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Service Diversions

Details of planned diversions or alterations to routes


Church St, Tranent Closure

Due to the closure of Church St in Tranent the 110 and 111X bus services will operate a diverted route.
Due to the lengthy diversion we will be operating a curtailed temporary timetable on Service 110 and unfortunately this service will be unable to serve Cockenzie or Port Seton during this closure due to time constraints. Service 111X will operate a normal route but buses may run a few minutes late.
Passengers can use either our 111 or 118 services to connect to the 110 in Prestonpans. We also have an agreement in place with Lothian Buses that holders of our 'Smartrip' card or passengers with a valid '10 Journey' paper ticket can connect to service 110 by traveling on service 26 between Lidl, Prestonpans and Port Seton whilst the road closure is in place. The temporary timetable can be viewed by clicking the link below.

Click to view 110 Temporary Timetable


Current Service Status


Following the Prime Ministers announcement on Monday 23rd March 2020 we have made some changes to our bus services from Wednesday 25th March, these are detailed below

Route Changes listed below


101 Haddington Town Service

No Service until further notice.

108 Haddington to Fort Kinnaird

Will recommence with a Temporary Timetable from Monday 30th March

110 Haddington & Elphinstone to Port Seton

Will operate an Emergency Timetable between 0804 and 1730.

111 Connecting East Lothian to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

Will operate a Temporary Timetable from Monday 30th March

111X Haddington to Royal Infirmary

Will operate as normal for now.

118 Longniddry to Fort Kinnaird

No Service until further notice.

122 Gullane Circle

No Service until further notice.

69 Portobello to Willowbrae

Service permanently withdrawn



Coronavirus - FAQ's

Are you operating a normal service?
Yes we are at the present time as we know many passngers depend on our bus services

How will I know of any changes to bus services?
In the first instance any changes to our services will be posted on Twitter and Facebook, and our dedicated 'Coronavirus' page which can also be viewed on our 'Service Alerts' webpage

What are you doing to keep drivers and passengers safe?
As passengers will know we take great pride in the cleanliness of our buses, and our cleaning regime has been stepped up in recent weeks. We have invested in a 'fogger' which creates an anti-bacterial mist, which although not proven to kill Covid-19 will kill most bacteria spores. This procedure will be carried out at the end of each shift, and left to circulate overnight, on our fleet to further protect our passengers.
All buses have carried anti-bacterial handwash for use by our drivers for over a year, and we have stock to be able to continue to provide this. Unfortunately we do not have enough to be able to provide this for our passengers.
DRivers have the option of wearing nitrol gloves if they wish.

How can I pay for my ticket?
We would prefer you to use contactless, but will of course accept cash as the majority of our buses have cash vaults so there are no issues with drivers touching money

Waht can passngers do to help?
We urge passengers to follow NHS guidlines regarding handwashing
We ask that you do not leave tissues on our buses
If there is space please practice social distancing
Please do not travel if you feel inwell or have any symptoms of coronavirus