List of Yellow Buses Routes - Previous Services (pre Transdev)

Previous Services (pre Transdev)

The bus network has seen many changes over the years. Some route numbers, for example, have been reused several times.

This was the original version of route 20.
  • A1: Bournemouth Triangle - Bournemouth Airport via Wessex Way, Travel Interchange, Wessex Way
Originally, this service when it first started ran between Bournemouth Triangle/Square and Bournemouth Airport via Travel Interchange, Winton, Moordown & Parley Cross, however, it was chosen to make the route a more express one. This was renumbered to route 747 in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • w1: Bournemouth Square - Somerford via Boscombe, Pokesdown, Fisherman's Walk, Southbourne, Christchurch, and Purewell
This service was started on 14 December 1993 in competition with Bournemouth Routemaster's 608 service. This service was run by Yellow Buses subsidiary "White Buses". This service was withdrawn on 13 June 1994 in favour of increasing frequencies on Yellow Buses routes 20 and 23.
  • 2 This service ran from the Square via the Lansdowne, Cemetery Junction and Winton from where it ran via Withermoor Road and Victoria Avenue. It then passed through Ensbury Park and along Redhill Drive, terminating near the Wimborne Road. It was withdrawn in the late 1970s and after a suggestion in a letter to the local newspaper partly replaced by diverting some Wilts and Dorset Bournemouth - Ringwood buses from the Moordown section of the route.
  • w2: Bournemouth Square - Somerford via Boscombe, Pokesdown, Fisherman's Walk, Christchurch and Purewell
This service was started when Bournemouth Routemaster started their operations in Bournemouth in 1993. This service ran the same route as Bournemouth Routemaster's 607 service. This service was run by Yellow Buses subsidiary "White Buses". This service was withdrawn on 13 June 1994 in favour of increasing frequencies on Yellow Buses routes 20 and 23.
  • 3/4: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Bear Cross/Wood via Travel Interchange, Winton, Moordown (Route 4 also via Kinson Park Road) and Kinson
These saw a few changes in its day, especially to the day to day running of route 4 on Sundays & Evenings. Originally, route 4 on Sundays and Evenings would run between Bournemouth & Kinson, then linking to route 6 back to Bournemouth Square. Eventually, route 4 was axed on Sundays when route 9 started to run in the evenings.
Route 3/4 was replaced by route 4a in the Network Change of 2 July 2006, with the Kinson Park Road section of route 4 not being served.
  • w3: Bournemouth Square - Bear Wood via Rail Station, Winton, Moordown, Kinson and Bear Cross
This service was started when Bournemouth Routemaster started their operations in Bournemouth in 1993. This service ran the same route as Bournemouth Routemaster's 605 service. This service was run by Yellow Buses subsidiary "White Buses". This service was withdrawn shortly after Bournemouth Routemaster finished their operations in Bournemouth in August 1994.
  • X3: Bearwood - Bournemouth Travel Interchange via Kinson, Redhill, Ensbury Park, Triangle & Square and Lansdowne. LIMITED STOP SERVICE
This service only had one journey in one direction. This service was eventually withdrawn when route 3 & 4 was changed from an every 20-minute service (combined) to an every 30-minute service (combined).
  • 4: Bournemouth Square - Malvern Road via Rail Station & Kings Road
This service used to turn in Malvern Road and Charminster Avenue near St Walburga's School. At times it was extended to Bournemouth Pier.
  • 5: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Moore Avenue/Kinson via Travel Interchange, Winton, Ensbury Park
Originally, this service ran between Bournemouth Square and Moore Avenue. Eventually, Evening & Sundays services were extended to serve Kinson, until the point where it went to Kinson all the time.
Replaced by Route 5a in the Network Change of 2 July 2006 and diverted to serve Richmond Arms instead of East Avenue Roundabout.
  • 5A: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Moore Avenue via Madeira Road, Travel Interchange, Winton, Ensbury Park
A variation of Route 5, this ran 3 journeys in each direction during Mondays to Fridays replacing 3 Route 5 journeys in each direction. This ran for about 2 years and then was re-merged back into Route 5.
  • 6: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Kinson via Travel Interchange, Charminster, Winton, Ensbury Park
This service was given a re-launch as SUPER ROUTE 6 when the company invested in some more single deck low floor buses 1998 along with a Real Time System for the route.
