LATEST NEWS - HARLOW AREA BUS ROUTE
Change to routes 392, 410 & 505
Starting 11th May 2015.
Route 392, which runs from Harlow to Rye Park will
in future start from Harlow Bus Station rather than Harlow Town
Train Station, follow the existing route through Nazeing, Broxbourne
and Hoddesdon, and then after Rye Park will continue to Hundred
Acre, Stansted Abbotts and then back to Harlow Train Station and Bus
Station, forming a circle. Buses will continue to operate hourly on
Mondays to Saturdays.
New route 393 will
start at Harlow Bus Station then operate to Harlow Town Train
Station, Stanstead Abbotts, Hundred Acre, Rye Park and then follow
the existing 392 back to Harlow to complete the circle. It will
operate the same circle as route 392 but in the opposite
direction. Buses will operate hourly on Mondays to Saturdays.
There will be a new timetable on routes
buses operating the same service pattern as today, providing a
service between Harlow and Waltham Cross, every 30 minutes on
Mondays to Fridays and every hour on Saturdays.
no longer operate route 505, but a replacement
service will be started by Trustybus providing 6
journeys in each direction on Mondays to Saturdays. Buses will
leave Harlow at 06:30, 08:30, 10:30, 13:00, 15:45, 18:00. Buses will
leave Chingford at 07:30, 09:30, 11:30, 14:00, 16:45 and 18:55. A
full timetable will be published shortly.
Timetable change on Green Line 724
Starting 16th March 2015.
There will be some changes to times, so your bus may depart or
arrive at a different time to now. In general the same level of
service will be provided.
for timetable from
Timetable change on Trustybus
Starting 7th February 2015.
On Mondays to Fridays additional buses will operate to Hunsdon. On
Saturdays the service will revert to an hourly operation.
to EOS London routes 16, 66, and 66A. New route HS1
Starting 26th January 2015.
The network of services will be altered and
in future run as follows.
Route 66 will be a
link between Debden (Monday to Friday rush hours and Saturdays) or
Loughton (Mondays to Saturdays) and Waltham Cross, serving Epping
Forest, Ninefields South and Waltham Abbey. It will no longer serve
Epping or Harlow - click
Route 66A will operate from
Harlow to Waltham Abbey and Upshire on Mondays to Saturdays. One journey
at college start and finish times will operate from/to Loughton and
Debden (at other times passengers will need to change at Waltham Abbey
between routes 66 and 66A). Click
Route HC1 will operate between
Harlow College (inside the grounds) and serve Thornwood, Epping and
North Weald in a circle before returning to Harlow. It will operate on
Monday to Friday college days only. Click
Route 16 will no longer operate.
Evening link from Ongar to Brentwood, route 21A
Starting 19th January 2015.
Two early evening buses on Mondays to
Fridays will run between Ongar and Brentwood and between Brentwood and
Ongar. These will be timed to connect with Townlink bus 20 between
Harlow and Ongar, so as to enable passengers to travel through, changing
at Ongar. Click here
for timetable. On Saturdays, and during the daytime on Mondays to
Fridays, bus 21 runs all the way through from Harlow, Epping and North
Weald to Ongar and Brentwood.
Townlink route 19 to serve North
Weald instead of Thornwood
Starting 19th January 2015.
Buses on Monday to Friday route 19 will continue to run between
Harlow and Epping but in future operate serve North Weald before
This will provide a quicker link between Harlow and
North Weald than today and increase the number of buses serving
Routes 20 and 21 will continue to run from
Harlow to Epping via Thornwood and then serve North Weald on the way
to Ongar and Brentwood.
Passengers travelling to Harlow from
North Weald on Mondays to Fridays should wait on the opposite side
of the road to today. On Saturdays passengers should continue as
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