View bus timetables online if you need to plan a journey or find times for a specific service. We also publish timetables for rail, ferry and coach services.
You can find, customise and print journey information via Traveline Scotland .
Live information for all the stops Stagecoach serve is available on their website and this can also be accessed on a smartphone for location specific information.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Advice on how to travel safely
Please follow these steps for your own safety and the safety of others
Stay at home if you or anyone in your household is experiencing coronavirus symptoms (new continuous dry cough, fever or the loss of or a change in your sense of smell or taste) or if you are self-isolating or you are shielding
Only travel if your journey is essential, for example, for work or shopping.
Consider walking or cycling, if you can, to reduce pressure on the road network and on public transport where capacity will be limited
Plan your journey and leave additional time due to temporary restrictions or changes to previous timetables or schedules
Pay for your journey online, use smart ticketing, the operator's mobile app, or contactless payment, if you can, to reduce cash handling
Comply with any signage or instructions on public transport or from transport staff as the safety measures in place are for everyone's benefit
When travelling by bus, tram or rail you must wear a face covering
Keep yourself and others safe by maintaining the 2 metre physical distance rule
Where impossible to maintain 2 metre distancing, avoid physical contact and face away from others, keep the time you spend within 2 metres of others as short as possible
Be considerate of the impact of restrictions on the needs of fellow passengers who may have impairments, disabilities or mobility issues
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water or use a hand sanitiser before and after every transport journey.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these difficult times.
Keep yourself and others safe by following this advice
Before you make any travel plans you should consider the following two questions:
1. Should I travel?
You should stay at home if you:
are experiencing any coronavirus symptoms
are self-isolating as a result of coronavirus symptoms or sharing a household with somebody with symptoms
or are shielding.
2. Is my journey necessary?
Before you travel, you should consider if your journey is necessary. This will ensure the transport network can keep running and allows people who need to make essential journeys to travel.
Some examples of necessary travel are:
to get to and from work, if you cannot work from home
to get food or medical supplies
to support someone who is vulnerable, if no-one else can do so
to attend critical childcare or learning provision, if the child of a key worker (guidance on who is a key worker), or accompany a child attending critical childcare or learning provision
where you need to for other reasons, in line with rules on staying at home.
If the answers to both the questions above are Yes then we ask you consider what form of transport you will use for your journey.
In order to reduce pressure on the road network and the public transport system we would like you to consider walking, wheeling or cycling for all or part of your journey, if you can.
Local Bus timetables will be significantly altered due to the impact of Covid-19.
Some services may continue to be subject to short notice changes or cancellation so it is essential that people continue to check the timetable of their bus before they travel. Please check operator websites for the most up to date information.
Stagecoach West Scotland
Reduced or no service on all routes; timetables are available through the link to their website: https://www.stagecoachbus.com/regional-service-updates/west-scotland/dumfries-and-galloway
Timetables will be available on their website: https://www.houstonscoaches.co.uk/timetables/
DGC Buses, Brownriggs Coaches, Robertsons and McCullochs Coaches are currently operate their normal timetable.
The PDFs below are the services operating from Monday 6th July 2020, please note they may be subject to short notice changes or cancellation
Services 1 - 95
Services 101 - 127
Services 200 - 246
Services 358/360 - 390
Services 407 - 431
Services 500 - 555
From Monday 23 March 2020, train operators will introduce a Key Worker Timetables to ensure that vital train services for key workers can keep running throughout a prolonged coronavirus outbreak. These will remain in place until further notice, though service levels will be kept under regular review.
Due to the rapidly evolving situation, some trains may continue to be subject to short notice changes or cancellation so it is essential that people continue to check the status of their train before they travel.
ScotRail - Glasgow-Dumfries-Carlisle-Newcastle and Stranraer-Ayr-Glasgow train services
Details of the timetable can be found on the ScotRail website at https://www.scotrail.co.uk/coronavirus-travel-information but will take a few days to upload to journey planners.
TransPennine Express - Lockerbie train services
People needing to travel on Monday 23 March and beyond should check their train times from midday on Sunday via their website or on the day at: https://www.journeycheck.com/tpexpress/