Route changes from 5th Feb 2012

AAylesbury
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Changes to Arriva
bus times in
North
Buckinghamshire
from 5th February 2012
We will be making changes to a number of our services in
the Aylesbury and North Buckinghamshire area, mainly to
improve reliability but also including:
Improved service to Stoke Mandeville Hospital
More frequent buses on Line 300.
Full details of the changes are shown in this leaflet.
New timetable leaflets are available from local outlets
or by phoning 0844 800 4411.
They can also be viewed online at www.arrivabus.co.uk.

2 AYLESBURY – QUARRENDON
There will be minor timetable changes, mainly during Monday to Friday peak
times but also affecting early morning and evening journeys on Mondays to
Saturdays.
4 COPPICE ESTATE – AYLESBURY – HAWKSLADE FARM Greenroute 4
This service will be extended to Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
Buses will run in both directions via the same route as Redroute 9 between
Church Square and Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
The frequency will be reduced to every 20 minutes during the main part of the
day and to every 22 to 24 minutes at peak times.

4 and 9 AYLESBURY – WALTON COURT – HAWKSLADE FARM
Greenroute 4 and Redroute 9 will jointly provide a bus
every 10 minutes (every 11 to 13 minutes during peak periods)
between Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Church Square through
to the Town Centre and vice-versa.

9 BEDGROVE – AYLESBURY – STOKE MANDEVILLE Redroute 9
To improve reliability, the frequency will be reduced to every 20 minutes during the
main part of the day and and every 22 to 24 minutes at peak times.
There will be an earlier Monday to Friday journey via Broughton to Bedgrove.

16 BICESTER – TWYFORD – QUAINTON – AYLESBURY Following a review of usage by Buckinghamshire County Council who subsidise this service, it will no longer run between between Marsh Gibbon and Bicester. A more regular daytime service will be provided between Steeple Claydon, Waddesdon and Aylesbury, running hourly on Mondays to Fridays and two-hourly on Saturdays. Alternate buses will be extended to Marsh Gibbon and there will be
additional peak-time buses.

17 STEEPLE CLAYTON – BICESTER – QUAINTON – AYLESBURY
Following a review of usage by Buckinghamshire County Council who subsidise
this service, it will no longer run.

18 BICESTER – STEEPLE CLAYTON – BUCKINGHAM
This service will be run on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council by Langston
& Tasker, following the existing route but with some journeys extended to or from
Aylesbury at peak times.  The Saturday service will no longer run.

50 AYLESBURY – STOKE MANDEVILLE – WENDOVER – RAF HALTON
The timetable will be revised with an additional morning peak-time bus and an
extra one during the late afternoon.
The 1436 bus from RAF Halton to Aylesbury on Schooldays will no longer run.

60 AYLESBURY – OVING – WINSLOW – BUCKINGHAM
The buses at 1445 from Aylesbury and 1545 from Buckingham will run earlier
to cater for schoolchildren from Buckingham School.

61 AYLESBURY – TRING – IVINGHOE – DUNSTABLE – LUTON – LUTON AIRPORT
The Monday to Friday timetable will be revised, with some journeys retimed by
between five and ten minutes to improve reliability.

100/150 AYLESBURY – LEIGHTON BUZZARD – MILTON KEYNES
The section of route via Milton Keynes Rail Station will no longer be served
by these buses. A replacement bus stop will be introduced nearby in Midsummer
Boulevard, outside Chiquito.

The section of route via MK Food Centre will no longer be served and buses will
be re-routed to take a more direct route to the A5.
The timetable will be revised to take account of these route changes and to help
improve reliability.

200/280 AYLESBURY – HADDENHAM – THAME – OXFORD
lThe Monday to Friday peak-time timetable will be revised, with additional
running time to help improve reliability.

300 AYLESBURY – STOKE MANDEVILLE – PRINCES RISBOROUGH – HIGH WYCOMBE
The Monday to Friday frequency will be increased to run every
15 minutes during the main part of the day and every 15 to 20
minutes at peak times.
There will be a revised timetable on Mondays to Saturdays.
All buses, with the exception of two morning and two
afternoon peak-time journeys, will no longer serve Butlers
Cross, being routed instead along the main road through
Little Kimble in order to help improve reliability and provide
quicker, more direct journeys.

500 AYLESBURY – TRING – BERKHAMSTED – HEMEL HEMPSTEAD – WATFORD
The short journeys after the morning peak period on Mondays to Fridays between
Aylesbury and Hemel Hempstead will no longer run.
The 0912 bus from Aylesbury will depart at 0907 and will run to revised times to
improve reliability.

613 HADDENHAM – WADDESDON SCHOOL
l The route and the timetable will be revised.
l After Fairford Leys, buses will run via Oxford Road, Royal Bucks Hospital and
Bicester Road in Aylesbury.
l The route in Haddenham will be revised to better match where demand is and
provide a more direct journey.

Improved service to Stoke Mandeville Hospital More frequent buses   – up to every 15
minutes

Jan
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