East Lothian by Bus
Coronavirus Travel Advice
Our local bus companies are doing a great job of keeping the county moving in these difficult times. Despite the current restrictions there are still buses taking you where you need to go. Please follow the government's advice and only travel when essential to do so. It helps to plan your journey in advance, using the tools on this page.
Local bus services
For an overview of local bus services you can download our new map of the East Lothian Bus Network from May 2020.
For information on local bus services and their timetables visit your local bus operators:
|Borders Buses||www.bordersbuses.co.uk/services||01896 754 350|
|East Coast Buses||www.eastcoastbuses.co.uk/new-routes/||0131 653 1335|
|Eve Coaches Ltd||www.eveinfo.co.uk/bus-services/||01368 865 500|
|E&M Horsburgh||www.horsburghcoaches.com||01506 432 251|
|Lothian Buses||www.lothianbuses.com/timetables/||0131 554 4494|
|Prentice Coaches||www.prenticeofhaddington.info/timetables.html||01620 822620|
Further timetable information for all the bus stops and services across the UK, as well as maps with live bus locations which are updated every minute, can be found on the BusTimes.org website.
You can also plan your journey before you leave using the Traveline Scotland journey planner.
Bus User Groups
- Bus Users UK - a charity working to make public transport inclusive and accessible. Call 0300 111 0001
- RELBUS - Rural East Lothian Bus Users
East Lothian Bus Passenger Charter
In April 2014, East Lothian Council in partnership with five local bus operators and RELBUS jointly launched a Bus Passenger Charter. The aim of the charter is to provide a clear commitment to passengers of the standards of service required and provided by bus services across the county.
One Ticket offers combined train and bus tickets for South-East Scotland, including Dundee, Perth and Stirling, also allowing travel with multiple bus operators on a single season ticket.