Lothian Buses changes to services from Sunday 12 July and upcoming changes from 2 August
Lothian Buses network changes from 12 July include:
Service reintroduced between Western Harbour and Torphin/Bonaly. The route will be changed in Leith: towards Torphin/Bonaly it will operate via Great Junction Street, Bonnington Road, Broughton Road, McDonald Road and Leith Walk. Journeys towards Western Harbour buses will run via Elm Row, Annandale Street, Bellevue Road, McDonald Road, Broughton Road, Bonnington Road and Great Junction Street.
On Monday to Friday the frequency will be every 15 minutes between Western Harbour and Colinton then buses extend to either Torphin or Bonaly (2 buses per hour to each terminus), every 20 minutes on Saturday (1 bus per hour to Bonaly and 2 buses per hour to Torphin) and every 30 minutes on Sunday (1 bus per hour to Bonaly and 1 per hour to Torphin).
Revised route and timetable. Torphin will no longer be served (replaced by service 10), as well as Morningside Drive/Balcarres Street (replaced by services 23 & 36). All buses will terminate at Colinton Westgarth Avenue.
The frequency will be increased to every 12 minutes on Monday to Friday and every 15 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays.
Route extended from Gyle Centre to Edinburgh Airport. Revised timetable with buses operating every 30 minutes seven days a week.
From 2 August changes include:
Revised timetable. Frequency increased to every 10 minutes on Monday to Friday, and every 12 minutes on Saturday.
Minor timetable changes on Monday-Friday with additional capacity for Firrhill, St Augustines and Forrester pupils.
This service will not be reinstated in the forseeable future due to low passenger numbers anticipated, with people continuing to work from home and Universities not going back full-time. The suggested alternative pro tem is to take the 44 and change at Gillespie Crossroads to the 400.