MOST bus services remain suspended this afternoon due to the wintry conditions, but operators are planning to run some routes later this afternoon.
The latest information as of 2.30pm is as follows:
Service 1 (Town Service)
Service resumed at 1400.
Service 4 (Lerwick-Scalloway)
Service operating to published timetable. Minibus in use, therefore less social distance capacity. There will be no 2120 service tonight.
Service 6 (Lerwick-Sumburgh)
Service suspended until 1650. Single vehicle provision from Viking Bus Station at 1715, starting from College at 1650. There will be no 2108 service tonight.
Service 9 (Lerwick-Walls)
Suspended until resuming with 1715 departure from the Viking Bus Station. There will be no 2120 service tonight.
Service 12 (Lerwick-Aith) –
Cancelled. All passengers for Aith to join the Service 9 departure at 1715, a feeder to Aith will be provided from Bixter.
Service 19 (Lerwick-Vidlin)
Service suspended until resuming at 1705 from Viking Bus Station.
Service 21 – (Lerwick-Hillswick)
Service suspended until resuming at 1715 from Viking Bus Station.
Service 23 (Lerwick-Toft)
Service suspended until resuming with 1710 departure from Viking Bus Station. There will be no 2110 service tonight.
Service 24V (Overland)
Departed Viking Bus Station at 1400.
Service 24Y (Yell)
Service suspended until resuming at 1820 from Ulsta.
There remains disruption on the inter-island ferries. The numbers of the voicebank update service can be found here.
For more on the local impact of the windy and wintry weather, visit here.
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