Replaced by Route 5b in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • w6: Bournemouth Square - Cunningham Crescent via Rail Station, Winton, Ensbury Park and Kinson
This service was started when Bournemouth Routemaster started their operations in Bournemouth in 1993. This service ran the same route as Bournemouth Routemaster's 604 service. Service w6 was run by Yellow Buses subsidiary "White Buses". This service was withdrawn shortly after Bournemouth Routemaster finished their operations in Bournemouth in August 1994.
  • 7: Boscombe - Kinson/Francis Avenue/Cunningham Crescent via Royal Victoria Hospital, Queens Park, Charminster, Winton, Victoria Road & Ensbury Park
  • 7: Boscombe - Bournemouth Hospital - Kinson via Pokesdown, Castlepoint, Moordown, Ensbury Park
This has now been replaced by Route 28a in the Network Change of 2 July 2006 and extended beyond Boscombe to Bournemouth via Bournemouth Railway Station.
  • 8: Boscombe - Kinson via Royal Victoria Hospital, Queens Park, Charminster, Winton, Ensbury Park & Cunningham Crescent
  • 8: Bournemouth Square - Kinson via Travel Interchange, Winton, Wallisdown & Kinson Road
  • 8: Boscombe - Bournemouth Hospital - Kinson via Pokesdown, Castlepoint, Moordown, Ensbury Park
This was introduced to make route 7 a combined every 30 min frequency. This has now been replaced by Route 28b in the Network Change of 2 July 2006 and extended beyond Boscombe to Bournemouth via Bournemouth Railway Station.
  • X8: Bournemouth Square - Bournemouth Airport
This was the original version of the A1, but was not used enough, so it was axed, but was resurrected in the form of Route A1 when that started. This bus had a dedicated bus allocated to it, fleet number 153 (ERU 153V - Leyland Fleetline) painted up in Bournemouth Airport Airbus colours.
  • 9: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Bear Cross via Travel Interchange, Winton, Wallisdown, Knighton Heath Road
Originally ran from Bournemouth Triangle to Bear Cross via Richmond Hill, Winton, Wallisdown & Knighton Heath Road, but was re-routed to serve the Travel Interchange and terminate at Bournemouth Square when route 9A was axed. With this, along with Route 69, Yellow Buses set up an every 30 minute frequency between Mountbatten Arms and Bournemouth Square via Wallisdown, Winton and Travel Interchange which followed the same route during Mondays to Saturdays Daytimes.
Replaced by Route 6b in the Network Change of 2 July 2006. Now only used by a single decker bus which is proven to be too over crowded and lacks disabled access causing much destress to passengers who formally used route 9.
  • 9A: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Bear Cross via Travel Interchange, Winton, Wallisdown & Knighton Heath Road
A route which ran on the Evening, Sunday and Bank Holiday timetable to maintain a connection through the station to the Talbot Campus of the University and Wallisdown. It was needed as the 69 route did not run at these times. This route is desperately needed again.
  • 10: Tuckton Bridge - Kinson via Southbourne, Fisherman's Walk, Shelley Park, Southcote Road, Rail Station, Lansdowne, Bournemouth Square, Glenferness Avenue, Wallisdown, Turbary Park and Maclean Road.
This was the original version of Route 10; in 1978 it was extended to Kinson to replace the 30 route when it was altered to run to Poole. Then in the 1990s it was shortened to run between Bournemouth Triangle - Kinson via Glenferness Avenue, Wallisdown & Turbary Park, thus withdrawing the section of route between Bournemouth and Tuckton Bridge.
Replaced by Route 6a between Bournemouth Square and Kinson, but runs via Travel Interchange & Winton and not Glenferness Avenue. The section of route between Bournemouth Triangle and Talbot Roundabout via Glenferness Avenue is replaced by Route 37 after Bournemouth Council stepped in.
  • 11: Chines & Pines Circular Tour (Summer Only/Open Top Route)
This service was taken over from Christchurch Buses. This service used Vintage Yellow Buses.
  • 11: The Original Bournemouth Tour (Summer Only/Open Top Route)
45 Minute tour of the area using Vintage Yellow Buses. This was withdrawn and replaced by the Chines & Pines Circular Tour when Christchurch Buses (a Yellow Buses subsidiary) stop running its Chines & Pines tour.
