Bus service changes

When: From Tuesday 26 January 2021

Many Adelaide Metro bus services will have timetable changes from Tuesday 26 January.

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These changes are adjustments to the travel times of services only, with most services having their overall journey time reduced to provide faster trips for passengers, with less waiting at timing points.

There are no reductions to any services however some timing stops have been amended.

Timetable changes  

Timetables Changes
100, 101 Running times
106 Running times
110, 112 Running times, timing point change*
115, 117, 118 Running times
140, 144, 147 Running times
141, 142 Running times
150, 350 Running times
155, 157, 376 Running times
167, 168 Running times
170, 172 Running times
171, 173 Running times
174, N178 Running times
176, 178, 578, 579, N178 Running times
190 Running times, timing point change*
195, 196, 197X Running times, timing point change*
200 Running times
202, 203, 209F Running times
206, 208, 528 Running times
222 Running times
224, N224 Running times
225 Running times
228, T228 Running times
229 Running times
230, 232 Running times
235, 238, 239 Running times
241, 245, 248 Running times, timetable layout change
251, 252 Running times
253, 254 Running times
262, 263, 265, N262 Running times
271, 273 Running times
281 Running times
286, 287, 288 Running times
300 Running times
333 Running times
361 Running times
411 Timing point change*
500, 501, 502 Running times
503, 507 Running times
506, 546 Running times
528 Running times
530 Running times, timing point change on through-linking H30*
540, 541 Running times
542 Running times
543 Running times
544, M44 Running times
545 Running times
548, 591A, 591C Running times
556, 557, 559 Running times
578 Running times
600, 601, 605, G30F Running times
640, 719, 720 Running times
645, 646 Running times
681, 682, 683 Running times
721, T721 Running times
722, T722 Running times
723F, 733 Running times
725 Running times
734 Running times
737 Running times
741, 750, 751, 752, 755, 756 Running times
743, 744 Running times
745, 747 Running times
C1, C2, J1, J2, 163, N1 Running times
G10 Running times, timing point change*
G20, G21, G22X, 320, N10, N21 Running times, timing point change*
G40 Running times
H20, H21, 580 Running times
H22, H23, H24, H32, N22 Running times
H30, X30, N30 Running times, timing point change*
H33 Running times
M44, 544 Running times
W90, W91 Running times

Please note:

- Some school services will be adjusted

- There will be no change to train or tram services

- There will be no changes to any bus route or route number

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*What is a timing point? Why can’t buses leave a timing point early?

A timing point is used both as a point of reference for passengers to plan their journey in regards to bus departure times, as well as being used as reference point where the on-time running of individual trips can be audited for service improvements and timetable development purposes.

A service that is running ahead of schedule is obligated to wait at the timing point location until the time published in the timetable for that specific trip. This method of timetable structuring ensures that passengers are not left behind due to early running services.

Where road and traffic conditions are such that a service is running early, public transport drivers have to use their discretion as to where and how often to safely slow down and/or stop at a timing point if necessary. It is important that services wait at these timing points and not depart early as this may result in intending passengers missing their service.


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