SCOTTISH CITYLINK COMPETITION WINNERS UNVEIL THEIR DRAWING ON COACH IN GLASGOW
Primary school children in Glasgow who were asked to draw a picture of what their city meant to them, saw their artwork unveiled on the side of a Scottish Citylink coach last week. more
SCOTTISH CITYLINK SERVICES TO HELP PASSENGERS RETURN FROM HOGMANAY CELEBRATIONS
Scottish Citylink has announced that it will once again run special coach services for people travelling home from the Edinburgh Hogmanay celebrations. more
Winter timetables - Valid from 5th October until 22nd May 2016.
|DownloadEast Kilbride - Edinburgh|
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|DownloadGlasgow – Fort William – Skye|
|DownloadInverness - Skye|
|DownloadOban - Fort William - Inverness||DownloadEdinburgh – Stirling – Dunblane||DownloadGlasgow - Oban|
|DownloadGlasgow - Edinburgh|
|DownloadScotland - Belfast||DownloadEdinburgh - Inverness||DownloadGlasgow – Perth – Dundee - Aberdeen|
|DownloadEdinburgh – Perth – Dundee – Aberdeen||DownloadGlasgow - Inverness||DownloadInverness - Ullapool from 18.01.16||DownloadGold Timetable|
This section lists all the codes used in our timetables and gives an explanation of their meaning.
|D - Daily||Th - Thursdays|
|M - Mondays||F - Fridays|
|T - Tuesday||S - Saturdays|
|W - Wednesdays||Su - Sundays|
Journeys which operate only on certain days of the week carry a combination of the above abbreviations. (eg TTh indicates Tuesdays and Thursdays only, MF indicates Mondays and Fridays only, M-S indicates Monday to Saturday only).
Times shown in light italics against stops indicated with * are approximate times only and passengers wishing to board at these points are advised to be at the pick up point 5 minutes prior to the time shown
Other symbols used are explained on appropriate pages.