Thames Valley Buses
3 months ago
Welcome to your new buses for Slough & Windsor from Thames Valley Buses.
With more routes & newer buses, we think you’ll love the new look Thames Valley brand. Some services in this network will continue to run as Courtney Buses, but over time you’ll see these also change into the new Thames Valley brand.
We’ve lots of exciting improvements lined up & to start things off we’ve introduced new & bigger buses to work on Services 2 & 5. We hope you like them!
We’ve also created a new area ticket, simplySlough & Windsor offering great value for customers travelling regularly & even better these tickets are also valid on Green Line 702 & 703 services between Windsor & Langley or Heathrow. And even more great news! Adult fares on Services 2 & 15 between Slough & Windsor/Eton have been REDUCED & we’ve introduced a new fare called Boost to services in the Thames Valley family. Boost is a young person’s ticket, giving discounted travel for passengers aged 18 & under. Boost will replace our Child & BUSTA fares with a choice of daily, weekly & 4 weekly fares on routes 2,10 & 15. Boost fares are also available to students aged 19 & over who attend a local college or university with valid student ID.
So, come on board & see the changes we’ve made. Also, you can pay with contactless or cash.
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In addition to the new look buses and great fares, please make yourself familiar with some changes to the timetables (which took effect on November 3rd 2019).
Please see Routes & Times for all info.
Please make sure you ask the driver for a new timetable booklet.
This service now runs approximately hourly between Dedworth & Slough via Windsor, with the revised service 10 it forms a half-hour service between Dedworth & Windsor. You’ll find a handy combined timetable of both services in this guide. Sunday times have changed but still operates the same frequency with buses continuing from Slough to Heathrow.
The 0830 weekday journey from Slough (0902 from Harrison Way) now runs 5 minutes earlier throughout. Some early morning Saturday journeys have also had minor adjustments.
Service 10 10A
Following lots of customer feedback, we’ve increased the frequency of Service 10 to operate hourly through most of the day & there is now an earlier bus each day arriving at Heathrow before 0400.
Due to poor demand in Horton Village, all buses run via Wraysbury.
Links from Wraysbury to Slough continue to be provided by Service 10A (following the old 11 route) or Service 10S via Langley to serve the schools.
We’ve improved journeys suitable for Churchmead School with an additional journey in the afternoon. The Sunday service has a revised timetable also but with similar daytime frequencies.
Services 2 & 10 provide a regular half-hourly daytime service between Dedworth & Windsor.
In order to improve reliability, this service has some minor timetable changes with a better connection into Slough before 0900.
Service 16 16A
Again, to address reliability issues, we have retimed many journeys on this service. Please take care to check the new times.
Some afternoon weekday journeys from now run up to 5 minutes later than before.
No changes to times on these services, we have included the times for convenience.