unchanged, except the section of route between Chulmleigh and Morchard Bishop is withdrawn. Alternative journeys for Chulmleigh, Chawleigh and Lapford are available on Stagecoach service 5C.
- Exeter Bus Station Closure suspended
Update: Closure of Exeter Bus Station has been moved until early in 2018
More details can be obtained from the Exeter City Council website.
- Devon Day Ticket
Following the successful launch last year of the Devon Day ticket, the scheme has been extended for another year. By purchasing the ticket, you get the freedom to use all local bus services in Devon (including Plymouth and Torbay), operated by the majority of operators. For full details of participating operators please see our Devon Day Leaflet.
Prices from the 30th April 2017 will be £9.00 for adults, £6.00 for children (age 5 to 15 inclusive) and £18 for a family (maximum two adults and three children). Tickets are available to purchase from your bus driver.