Bus Service Changes – Monday 19th August 2019

There will be bus service changes on Monday 19th August.  The changes are mainly due to the commencement of Fife Council supported services for South Fife.  Clicking here will show a publication outlining the services in South Fife and will describe any changes.

Main changes are:

Service 20A  will operate via Lochore Meadows and will now be operated by Stagecoach.

Service 89 will change operator from Bay Travel to Stagecoach.

Service 18 Sunday journeys, will change operator from Stagecoach to  Bay Travel.

Service 71 88, F6 & 4B/C will change operator from Stagecoach to  Bay Travel.

Timetables will be available from bus stations within the next week and are currently available from the Bay Travel and Stagecoach websites.

Bay Travel are also amending service 13 to extend the service to Ballingry from West Wemyss via Lochgelly, Cardenden, Fife Central Retail Park continuing to Kirkcaldy Town Centre, Victoria Hospital, Dysart & West Wemyss.  The section of route between Ballingry and Fife Central Retail Park will be operated on a commercial basis.  The service  will continue to operate beyond West Wemyss to Leven as Service L3.

Moffat & Williamson are also making minor changes to service 64 and service 92.

Service 64 timetable is amended to improve reliability and will also incorporate Younger Gardens.

Service 92 will no longer extend to Younger Gardens and terminate at St Andrews Hospital as this area will be served by service 64.

WOMEN’S TOUR OF SCOTLAND – CYCLE RACE 9th August 2019

Friday 9th August 2019 will see Fife welcome the Inaugural Women’s Tour of Scotland.     The first stage of the route starts in Dundee and will weave through Fife ending in Pittencreiff Park where it is expected to arrive between 2:45-3:30pm.

See here for the route – https://womenstourofscotland.com/route/stage-1/

THE FIRST EVER WOMEN’S TOUR OF SCOTLAND is set to be an outstanding world class permanent UCI calendar professional race fixture. The three day, three stage race will be contested by many of the top women’s teams in the world – plus the cream of Great Britain and Scotland’s female cycling talent.
They will be celebrating cycling over three days in five cities, and scores of towns and villages along the 350km route.

With an anticipated 100,000 spectators, the Tour will attract visitors, fans and cycling enthusiasts from across the UK, Europe and worldwide.

There will be a carnival atmosphere at each stage start and finish with family friendly activation zones, culminating on Sunday 11th August in Edinburgh’s Holyrood Park.