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Cardiff Bus are making a series of improvements to services from Sunday 12th of March, including new night buses on routes 27, 44 and 57. At the same time they will be adding some more short-hop zones and a new m-ticket aimed at customers who work a few days per week.

Please see the details below from Cardiff Bus, or visit their website here.

Services 8, 9, 9A
The overnight service will be withdrawn due to low usage.  We will however be adding some new night bus routes, and the 27, 44 and 57 maybe an alternative for some journeys.
Services 8, 9, 9A will use stop HU on Dumfries Place and not HX from this date.
There will also be an improvement to service X45 running from St. Mellons along Newport Road to the city centre and then to Ferry Road via Clare Road and Corporation Road.  View details about this route below.
View the 8, 9, 9A timetable here.

Service 11
Buses will use bus stop HX on Dumfries Place and not HU.

Services 17/18

New improved Mondays to Fridays and Saturday timetables with extra early morning journeys, and buses still running up to every 5 mins during the day.  We’re also introducing a new £1 short hop fare for travel within Ely.  The short hop area runs between Cowbridge Road West (Colin Way and Ely Legion bus stops) and Culverhouse Cross (B&Q) and all stops in between for services 12, 13, 15, 17, 18 and 96/96A.  View the short hop area here.
Night buses will continue to run 7 days a week on route 17. 
View the new timetable here.

Service 27
New improved timetables every day of the week with extra buses during Monday to Friday mornings and afternoons, as well as buses running up to every 10 minutes Saturdays, and 20 minutes on Sundays.  At the same time a new night bus service will run 7 nights a week.  Use your day to go ticket on that night’s service, or travel for £3 return between 18:00 and 04:00.  Weekly, 4 weekly, monthly and annual tickets are also valid on night buses. 

Travelling elsewhere within Cardiff, such as Cardiff Bay?  We have convenient interchange points to connect with other services in the city centre.   Click here to view our city centre bus stop map.
View the new timetable here.

Services 44/45
New night bus service on Thursday night/Friday morning, Friday night/Saturday morning and Saturday night/Sunday morning.  Use your day to go ticket on that night’s service, or travel for £3 return between 18:00 and 04:00.  Weekly, 4 weekly, monthly and annual tickets are also valid on night buses. 
View the timetable here.

Service X45
Improved timetable and route!  This service will now run 7 days a week between St Mellons and Cardiff Bay Retail Park (Ferry Road) via Newport Road, the city centre, Clare Road and Corporation Road.  Buses will run up to every 20 minutes Monday to Friday and Saturdays, and up to every 30 minutes on Sundays.
View the new timetable here.

Services 57/58
Improved Monday to Friday and Saturday timetables with extra journeys in the morning and early evening.  There will also be a new night bus service on Thursday night/Friday morning, Friday night/Saturday morning and Saturday night/Sunday morning.  Use your day to go ticket on that night’s service, or travel for £3 return between 18:00 and 04:00.  Weekly, 4 weekly, monthly and annual tickets are also valid on night buses. 
We’re also introducing a new £1 short hop fare for travel on routes 51, 53, 57,  58 & X59 between Asda Pontprennau and The Maelfa and all stops in between.  View the short hop area here.
View the new timetable here.

New tickets from 12th of March 2017

Short hop
We’re adding two new short hop areas!  Travel within the short hop areas in Ely and Pontprennau/Pentwyn for just £1 for adults or 70p for young persons.  A great option for nipping around the local area.  View the new areas above, or take a look at our current short hop areas here.

E-purse day to go
Customers with funds on their iff card e-purse will be able to purchase day tickets at the same price as buying on the app.  Buy an adult day to go for £3.50, or a day to go plus for £4.70.  Young persons’ day to go tickets can be bought for £2.30, or a youth day to go plus for £3.30.  The e-purse must have funds on it prior to travel. 

Iff card top ups
Customers will be able to top up their iff cards by £1, £2, £3 and £4 as well as multiples of £5, up to a maximum of £50.   Great for topping up your e-purse with loose change. 

Easy Threesy
We are introducing a new bundle of 3 day tickets for £9.50 on the iff app – nearly 10% off buying them individually.  When bought they will stay on your phone until use – with no expiry date.  This is ideal if you are working a few days per week or only travel every now and again.

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