The Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure is seeking public comments on proposed changes to the 2018 Scheduled Bus Timetable. The changes are planned to take effect from Monday 22nd January 2018.
This half term CT Plus staff attended sessions led by Dementia Champions, with teaching and discussions about how drivers and customer support staff can play their part in making island travel dementia friendly.
Several schools have taken travel training to ensure confidence and independence while using the buses. Please let us know if your school would like to also benefit from the scheme.
There are 4 planned routes for getting home from the North Show.
There are 4 planned routes for getting home from the West Show.
Look out for the children’s book The Amazing Journey: Puffin Explores Guernsey by Bus. (Arriving this week)
Sunday Seafront days to come: 6 Aug, 20 Aug, 27 Aug.
CT Plus was please to offer a chance to see the fleet, meet staff and discuss career opportunities on Friday 12 and Saturday 13 May.
CT Plus was pleased to be run a free Shuttle Bus on Sunday for the Easter Eggstravagansa.
All at CT Plus Guernsey wish you a Happy Easter. Details of services included.
This Red Nose Day will see local performers entertain passengers on a special fundraising route.
Schools go back 27 February. There are some diversions in place that may affect school buses.
The Guernsey celebration of creative verse is in its seventh year and continues to attract entries from across the globe.
A total of 1,653,728 people travelled on scheduled bus services during 2016, representing an increase of 146,927 passengers when compared with 2015.
A list of all the days over Christmas and into the New Year with the services provided.
Many thanks to those who have been in touch regarding the online edition of the 2017 timetable. Please accept our apologies for the delay and we hope to have it available digitally as soon as possible.
Many thanks for all the support. CT Plus was once again pleased to be running extra services in the run up to Christmas, helping shoppers visit Town.
Take the P2 for a visit to Guernsey's real ice skating rink at Le Friquet this December.
Environment and Infrastructure Committee has released the latest bus figures and they continue the upwards trend.
There has been a great uptake of new student puffinpass users for the new term. Many of those staying on for A Levels, IB or BTEC L3 have also updated to a SENIOR student puffinpass to continue their free travel.
CT Plus Guernsey will be operating three special routes to get people home after the North Show, this Wednesday and Thursday.
The entire bus network in Guernsey forms a Diamond Challenge for the special Diamond Anniversary activity to raise awareness of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Charity, get people doing something positive and raise some money for the DofE.
More than 550 people visiting the West Show travelled home safely using special CT Plus late night bus services.
CT Plus is pleased to be operating late night services from this year's West Show and also from the North Show.
Anyone staying on at school following their GCSEs or equivalent will need to update to a SENIOR student puffinpass. Here's how...
CT Plus was on hand to help The Youth Commission for Guernsey and Alderney with their summer Healthly Lifestlye Choices project.
An online computer game could well see local buses thanks to the efforts of a young visitor to the island.
Beaucamps and Grammar affected only
THE PUFFIN PASS FAMILY CONTINUES TO GROW.
The last day for Ormer cards to be exchanged is 30 June 2016.
Affects Beaucamps 5A and LMDC 3A
Please note the standard roadworks also remain in place – if your bus has been affected this week it will continue on the planned route.
Helping you plan your journey to school
Planning your journey to school after the half term holiday.
New posters are up at the Towm terminus promoting several no-cost attractions across Guernsey.
CT Plus is delighted to introduce the puffinpass online shop
There is a significant increase in bus passenger numbers during the first three months of this year.
If you are planning Easter visits this long weekend please see our Easter Bus Services guide.
As part of a trial live times have been added to the existing bus app. This includes a tracking map as well as a countdown timer for many routes.
The P2 community route is set for a televison appearance.
For the latest updates on flooding or other weather related issues affecting services please check out our Facebookpage, listen to the local radio or call us on 700456.
Plans are in place for Route 61 to serve the Princess Elizabeth Hospital. The bus will arrive from the Vauquiédor and turn at the Porter’s Lodge entrance.
Around a third of students in Guernsey now have a CT Plus student puffinpass, entitling them to free travel across the network.
Strong winds and high tides have affected much of Guernsey's West Coast. For the very latest on services please see our Facebook page or call 700456.
