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SCOTTISH EXPRESS

UPDATE – MONDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2021

The Scottish Express Winter timetable started on Monday 1 November 2021. This will run until Friday 18 March 2022.

Unfortunately, due to the current climate, we are unable to publish printed timetables this year, so all timetable information is available from below on our website or by giving us a call on 01382 227290 and selecting option 1.

 

Please click on the link below for Timetables and operating days, and a copy of the timetable will download:

Click here for the following services:
231 Brechin – Forfar – Dundee – Glenrothes – Livingston
236 Arbroath – Dundee – Glenrothes – Livingston
258 Kirriemuir – Blairgowrie – Perth – Kinross – Livingston
262 Dundee – Cupar – Glenrothes – Kirkcaldy – Livingston
 
As with previous years, the services will be suspended for 4 weeks at the festive period, after operation on Friday 17 December 2021 and re-commencing on Monday 10 January 2022.

For information, the final date of operation in 2021 and first date of operation in 2022 are as follows:

231 Brechin – Forfar – Dundee – Glenrothes – Livingston (Monday fortnightly)
Final Date of operation in 2021 – Monday 13 December 2021
First Date of operation in 2022 – Monday 10 January 2021

236 Arbroath – Dundee – Glenrothes – Livingston (Monday fortnightly)
Final Date of operation in 2021 – Monday 6 December 2021
First Date of operation in 2022 – Monday 17 January 2021

258 Kirriemuir – Blairgowrie – Perth – Kinross – Livingston (Thursday)
Final Date of operation in 2021 – Thursday 16 December 2021
First Date of operation in 2022 – Thursday 20 January 2021

262 Dundee – Cupar – Glenrothes – Kirkcaldy – Livingston (Tuesday/Friday)
Final Date of operation in 2021 – Friday 17 December 2021
First Date of operation in 2022 – Tuesday 11 January 2021

 

Our booking office is open Monday to Friday between 0900 and 1700, with a lunch break between 1200 and 1300.

Please note that we will NOT be publishing printed timetables in 2021.

When you phone to book we will ask you for all passengers names and a contact telephone number. If you phone out of hours, please leave your name and number on our answering machine and we will get back to you during opening hours.

Finally, as is mandatory on all public transport in Scotland, we require all passengers to wear a face covering while travelling on our vehicles, to protect other passengers and our staff. A face covering will NOT be supplied by Fishers Tours Limited.