We're making some changes to our network, which will come into effect on 2nd December 2018. 

With road conditions and congestion changing within the city, we are being proactive to ensure our buses are reliable. New timetables are available on this website and printed versions will be available from our Royal Parade Travel Centre from 25th November 2018. 

If you have any questions regarding the changes, please do not hesitate to visit our Travel Centre or call our customer relations team on 01752 662271. 

SERVICE CHANGES FROM 2ND DECEMBER 2018: 

27/27A/27B: Due to ongoing timekeeping issues, we are making amendments on a Monday to Friday and Saturday to improve reliability. 

40/41A: Due to ongoing timekeeping issues, Sunday evening 41A services will be amended. 

44/44A/44B: After listening to passenger feedback and following further consultation with Plymouth City Council, we will be introducing a revised timetable. The 44A and 44B will be merged and extended to improve links between Holly Park, West Park, Ringmore Way and St Budeaux. We will also add a new link to Camels Head (using the stops at the end of the Dockyard access road), which will now be the start and end point for the revised 44A. The revised route will be from Whitleigh Green to Holly Park, Ringmore Way, West Park shops, Victoria Road, St Budeaux Square to Camels Head for the Dockyard. The service will then follow the same route in reverse and on arrival at Whileigh Green, will continue to Royal Parade via Crownhill and Mutley Plain. The revised 44A will no longer serve Taunton Avenue in either direction. Passengers for Taunton Avenue will need to catch the 44 only. 

50/51: On Sundays and Bank Holidays between mid-morning and late afternoon, most journeys will not serve Transit Way due to continued problems with congestion. The Monday to Friday and Saturday timetables will receive some minor adjustments to improve timekeeping. 

61/62: On Sundays and Bank Holidays between mid-morning and late afternoon most journeys will not serve Transit Way due to continued problems with congestion.