Here are full details on Stagecoach's 2nd April service changes in Scunthorpe, including corrections to some previous posts.
In a correction to this post the mentioned changes to the 31/32 town service are not hapenning. Positively the short afternoon frequency reduction on the 32 from every 30 minutes to half hourly will no longer occur. Further correcting this post, the 31A/32A are unchanged.
The 33 and 34 town services are cut from half hourly to hourly, with an extension to service 10 to serve Westcliff and John Leggott College providing a partial replacement. More details.
Service 90, linking Brigg, Scunthorpe and Crowle is continuing with an unchanged timetable on an emergency tender from North Lincolnshire Council until July. Stagecoach had originally proposed withdrawing this hourly commercial service entirely.
Interconnect 100 between Scunthorpe, Gainsborough and Lincoln sees most journeys diverted via Morton and there are timing changes of up to 5 minutes. The 0645 101 from Gainsborough to Scunthorpe, and 0740 return are replaced by journeys on route 100, operating 5 minutes earlier in each direction. In the evening the 1715 from Lincoln is curtailed at Scotter, and as a result 1910 from Scunthorpe to Gainsborough becomes a 1840 from Scotter to Gainsborough.
On route 101 from Scunthorpe to Gainsborough the 0640 departs 5 minutes earlier at 0635. On Saturdays and school holidays it will now start at Scotter.
Thursday and Saturday service 366 from Goxhill and Ulceby to Brigg and Scunthorpe is transferred from Grimsby to Scunthorpe depot, with no change to the timetable.
Additionally from April 16th Hornsby Travel will takeover operation of the tendered 60 from Scunthorpe to Whitton.
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