Sunday, 28 June 2020
From Dundee City Council :
From Monday, 29 June 2020, the commercial and supported bus network in Dundee will begin to return to something close to its pre-Covid levels. Xplore Dundee and Stagecoach are proposing to operate around 80% to 85% of their registered journeys. For the last three months around 30% of journeys have been operated. To allow this to happen, there has been a deal negotiated between the Scottish Government and the bus industry and Transport Scotland has agreed to meet shortfalls in passenger revenue. Full details can be found on operators' websites.
In Dundee, the two supported services operated by Stagecoach East Scotland (Service 202 and Service 206) will commence operation again. They were suspended in March 2020. The other supported services, Service 236 operated by Moffat & Williamson and Service 9/10 (Outer Circle) operated by Xplore Dundee have continued to operate throughout lockdown.
There is expected to be further changes in late summer which will hopefully see a further increase in frequencies and service provision.
Prior to lockdown, Xplore Dundee had consulted on a number of service changes that were due to take effect on 12 April 2020. These changes will be implemented this weekend.
We will update all our real time information and all bus users are being asked to refer to Traveline Scotland and bus operator websites for accurate and up to date timetables. We are not currently in a position to update roadside publicity but will keep this under review.