Guernsey bus routes affected by road closures

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Guernsey bus services, including school buses, are set to be heavily affected by a number of road closures.

All but two of the scheduled bus services, routes 2 and 4, are being diverted at some point this week.

The closures also impact on buses taking pupils to five of the island's schools.

The road closures across half of the island's 10 parishes include the continuing emergency closure at Perelle after the collapse of the sea wall.

Closures and affected routes

Route de la Perelle, St Saviour - continuing emergency closure affecting routes: 7, 7A, Beaucamp 5A and 5B, Grammar 8 and 4B and La Mare De Carteret 1A, 2A, 3A, 2B, 3B, 4, 4B and 5B.

Ruette Brayes, St Peter Port - closed 29 October to 4 November affecting routes: Beaucamp 3A and La Mare De Carteret 6A and 6B.

Colborne Road, St Peter Port - no access for traffic 29 October to 4 November affecting routes: 5S, 5AS, 6S and 7.

Rue Cohu, Castel - closed 29 October to 10 November affecting routes: 3, 3A, 3B, 3C and La Mare De Carteret 5A, 6A, 7A, 5B, 6B and 7B.

Les Petites Capelles, St Sampson - closed 29 October to 30 November affecting routes: 5N, Capelles 1A, Grammar 2A and 2B and St Sampson's High 1A and 1B.

La Fosse, St Martin - closed 31 October to 2 November affecting routes: 6S, 6AS, Beaucamp 4A, Grammar 4A, Grammar 4B and Grammar 9.

One-way system in Rohais, St Peter Port - 3 and 4 November affecting routes: 1A and 3B.

For more information visit the Guernsey Bus website.

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