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Upcoming buses

Bus times courtesy of Go South Coast, and are live unless stated otherwise.

Routes

This is a list of all services that serve this stop. Most services have multiple routes, depending on the time of day. This information is processed from the Traveline National Dataset (TNDS), which is Open Data, published under the Open Government License.

3 Lord's Hill Centre - Fairfax Court
52 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire
3 Lord's Hill Centre - Fairfax Court
52 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire
3 Lord's Hill Centre - Fairfax Court
52 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire
3 Lord's Hill Centre - Vincent's Walk
28 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire
12 Lord's Hill Centre - Pound Tree Road
39 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire
18 Borrowdale Road - Burgoyne Road
53 stops | Service operated by Bluestar
40 The Bellemoor - Vincent's Walk
11 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire
U2 Mayflower Halls - Southampton Uni Interchange
15 stops | Service operated by Unilink
U2B Mayflower Halls - Crematorium
24 stops | Service operated by Unilink
U2B Mayflower Halls - Crematorium
23 stops | Service operated by Unilink
U2X Mayflower Halls - Chamberlain Halls
17 stops | Service operated by Unilink
U2X Mayflower Halls - Southampton Uni Interchange
14 stops | Service operated by Unilink
X4 St Annes Convent School - Vincent's Walk
6 stops | Service operated by First in Hampshire

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