Media Release from Traffic and Highway Serivices
Date: 7 December 2020
The trial will determine demand for a service in this area
of the island. The trial will commence on the evening of Friday 11th December and will be
operated each Friday and Saturday evening until Saturday 30th January 2021, after
which a decision will be made on whether to make the route permanent.
Three services will be operated on this new route for both nights; departing Town
Terminus at 21:45, 22:55 and 00:05. The trial route will be:
Town terminus – St Julian’s Avenue – The Grange - Queens Road – Mount
Row – Le Vauquiedor – St Andrews Road – Les Vauxbelets – Route des Bas
Courtils – Route des Picques –Route des Bordages – Les Buttes – Le Neuf
Chemin – Rue a L’Or – La Grande Rue – Le Frie Baton – Route de Clos Landais
– Rue de L’Eclet – Route du Longfrie – Route de La Tourelle – Route des
Frances – Rue du Gron – Route des Bas Courtils – Les Vauxbalets – Route de
St Andre – Le Vauquiedor – Mount Row – Queens Road – St Julian’s Avenue –
The Grange – North Esplanade – The Quay – South Esplanade – Town
As is the case with the other late night services, the route is intended to be largely
self-funding and so the fare will be £3.00. This can be paid by using a PAYG
Puffinpass, contactless debit or credit card or in cash to the driver. Please note that
Student and Concession cards are not able to be used on the late night services.
Routes and times information can be found on the CT Plus website at buses.gg.