In the event of disruption to our routes in the first instance information will be posted in the Twitter feed panel below

For instant updates follow us on Twitter and activate tweet notification

Service Diversions

Details of planned diversions or alterations to routes

Longniddry Diversion

Road Closure between Longniddry and Ballencrieff

Due to the closure from Monday 6th September of the B1377 between Longniddry and Ballencrieff for resurfacing services 111 and 118 will follow the diversion on the above map.
The services will be unable to serve the bus stops at Longniddry Inn and Rail Station during the road closure which is expected to last for 10 days
We apologise for the inconvenience caused, which is unfortunately beyond our control.

Current Service Status

Route Changes listed below

101 Haddington Town Service

Normal Service

108 Haddington to Fort Kinnaird

Normal Service

109 Humbie/Tranent to Haddington

Normal Service

110 Elphinstone to Prestonpans

Normal Service

110A Elphinstone to Fort Kinnaird

New Service Started on 5th July 2021

111 Connecting East Lothian to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

Normal Service

111X Haddington to Royal Infirmary

Normal Service

118 Seton Sands to Fort KInnaird & Edinburgh Royal Infirmary

Normal Service

122 Gullane Circle

Normal Service

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.
Our buses are now fitted with driver protection screens, to ensure our drivers safety and this means they do not have to wear a face covering, unless they wish to do so.
All buses have carried anti-bacterial handwash for use by our drivers for over a year, and we continue to provide this. We now also have hand sanitiser available for our passengers, and encourage it's use.
Drivers have the option of wearing nitrol gloves and / or a face covering if they wish.

Do I have to wear a face covering?
It has been mandatory to wear face coverings on public transport from Monday 22 June with some limited exceptions.

Visit - Transport Scotland for more info
Please come prepared and help us look after yourself and others #StayTravelSafe

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