Citylink announce 24/7 bus routes from Edinburgh to Glasgow

Citylink’s 900 bus from Edinburgh to Glasgow now provides affordable travel around the clock. The edited bus route now runs 24/7. That’s all day, every day.

Commencing on Monday, the new 900 service will run through the night, seven days a week. The late night routes in both directions will also stop at Edinburgh airport, adding more ease to wider public travel.



The 900’s timetable now presents journeys every fifteen minutes during daytime, half hourly between seven-thirty and midnight and hourly into the night.

Citylink and Comfort DelGro say the expanded service was implemented because of growing demand for overnight connections during the week.

Peter Knight, the Citylink 900 operator says, “the 900 has gone from strength to strength over the years.” The companies added that the extended service will offer people on a night out in one of the cities an affordable way of getting home after pubs and clubs have shut.

Citylinks actions enable normal people to leave their car at home, improve carbon footprint and to stop worrying about curfews. In particular, young musicians, artists, comedians other performers say the new service gives them a lot more freedom to enjoy their shows in either Edinburgh or Glasgow and know they can get home problem free.

Scottish comedian Chris Henry says, “[the new route] is big news for anyone playing Monkey Barrel, the Rose Theatre, the Rotunda or any other central belt comedy clubs.”


Written By Katie McKenzie

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