A new bus service from East Lothian to Edinburgh has been launched

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A new service from Lothian Country Buses is set to create a frequent and direct route between East Lothian and Edinburgh.

Beginning on Sunday, September 7, the 104 will connect Haddington, Macmerry, Tranent and Wallyford with the city centre. The service has been welcomed by local MSP Iain Gray.

The route will make use of the A1 and Edinburgh’s Regent Road to save time, with buses operating up to every 30 minutes during the day.

The 7-day service will also provide hourly buses during the late evening. The service is also part of the wider Transport for Edinburgh network so passengers who travel on the 104 using Lothian Country Buses DAYtickets or Lothian Country Buses RIDACARDS will also be able to travel on Lothian Buses and Edinburgh Trams.

Full route details, timetables and fares at www.lothianbuses.com or call 0131 554 4494.

Go along to a roadshow in Haddington and find out how the 104 could suit you. The team will be in Haddington town

centre on Saturday 6th September 2014 from 10am until 2pm.

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