East Devon winter bus guide published

PUBLISHED: 15:52 29 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:54 10 June 2010

THE winter edition of Devon County Council s free publication East Devon Bus Times is now available. The guide provides residents and visitors with comprehensive information about local bus services in East Devon, together with a summary of rail and National Express Coach services

THE winter edition of Devon County Council's free publication 'East Devon Bus Times' is now available.

The guide provides residents and visitors with comprehensive information about local bus services in East Devon, together with a summary of rail and National Express Coach services, maps of bus routes in Axminster, Exmouth, Honiton, Seaton and Sidmouth and information about the types of tickets available.

The guide is available in a number of outlets in East Devon, including tourist information centres, bus company offices, post offices and libraries, and is a useful source for anyone planning to use public transport to travel to work or for days out.

The guide replaces the edition dated May 25, 2008, and covers services up to next May. If there are minor changes an update will be published and made available free of charge at timetable outlets.

For all timetable enquiries in South West England call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33. Calls from landlines via BT cost 10p per minute plus 6p set-up fee per call. Mobile and other providers' charges vary. DevonBus publications can be obtained by phoning DevonBus on 01392 382800 or by e-mail to devonbus@devon.gov.uk

More information is also available at www.devon.gov.uk/buses


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