Stagecoach bus timetables in Eastbourne will change on July 27.
The company says there will be extra journeys and many peak time journeys will start earlier, ensuring buses arrive punctually.
A new revised timetable will be released for the popular Eastbourne Loop, which received 11 new and improved buses last summer.
Alterations have been made to peak time journeys, due to the increase in passengers and traffic on the Loop.
There will be an additional early morning route 1A bus to and from Roebuck Park, for early morning access to Hellingly hospital.
A new 3A will run from Meads to Eastbourne Town Centre at 9.35am, which Stagecoach says is an ideal journey for concessionary pass holders.
An additional evening route 99A bus will also operate over the summer period from Eastbourne to Pevensey Bay via North Harbour, starting from June 30.
Times for all buses to Polegate, Hailsham and Heathfield have also been reviewed following feedback from customers.
Jeremy Cooper, commercial director of Stagecoach in East Sussex said, “We continually review our timetables to ensure we operate punctually and are pleased to respond to customer requests for extra buses.
“The new timetables consider the feedback received as well the impact of traffic congestion.”
These new timetables are available to view online at stagecoachbus.com/eastsussex.
Printed timetables will be available to pick up on buses shortly.
Stagecoach is one of the biggest bus operators in the UK, running around 7,000 vehicles in nearly 100 towns and cities in the UK.
Stagecoach Group’s headquarters are in Perth, Scotland, where it began operating in 1980 with just two buses. The company floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1993 and now has an annual turnover of around £1.3 billion.
Stagecoach South East is made up of Stagecoach in East Kent and Stagecoach in East Sussex and is one of 18 locally managed companies within Stagecoach Group.
For more information visit www.stagecoachbus.com/eastsussex