  • 11: Sandbanks - Christchurch Quay via Lilliput, Compton Acres, Canford Cliffs, Branksome Chine, Alum Chine, Westbourne, Bournemouth Triangle/Square/Pier, Boscombe, Boscombe Pier, Southbourne and Tuckton Bridge (Summer Only/Coastal Service/Open Top Route)
Originally this service only ran between Bournemouth Pier and Christchurch Quay, but was extended after time beyond Bournemouth Pier to Sandbanks.
This service ran hourly, but with Route 12, provided a 30 minute overall frequency between Sandbanks and Southbourne. Eventually, it was decided to merge this route into Route 12
  • 12: Sandbanks - Christchurch Civic Offices (Summer Only/Coastal Service/Open Top Route)
This service over its lifetime has seen lots of changes. Originally running between Hengistbury Head and Alum Chine, this route did very well. After many years, it was extended beyond Alum Chine to Sandbanks, and thus it provided (in conjunction with Route 11) a 30 minute overall frequency between Sandbanks and Southbourne.
Eventually, it was decided to merge Routes 11 & 12 together to make a new Route 12 covering Sandbanks to Christchurch Quay via Lilliput, Compton Acres, Canford Cliffs, The Chines, The Piers (including Bournemouth Town Centre), Southbourne, Hengistbury Head and Tuckton Bridge.
LOW SUMMER TIME: Ran between Sandbanks Ferry and Christchurch Quay every hour.
HIGH SUMMER TIME: It ran every 30 minutes using the fleet of convertible Daimler/Leyland Fleetlines. This ran for many years until in 2002, when it was decided to start playing around with the service, in that there would be 2 buses and hour between Alum Chine and Christchurch Quay with one an hour extending to Sandbanks. 2002 also saw 3 new Volvo B7TL ELC Vyking Convertible open toppers arrive, however, only 431 (which was in the Centenary Livery) was used that year, and the rest of the open-toppers were made up of fleetlines. The following year, the service was restored back to its original every 30minutes between Sandbanks and Christchurch Quay, and also saw all 3 Volvo B7TL ELC Vyking Convertibles used with the rest made up of Convertible Fleetlines again.
In 2004 however, everything suddenly changed when the company decided to start selling their Convertible Fleetlines (except for 138 and 140), which saw Route 12's frequency of service reduced to every hour for the whole Low & High Summer Season. Also, it was decided that Route 12 would no longer serve Alum Chine after the year before's incident with the Alum Chine car park traffic jam all along Alumhurst Road.
In 2005, the route was restore back to serve Alum Chine, however, the service was diverted away from Christchurch Quay to serve Christchurch High Street and Christchurch Civic Offices, but remained an hourly service.
In 2006, the route was changed between Bournemouth and Christchurch in that the section of route between Boscombe Gardens and Christchurch was withdrawn and was diverted to serve Bournemouth Railway Station.
In 2007, it was restored to the 2005 route, serving the West Cliff and Alum Chine again, as well as Christchurch Civic Offices.
In 2008, the service was operated between Bournemouth and Boscombe Piers by subsidiary company, Classic Southdown Omniubuses Limited, as a heritage route.
In 2009, TYB took the decision to withdraw this route altogether.
  • 15: Chines & Pines Circular Tour (Summer Only/Open Top Route)
This service was originally operated by Christchurch Buses (a bit like White Buses, it was a subsidiary of Yellow Buses). Eventually, it was withdrawn and given to Vintage Yellow Buses (another Yellow Buses subsidiary) to operate it, to which it was re-numbered to Route 11.
  • 16: Bournemouth Pier - Boscombe Pier via Seafront
  • 16/16A: Bournemouth Square/Triangle - Westbourne - Alum Chine (Route 16A only)
  • 17: Alum Chine - Bournemouth Triangle/Pier/Square - Throop Church via West Cliff, Rail Station & Charminster
This service was relaunched as SUPER ROUTE 17 in 1995 when the company invested in a Real Time System for the route and brought 4 buses for this route, fleet numbers 451 to 454 inclusive, in Super Route 17 livery displaying the route it took along the side of the bus. In 2005, the Super Route 17 livery was changed to be the standard livery with just the words "SUPER 17" above the blue curve at the rear of the bus.