Schools have been receiving the Student Puffin Passes. The passes can be used from Mon 18 Jan.
CT Plus is currently rolling out Student Puffin Pass to school students. We are working hard with the island schools so that passes for free student travel are expected to be given out in January.
This timetable continues the same frequency of the summer timetable, in fact it is almost identical apart from the new P2 Route.
Puffin Passes are now available from the Kiosk at the Town terminus.
With voting complete a new name has been found for the Guernsey's travel smart card. Photo has been sent in by John Roberts.
CT Plus is pleased to introduce the new website which has new features to help you plan your journey.
Full routes will run though Les Banques and Route 22 is reinstated.
BBC Radio Guernsey's Ollie Guillou wanted to know more about the plans for new buses.
Owing to roadworks in the Pleinmont area, we will be running a heavily revised service in the area.
Another run has been planned for Saturday 22 August. The north loop of Route 11 is the course. The idea is to learn a bit more about all the stops and connections along the way.
A teenager has been making the most of his visit to Guernsey by travelling by bus. He thinks he has been on more than twenty bus rides in two weeks.
Voting has opened for the name of the new smart card. The Bailiwick's young people have put forward their locally inspired ideas for the new name.
Saturday 9 May 2015 will see celebrations across the island to mark 70 years since the end of the occupation of Guernsey.
Have a look round our new travel planning website – we’re launching it in test form to find out what you think before it replaces our old site.
The Summer 2015 timetable comes into force on Monday 4 May 2015.
Please be advised that many services will depart from revised stands from Monday 4 May 2015, as part of the new Summer 2015 timetable.
CT Plus have won a five-and-a-half year contract to provide bus services on the island of Guernsey, coming into effect on 1st April 2015.
We are currently recruiting for a number of opportunities to join our team in Guernsey
CT Plus are very pleased to have been chosen as the preferred provider of the new bus contract in Guernsey. we have been able to tender for an enhanced service and this will allow us to implement some of the changes we have been unable to up until now.
Later services will be operating on Thursdays in December for shoppers to visit St. Peter Port.
Due to additional winter services, we are looking to recruit experienced PSV / PCV drivers
Sunday service in operation all day with additional services operating after the firewoks display
Summer 2014 timetable booklet now available to download.
Click here to download your timetable
As we move to an Ormer Card being the only way to get your residentsâ€™ discount fare of Â£1, Ormer cards will be available free of charge from Monday on production of Guernsey ID.
Additional services are being put on for the West Show
Thank you for bearing with us, weâ€™ll be back to normal from Monday. Weâ€™ve also adjusted a few of the timings on Route 11 and Routes 41 and 42 to improve punctuality â€“ updated timetables available.
The temporary timetable will be running as previously advertised on Monday 24 June - Friday 28 June.
CT Plus Guernsey is looking to recruit and train Guernsey residents to drive buses on the Island.
Guernsey's bus network has changed - with more consistent routes, higher frequency services and a new late night service in Fridays and Saturdays - it's better by bus!
At CT Plus Guernsey, we aim to continually develop our services by finding out what our passengers think. As part of our ongoing commitment to customer satisfaction we are now embarking on our 1st passenger Survey.
Proposed new Route 111 comes as a direct result of public feedback
At the request of the public, the consultation exercise on the proposed summer timetable organised by the Environment Department has been extended until 4 April 2013, allowing more of you to have your say
We are proposing a series of major network enhancements for the new summer timetable â€“ featuring new, simpler routes, frequent services and even late night Friday and Saturday services. Have your say in the public consultation.
services affected by road conditions
Services continue to be affected by snow.
Due to severe weather conditions please check for service updates
We recognise that a lot of our passengers use our buses to travel between key destinations, such as Town to The Bridge. For the new winter timetable which starts 1 October, weâ€™ve produced a timetable for just that â€“ what do you think?
From start of term the Beaucamp 5A service will be leaving the Bella Luce Hotel at 0750 instead of 0800 to ensure that students arrive at school on time.
Weâ€™ve put together a few answers to your most commonly asked questions about the new bus service. We cover fares, Ormer cards, travel for older people and more.
Please help us to improve our service by letting us know what you think. If you'd like us to get back to you about your comment, don't forget to leave your name and contact details.