SCOTTISH CITYLINK OFFERS 900 CHANCES TO WIN
Scottish Citylink is offering 900 prizes in celebration of its 900 route connecting Glasgow to Edinburgh daily.more
T IN THE PARK
We are sorry to anyone caught up in the road traffic issues at T in the Park- the organisers have also apologiseds.more
Summer timetables - Valid from 18th May until 4th October 2015.
Winter Timetables - Click here to view timetables (5th October 2015 until 22nd May 2016)
|DownloadEast Kilbride - Edinburgh|
|DownloadGlasgow - Edinburgh Airport|
|DownloadGlasgow - Campbeltown|
|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||DownloadGlasgow – Perth – Dundee|
|DownloadEdinburgh – Perth – Dun – Aberdeen|
|DownloadEdinburgh – Perth – Dundee||DownloadGlasgow - Inverness||DownloadInverness - Ullapool||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.