Replaced by Route 24 in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 18: Throop - Boscombe via Charminster, Cooper Dean, Queens Park and Royal Victoria Hospital
  • 18: Alum Chine - Bournemouth Triangle/Pier/Square - Muscliffe via West Cliff, Rail Station & Charminster & Moordown
This service used to link to and from route 33/34 at Muscliffe. Also, route 18 in the last year of it running was diverted away from Bournemouth Pier to assist in its running time.
This service was withdrawn when it was decided to run a full circuit of Routes 33/34 on Evenings and Sundays.
  • 19 Bournemouth Square - Bourne Valley
This short route ran up the Bourne Avenue and Branksome Wood Road, involving diversions via Prince of Wales and Surrey Roads, to terminate below the railway viaducts near Coy Pond. The service was withdrawn in the late 1970s.
  • 19: Bournemouth Square - Kinson via Glenferness Avenue, Winton & Wallisdown
This route started in 1984 as a Sunday combination of the 9 and 10 routes of the time. It was abandoned in favour of running the 4/9 through fares route on Sundays.
  • 20: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Somerford Sainsbury's via Boscombe, Iford & Christchurch
Originally started at Westbourne, but that section of the route was later transferred to route 22 for a period of time until that section was axed.
Replaced by Route 1a in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 21: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Somerford Sainsbury's via Boscombe, Fisherman's Walk, Southbourne Cross Roads, Tuckton Bridge, Kings Avenue, Christchurch and Somerford Estate
Was introduced when route 25 was axed in 2001. This replaced one of the route 22 journeys an hour during the daytime Monday to Saturday and ran the exact same route as the 22, however it also served Kings Avenue. Eventually, route 21 journeys were returned to route 22 journey's and the Kings Avenue section of route then became part of route 68.
  • 22: Poole - Somerford Sainsbury's via Poole Hospital, Ashley Cross, Penn Hill, Westbourne, Bournemouth Triangle/Square, Boscombe, Fisherman's Walk, Southbourne Cross Roads, Tuckton Bridge, Christchurch and Somerford Estate
This service has seen many changes. It originally ran between Bournemouth Square and Hengistbury Head but was extended to serve Somerford and, later, to Westbourne when route 20 was shortened to terminate at the Square, However, soon after, route 22 was shortened back to Bournemouth Square. Then, in a strange twist of events, route 22 after 18.30 each day would not go any further than Tuckton, and then eventually, route 22 wouldn't go any further than Christchurch on Sundays until 18.30 when it would not go any further than Tuckton, leaving out Somerford Estate and Somerford. Then in August 2005, Wilts & Dorset opted to drop route 101 from their services, so the Yellows took route 101 over then shortly after, it was merged into route 22, therefore extended Route 22 beyond Bournemouth Square, and the 6 Volvo B7TL ELC Myllennium Vykings were given Route 22 brandings and were thus allocated to the route. In December 2005, Transdev brought the company, and the decision was made to removed the brandings from the 6 Volvo B7TL ELC Myllennium Vykings. In July 2006, the big network changed the route this bus took, and instead was rerouted to run via Upper Parkstone and Sea View, and were renumbered 1c. However, Roadliner created a link between Penn Hill and Upper Parkstone with their new Route 8, thus still giving passengers a link to Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch, albeit not a direct service. Following the collapse of Roadliner this route was taken over by Shamrock Buses in August 2009. Also, Wilts & Dorset still run Route 150 between Bournemouth & Penn Hill.
Replaced by Route 1c in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • X22: Bournemouth Square - Highcliffe Sea Corner via Wessex Way, Fairmile, Christchurch & Somerford Estate. LIMITED STOP SERVICE
Originally ran between Bournemouth Square and Somerford (Sainsbury's), but when Route 31/32 were extended to Somerford/Highcliffe, route X22 was extended to serve Highcliffe, but would not serve Somerford Sainsbury's as a result. This service was withdrawn in July 2006.
  • 23: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Christchurch via Boscombe, Fisherman's Walk, Cranleigh Estate, Tuckton Bridge
During the last few years on route 23, it was shortened to terminate at Tuckton Bridge after 18.30 each day.
Replaced by Route 1b in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 25: Westbourne - Christchurch via Bournemouth Triangle/Square, Rail Station, Boscombe, Fisherman's Walk, Southbourne Cross Roads, Tuckton Bridge & Kings Avenue
This route originally only ran between Westbourne and Boscombe, but was then extended to Christchurch.
