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Harlow area bus route changes

Changes to Network Harlow services
Starting 6th May 2014.
There will be changes to routes and timetables effecting routes 2, 3, 3A, 7, 7A, 8, 10, 20 and 505. Details as follows.

Routes 2, 3, 3A -A new timetable will be introduced with no change the the route or general level of service. Click here for a downloadable timetable and map of all Network Harlow services.

Routes 7 and 7A, and new route 6 
Route 7 will continue to run once an hour between Harlow Bus Station and Churchgate Street, but will in future serve Maddox Road near to town and Priory Avenue and Old Road in Old Harlow.

New Route 6 will start at Harlow Bus Station and follow route 7 as far as Old Harlow Post Office, and then serve Old Harlow Green Man, Old London Road, New Hall and Church Langley. Buses will operate hourly until early afternoon on Mondays to Fridays or until later in the afternoon on Saturdays.

Route 7A will no longer operate, but will be replaced over most of the route by new route 6. Routes 6 and 7 are timetabled to provide a combined half-hourly service to Maddox Road, Minchen Road and Momples Road during the times that both routes are operating.  Click here for a downloadable timetable and map of all Network Harlow services.

Route 8 - The main service between Harlow and the Old Harlow area will remain unchanged, however, so as to provide a connection between Church Langley, New Hall, and Mark Hall and Burnt Mill schools, one journey in the morning will start from Church Langley and operate via New Hall. One journey will return to New Hall and Church Langley in the afternoon.

Routes 10 and 20 - Route 10 will continue to operate the direct service between Church Langley and Harlow Town Centre and Station. Route 20 will no longer operate. There will be additional buses on route 10, which will in future operate every 20 minutes during rush hours, every 15 minutes at most other times on Mondays to Fridays and all day on Saturdays, every 30 minutes in the evenings, and every hour on Sundays. Routes 6 and the special school journey on route 8 (see above) will assist in providing an addition service from Church Langley and partial direct replacement for route 20 at New Hall. Please note that there is no change to the separate Townlink service 20 which operates between Harlow, Epping, and Ongar. Click here for a downloadable timetable and map of all Network Harlow services.

Routes 505 -A new timetable will be introduced with no change the the route or general level of service. Click here for a downloadable timetable and 505 route  map.

Minor changes to rural services
Starting 21st April 2014.
There will be slight changes to routes 380/1/2/3 and 390/1. New timetables will be published shortly.

Timetable change on routes 8 and 509/510
Starting 16th March 2014.
Passengers are advised that there will be timing changes on the above services. There will be no changes to the routes or general level of service.

Direct link between Harlow, Cheshunt, and Waltham Cross to be reintroduced.
Starting 3rd March 2014.
A new regular and reliable service will be introduced between Harlow and Waltham Cross operating via Stanstead Abbotts, Hundred Acre, Hoddesdon, Broxbourne, Brookfield Centre, Turnford and Cheshunt. The new Trustybus routes will be numbered 410 and 411, and will replace existing routes C3 and C3A. Route 410 will also serve Hunsdon. Buses will operate every 30 minutes on Mondays to Fridays (alternately 410 and 411) and every hour on Saturdays (all 410). Click here for the new timetable.

Timetable change on route 524
Starting 3rd March 2014.
We believe that a new timetable will be introduced that will provide 2 buses per hour in each direction between Harlow, Ware and Hertford. One bus per hour will operate through Stanstead Abbotts as now, with one running directly along the A414. Click here for the new timetable.

Route 555 discontinued (Upshire to Harlow)
Starting 1st February 2014.
Passengers travelling between Harlow and Waltham Abbey should use route 505 . Connections are available between Waltham Abbey and Upshire using frequent route 251.

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Last update 12th April 2014

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