We've made our buses safer
During 2020, we've made a lot of changes to our cleaning procedures. All our buses now undergo enhanced touchpoints cleaning every day, with special virucidal chemicals being used to protect surfaces on board. Our driver colleagues are given protective PPE, and we're encouraging everyone who can to wear face coverings on board to minimise the spread of germs.
Also, our new "When2Travel" tool helps you see how busy buses on your route are - so if you want to, you can plan your journey to travel on the quieter buses.
You can pay safely
We implemented an increased contactless payment limit of £45, along with the ability for customers to top up key cards on the bus with a contactless card, to reduce the need to interchange of cash between customers and drivers where possible.
We've also introduced our new touch free payment system "Freeflow" to help make paying for your travel as quick and convenient as possible, and to eliminate unnecessary touchpoints.
Tickets can still be purchased in advance or on the day on our app.
Check out our video below to see all the measures we've put in place to keep our customers and colleagues safe.
We're safe and ready when you are!
We're now even cleaner - and greener than ever
We're proud to say that many of our vehicles are cleaner and greener than ever before. Our buses are great for the environment, and many are packed with creature comforts too - including comfortable high back seating, free WiFi and audio-visual next stop announcement systems. So why not get on board soon and check them out!
Time to reconnect
We've also introduced some new and improved services while you were away.
The Chiltern Hundreds 104 service operates to a revised route and timetable. The service has a revised route between Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross via Seer Green and the Chalfonts. From Gerrards Cross, the service continues to Uxbridge via the Chiltern Hundreds 105 service route. The 104 and 105 services combine to provide up to two buses per hour between Uxbridge and Chalfont St Giles. The section of 104 route between Gerrards Cross and Slough is replaced with alternative services provided under contract to Buckinghamshire Council.
A new service 337 was introduced operating approximately every two hours between Amersham and Slough via The Chalfonts and Gerrards Cross. The service also links Fulmer and Wexham Park Hospital with Slough.
Click here to see our latest timetables and understand current frequencies.
We're looking forward to welcoming you back soon. Let's do it together - one journey at a time!