National Express Dundee’s recruitment drive is continuing, as the bus operator prepares to participate in a Jobs Fair at the Caird Hall tomorrow (Thursday 25 September).Read More
National Express Dundee is putting safety at the top of the agenda for the city’s young people. The bus operator has just finished three weeks of communicating the safe travel message to hundreds of 10 and 11 year olds throughout the city at the annual Safe Taysiders event.Read More
National Express Dundee is applauding a group of its employees for rising to their latest charity challenge – a 140 ft abseil down University of Dundee’s Tower Building.Read More
National Express Dundee is showing its support for the local regiment ahead of Armed Forces Day (Saturday 28 June) by unveiling a specially commissioned livery, featuring the Black Watch tartan.Read More
National Express Dundee's work alongside Dundee City Council has proved to be a winning partnership, after the bus operator and local authority's joint schemes scooped two awards at the council's second annual OSCAs (Outstanding Service and Commitment Awards) recently.Read More
We would like to advise all of our customers that with effect from Monday 6th January 2014 timetable and route changes are being made to both the 201 and 203 services.
These changes have been requested by Dundee City Council to improve their reliability and to download your copy of the new timetable please click on the link below.
We would like to advise our customers that with effect from 19 October 2014 timetable changes come into effect for Services 36, 36a and 36c.
Service 36C will now start at Lothian Crescent, instead of Whitfield Library. This bus serves Ninewells Hospital in the early morning, giving more hospital staff living in Whitfield and Fintry a link to their workplace....Read More
Please click on 'read more' to see the list of current diversions.Read More
Closure of Queen Street, Broughty Ferry, Monday 13th October – Friday 17th October, for installation of a pedestrian crossing (at the Honda Garage), the following diversions will be in place for Services 5, X5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 206
Service 206 from Ethiebeaton
- Normal route to Fort Street, turning left into Queen Street, right into Gray Street to cross
Closure of Old Glamis Road Monday 22 September for approximately 10 days between Kingsway and Barnes Avenue (southbound only) for footway works.
Diversions will be in place for Services 18, 19, 208, 137, 138 and 139
- Services 18 / 19 / 137 / 138 / 139
- will operate normal route to Old Glamis Road at Kingsway Campus then divert via Kingsway,
Thursday 2 October - we are pleased to advise that the Seagate is now fully open and all services will operate their normal routes with immediate effect.
We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding whilst this diversion has been in place.
Closure of Seagate Friday 26 September 2014 to 3rd October 2014
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Closure of South Road & Craigard Road from Monday 25th August 2014 for approx 6 weeks
Due to the closure of South Road in a westerly direction from its junction with Buttars Loan to Craigard Road during Phase 1 and from Craigard Road to its junction with Craigmount Road during Phase 2 the above service willRead More