The new service will start tomorrow (25th August 2014). Picture: Stagecoach Glasgow.
TRANSPORT operators Stagecoach have unveiled that local residents in Seafar will once again have a direct to Glasgow bus service, since First Glasgow scrapped their popular X4 Seafar to Glasgow via Condorrat route.
Stagecoach, who presently operate two services through Cumbernauld - the x25 and the X25A - have confirmed that they will start serving Seafar from tomorrow morning.
Residents will be able to hop between Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station and Seafar, via the M80, every day of the week - with the new x28 service due to run every thirty minutes, starting tomorrow morning (25th August 2014).
"From August 25th a new service will run from Seafar and Cumbernauld going direct on the M80 to Glasgow," a spokesperson for the bus operator confirmed.
Timetables for the new service have now been published on the firm's website, with the timetable showing that the service will start its route from the Filling Station in Hume Road, before heading down through Seafar, past Brown, Fleming and Lennox Roads, and eventually past MacTaggart Road and onto the M80 - direct to Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station.
The x28 service will run nearly every thirty minutes every day of the week, with the service due to start with a 06:08am service, Monday to Friday between Seafar and Glasgow.
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