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13.01.2020
FREE TRAVEL ON SCOTTISH CITYLINK SERVICES BETWEEN GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH ALL WEEKEND TO CELEBRATE NEW VEHICLE LAUNCH
Coach operator Scottish Citylink is offering free travel on its services between Edinburgh and Glasgow this weekend to mark the launch of a new fleet of vehicles on the route. More

08.01.2020
LARGEST FLEET REPLACEMENT INVESTMENT IN SCOTLAND DELIVERS NEW £7MILLION FLEET OF LUXURY COACHES LINKING GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH
Coach operator Scottish Citylink is to launch a brand new ¬£7million fleet of luxury coaches linking Glasgow and Edinburgh in Scotland’s largest investment in one single coach fleet replacement. More

17.12.2018
SCOTTISH CITYLINK FARE REVISION
Scottish Citylink is also advising that Standard fares across our network will rise by an average 3% from 6 January 2020. More

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Winter Timetables
Valid from 30 September 2019 to 17 May 2020

Glasgow/Edinburgh
Edinburgh/Edinburgh Airport/Stirling/Dunblane
Glasgow/Edinburgh Airport - Citylinkair
Glasgow/Oban
Glasgow/Campbeltown
Glasgow/Skye
Inverness/Skye
Oban/Fort William/Inverness
Glasgow/Perth/Dundee/Aberdeen
Edinburgh/Perth/Dundee/Aberdeen
Glasgow/Aberdeen - Summary
Edinburgh/Perth - Summary
Perth/Dundee - Summary
Glasgow/Stirling - Summary
Glasgow/Inverness
Edinburgh/Inverness
Edinburgh/Inverness via Newtonmore and Kingussie
Scotland/Belfast
Inverness/Ullapool
Gold Timetable
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Important Notice: National Entitlement Cards are not valid for travel on premium fare bus services. This includes the following Citylink services - N900: Glasgow/Edinburgh night services operating between 12.30am and 3.30am National Entitlement Cards allow free bus travel throughout Scotland on all scheduled local registered and long-distance bus service only.


Standard Codes

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.

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