• 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 The timetable is unchanged, except the section of route between Chulmleigh and Morchard Bishop is withdrawn.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.

    Link to new timetable

  • 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.

  • Changes to East Devon services from 3rd September 2017

    There are a number of changes to services in East Devon from 3rd September 2017.

    First X51  Axminster – Dorchester

    First X53 Axminster – Weymouth

    X51 and X53 are reduced to operate approximately two-hourly, jointly providing an hourly service between Axminster and Bridport.  The Sunday timetable is revised from 3rd September and again from 1st October.

    New timetable

    First X52 Lyme Regis – Exeter

    Timetable reduced to provide two journeys.

    New timetable

  • Changes to West Devon services from 3rd September 2017

    There are a number of changes to services in West Devon from 3rd September 2017.

    Stagecoach 1/X1 – Tavistock – Plymouth

    All journeys will now operate as service 1, via Derriford Hospital and Mutley Plain with a revised timetable. Sunday timetable unchanged.

    New timetable

    Plymouth Citybus 42C Woolwell – Plymouth

    Now operates as Red Flash. There are additional journeys from Plymouth to Woolwell at 1830 and 2030 and from Woolwell to Plymouth at 1904 and 2104.

    Plymouth Citybus 46 Tavistock – Okehampton

    This service is renumbered 118 and is operated by Dartline.

    New timetable

    Plymouth Citybus 45, 46A, 46B

    These services are reduced to operate on Schooldays only.

    New timetable

  • Changes to Teignbridge services from 3rd September 2017

    Stagecoach are making changes to services B, 2 and 2B from Sunday 3rd September.  The main changes are as follows:

    B/2B – Teignmouth/Exminster – Pinhoe/Exeter Business Park

    Exeter Business Park will only be served during Monday – Friday peak times. For the rest of the day and all-day on Saturday the service will terminate at Pinhoe, operating a loop via Parkers Cross, Causey Lane and Station Road. The afternoon service 2B is reduced to one journey.

    New timetable

    2 Exeter – Newton Abbot

    Minor changes to the timetable. The 0604 Ware Cross – Newton Abbot runs 5 minutes earlier throughout and starts from Teignmouth at 0547. The 0625 Newton Abbot – Exeter journey runs 5 minutes earlier throughout. The 1711 Exeter – Newton Abbot journey runs 5 minutes earlier throughout Monday – Friday. The 1741 Exeter – Newton Abbot runs 5 minutes later throughout Monday – Friday. A new Monday – Friday journey at 1726 from Exeter – Teignmouth is introduced.

    New timetable

  • Changes to Exeter area services from 3rd September 2017

    Stagecoach are making a number of revisions to their Exeter area services from Sunday 3rd September.  The main changes are as follows:

    City services

    A – Alphington – Thornpark Rise

    Minor changes to the timetable.

    B/2B – Exminster – Pinhoe/Exeter Business Park

    Exeter Business Park will only be served during Monday – Friday peak times. For the rest of the day and all-day on Saturday the service will terminate at Pinhoe, operating a loop via Parkers Cross, Causey Lane and Station Road. New timetable

    D – Digby – University

    Minor changes. In Digby most journeys will operate direct to Tesco, no longer serving Digby Drive and Russell Way. Passengers on the Digby loop will now need to catch service D to the City Centre and H back. New timetable.

    E – Exwick – Lancelot Road

    The off-peak frequency is reduced to every fifteen minutes, with the peak service operating every 12 minutes. Sunday service increased to every 20 minutes. New timetable.

    F1/F2 – Exwick – Savoy Hill/Summerway

    The off-peak frequency is reduced to every fifteen minutes. Journeys to Summerway are extended to Pinhoe via Masefield Road, Thackeray Road and Pinhoe Road. In Pinhoe they operate a loop via Parkers Cross, Causey Lane and Station Road. Sunday service increased to every 20 minutes. New timetable.

    H – Digby – St. David’s Station

    The section of route from St. David’s Station to the University via Cowley Bridge is withdrawn.  West Garth Road and Wrefords Drive in Cowley Bridge will be served by service 5, Exeter – Crediton. New timetable.

    J/K/T – Whipton – The Rydons/Countess Wear/Topsham

    The section of route between Pinhoe and Sainsbury’s is withdrawn. All services will operate a one-way loop in Whipton and Whipton Barton via Pinhoe Road, Hill Barton Road and Whipton Barton Road. Service J is increased to operate every 20 minutes. Alternative services for Pinhoe are provided by services B and F2. New timetable.

    P – Crossmead – Pennsylvania

    Reduced to operate every thirty minutes. New timetable.

    R/S – Rifford Road Circulars

    The frequency on service S will be reduced to every 12 minutes. R and S Sunday services frequency increased to every twenty minutes. New timetable.

    Red (Honiton Road) Park & Ride

    The service will no longer operate via the Met Office. Minor changes to those journeys serving all stops (M2). M2 journeys re-designated Red. A Sunday service will now operate on Public Holidays, except over the Christmas and New Year period. New timetable.

    2 Exeter – Newton Abbot

    Minor changes to the timetable. In the afternoon an additional journey from Exeter to Teignmouth at 1726 is introduced. New timetable.

    2B Teignmouth – Exeter Business Park

    Revised timetable. Afternoon service reduced to one journey.

    5, 5A, 5B, 5C Exeter – Crediton/Okehampton/Barnstaple/Chulmleigh

    Revised timetable. Most service 5 journeys will now operate via Wrefords Drive and West Garth Road in Cowley Bridge. There are also minor changes to services 5A and 5B.

    For full details of the changes and new timetables visit the Stagecoach 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.