Townlink route 16
Starting 7th November 2014.
This new service will operate hourly on Mondays to Fridays from Harlow
to Waltham Abbey via Tripton Road, Tawneys Road, Potter Street, North
Weald, Epping and Upshire. Full details will appear shortly. Please note
that on this site the service will be shown as route t16 so as to avoid
confusion with EOS London route 16.
New timetable and additional buses on Townlink routes 19/20/21
Starting 7th November 2014.
A general revision will take place.
Additional buses will operate on the Harlow to Epping and Ongar sections
during Monday to Friday rush hours with buses running up to every 10
minutes between Harlow and Epping and every 20 minutes between Harlow
and Ongar. The general frequency outside rush hours will be unchanged
and there will be no change to the Saturday service. Please note that
the last buses to and from Brentwood will operate earlier. Full
timetable details will be published shortly.
New college day route 16 from
Starting 20th October 2014.
A new route will operate on Harlow College
days. A bus will run from Debden in the mornings via Loughton, Epping
Forest and Waltham Abbey, then offering a fast direct journey to Harlow.
A similar reyurn journey will operate in the afternoon. During the
daytime bus 16 will provide a fast direct hourly service from Harlow to
Waltham Abbey and Upshire. Click
here for full
details. Please note that on this site the service will be shown as
route e16, as a separate service using the same number is expected to
Special buses on route 66 direct to North Weald Market
Starting 18th October 2014.
Each Saturday buses will depart from Harlow
Bus Station at 08:40 and then every hour until 13:40. Buses will serve
Tripton Road, Tawneys Road, Southern Way and Potter Street before
running direct to North Weald market. Buses will return at 09:10 and
hourly until 14:10. For full details please click
These buses will be in addition to the main service running between
Harlow and Loughton.
Changes to Trustybus routes 410/411/412
Starting 15th September 2014.
A new timetable will be introduced with
more journeys running through from Harlow to Waltham Cross. Buses
will generally run every 20 to 25 minutes on Mondays to Fridays and every
30 to 40 minutes on Saturdays. The pattern of service will be as follows
Most buses will operate as route 410
Brookfield Centre but not serve
Seven buses spread throughout the day on Mondays to
Fridays will serve Hunsdon as well as Brookfield Centre. These buses
will operate as route 410A. Note that there will not be
a regular service to Hunsdon on Saturday on these routes.
A few buses, mainly outside shopping hours, will miss out
Hunsdon and Brookfield Centre. These buses will be numbered
For the complete new timetable
please click here.
Changes to Network Harlow
routes 6, 7 and 8
Starting 1st September 2014.
Minor routing and timetable changes will
take place. For the new timetable
New route 66 - Harlow, Waltham Abbey,
Loughton and Debden.
Starting 1st September 2014
A new route
operated by EOS London will be introduced, restoring a regular link
between Harlow and the areas of Upshire, Ninefields, and Loughton, and
also on to Debden on Mondays to Fridays. Buses will operate every hour on Mondays to Saturdays with
additional buses between Debden and Waltham Abbey providing a service
every 30 minutes over this section on Mondays to Fridays. Please look out for orange, grey and
black single or double deck buses. For full details please
Changes to routes 511 and 512 - Harlow, Bishops Stortford
and Thorley Park
Starting 1st September 2014
In future buses on
route 511 will once again operate through from Harlow to Bishops
Stortford, and then run to and from Thorley Park before returning to
Harlow again. This returns the pattern of service to that which operated
until recently. Route 512 will in future provide one school days only
journey only between Thorley Park and Bishops Stortford Schools. Route
511 will operate approximately every 20 minutes on Mondays to Fridays
and every 30 minutes on Saturdays.
discontinued - Staple Tye, Sumners Farm and Templefields
After 29th August 2014
journey service will no longer operate.
Change to route 410 on Saturdays - Harlow and Waltham
Starting 9th August 2014
service will in future be
numbered 412. Buses will
serve Hunsdon and Brookfield Centre and operate every hour. Routes 410
and 411 will continue to operate on Mondays to Fridays.
Change to route 575 - Romford and Southend
Starting 26th July 2014
In future there
will be one bus to Romford each day on Mondays to
Saturdays. This will leave Harlow Bus Station at 9.30am and return at
2pm on Saturdays and in the school holidays. In term time on Mondays to
Fridays it will return at 1pm. The return fare is just £5 for adults,
£2.50 for children.
During the school holiodays this summer on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, the bus will continue on from
Romford, non-stop, to Southend, arriving at
approximately 12:15pm, returning at 5.15pm. The return fare is just £10
for adults, £5 for children and concessionary pass holder, or £20 for
groups of 2 adults and 2 children.
Changes to Trustybus routes 410/411
Starting 7th July 2014.
will continue to run between Harlow and Waltham Cross (Holdbrook) every
30 minutes on Mondays to Fridays and every hour on Saturdays, but to a
slightly revised pattern, as below:
will operate direct between Wormley and Turnford and no longer serve
Brookfield Centre or Canada Fields on Mondays to Fridays. On
Saturdays it will operate as now, providing and hourly service covering
Hunsdon and Brookfield Centre.
Route 411 will operate as now, and will not serve
Hunsdon but will serve Brookfield Centre and Canada Fields. It will
operate on Mondays to Fridays only.
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