The first one below is the full timetable, including the information pages. This is a larger file than the ones that have been broken into individual routes (these also have a better A4 printlayout).
Details of the services
GOING HOME BY BUS FOLLOWING THURSDAY LATE SHOPPING (5, 12 and 19 Dec)
From Wednesday 20 November buses will leave/arrive using the Town Terminus again.
The States of Guernsey Traffic and Highway Services would like feedback to the Department's proposals for Timetable 2020.
On Saturday 2nd November, a road resurfacing project will commence at South Esplanade and is expected to take 5 weeks to complete.
How the back of your puffinpass can help your signalling
All the details you need on applying for free school travel, changing schools and catching the bus.
We are pleased that a Saturday service will now be used for Liberation Day which will also include additional buses leaving at Town 10pm
The States of Guernsey advise a further R71 to the new timetable. This follows the same timings from the previous timetable, starting at the Airport at 7.20am.
Additional Service runs on school days only.
From Monday 29 April 2019 a new timeble will be used. Copies can be seen or downloaded using the link below.
Additional afternoon Route 71 beginning from Bas Courtils Estate and heading to Town. (From Monday 21st January)
CT Plus Decorates a bus with 100 Poppies for Remembrance.
• Changing schools after summer?
• Perhaps continuing on for A Levels, Baccalaureate or BTEC Level 3?
Customer services, including ticket purchase and top-up can now be
done inside the office.
CT Plus has been a part of the Guernsey Literary Festival 2018.
A charity book called The Amazing Journey: Puffin Explores Guernsey by Bus was an entry in the festival.
This half term CT Plus staff attended sessions led by Dementia Champions, with teaching and discussions about how drivers and customer support staff can play their part in making island travel dementia friendly.
Look out for the children’s book The Amazing Journey: Puffin Explores Guernsey by Bus. (Arriving this week)
This Red Nose Day will see local performers entertain passengers on a special fundraising route.
The Guernsey celebration of creative verse is in its seventh year and continues to attract entries from across the globe.
Environment and Infrastructure Committee has released the latest bus figures and they continue the upwards trend.
There has been a great uptake of new student puffinpass users for the new term. Many of those staying on for A Levels, IB or BTEC L3 have also updated to a SENIOR student puffinpass to continue their free travel.
The entire bus network in Guernsey forms a Diamond Challenge for the special Diamond Anniversary activity to raise awareness of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Charity, get people doing something positive and raise some money for the DofE.
Anyone staying on at school following their GCSEs or equivalent will need to update to a SENIOR student puffinpass. Here's how...
CT Plus was on hand to help The Youth Commission for Guernsey and Alderney with their summer Healthly Lifestlye Choices project.
An online computer game could well see local buses thanks to the efforts of a young visitor to the island.
The last day for Ormer cards to be exchanged is 30 June 2016.
CT Plus is delighted to introduce the puffinpass online shop
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