This service (along with route 16/16A) were the 1st routes in Yellow Buses to see Low Floor Buses. Evenings and Sunday journeys on Route 25 only ran between Westbourne and Boscombe Bus Station. Unfortunately, in 2001, this service was axed and the Kings Avenue section of the route was given to the NEW service, route 21.
  • 26: Boscombe - Tower Park via Winton, Ensbury Park, Francis Avenue, Alderney
Withdrawn January 2001
  • 27: Bournemouth Square - West Way via Richmond Hill, Winton, Moordown, Broadway
  • 27: Boscombe - Kinson via via Winton, Ensbury Park, West Howe
When Route 28 was withdrawn, this route linked to Route 7. This has been replaced by Route 25 in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 28: Boscombe - Kinson via Winton, Ensbury Park, East Howe, Holloway Avenue
This service originally linked into Route 7 at Kinson. When Route 28 was withdrawn in January 2001, Route 27 linked to Route 7 at Kinson.
  • 29: Boscombe - Poole Rail Station/Poole Quay via Winton, Wallisdown (including Fern Barrow), Alderney, Poole Hospital
This service was originally introduced to replace one of the Route 30 buses every hour. The idea was to have Route 29 serve Fern Barrow every hour, and have Route 30 not serve Fern Barrow, thus still providing a 30 minute frequency on most of the route. After a year, Route 29 was re-merged back into Route 30, and with that Route 30 started serving Fern Barrow every 30mins yet again.
  • 30: Boscombe - Poole Bus Station via Winton, Wallisdown (including Fern Barrow), Alderney, Poole Hospital
Oddly enough, this was the original route that service 30 took when it first started with a 30 minute frequency. After that came a series of changes to the service. The service was changed at the Poole end, from Poole Hospital it would go to Poole Railway Station, then continue onto Poole Quay, instead of serve Poole Bus Station. Then, the option was taken to extend the service the at the other end, therefore extending the service beyond Boscombe Bus Station to Boscombe Pier. Then, Condor Ferries funded for the extension of some buses beyond Poole Quay to serve the Poole Ferry Terminal. This lasted for a few years until Condor Ferries withdrew funding, and the service was reset to terminate at Poole Quay once more. Then, Route 29 was introduced to replace one bus an hour on Route 30. The idea was to allow Route 30 not to serve Fern Barrow, and just to have Route 29 serve Fern Barrow every hour. Also during that time, the service was shortened at the Boscombe end, thus making Boscombe Bus Station the terminating spot once more. After a year, Route 29 was merged back into Route 30, and route 30 started to serve Fern Barrow every half hour once again. The last change to Route 30 was to have it put back to its original route, thus it terminated at Poole Bus Station once more. However, with this change, one bus per hour on Route 30 was replaced by Route 40, which ran the same route between Winton Banks and Poole via Fern Barrow as Route 30, but Route 40 started at Castlepoint. This brought to an end the 30 minute frequency of Route 30 between Winton Banks and Boscombe. Service 30 was financially supported by The Borough of Poole.
In the Network Change of 2 July 2006, Route 30 was replaced by Route 26, but Route 40 was withdrawn, and the option was taken to keep Route 26 every hour as Route 30 was previously.
  • 31: Bournemouth Square - Moore Avenue via Winton, Ensbury Park and Fernheath Road.
  • 31: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Somerford Sainsbury's via Charminster, Castlepoint/Hospital, Fisherman's Walk, Southbourne Cross Roads, Tuckton Bridge, Christchurch & Mudeford
  • 32: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Highcliffe Sea Corner via Charminster, Castlepoint/Hospital, Iford, Jumpers, Fairmile, Christchurch & Mudeford
Originally, this service only ran between Bournemouth and Jumpers Corner. It was some time before it was extended to serve Fairmile, Christchurch and Purewell. This set-up ran for some time until the decision was made to have the 68 extend to Purewell and the 32 terminate at Christchurch Civic Offices. Of course, this lasted a few months as the route was then re-extended back to Purewell, but also further extended to serve Mudeford and Highcliffe.
This service was replaced by Route 3a in the Network Change of 2 July 2006, which only ran between Bournemouth and Christchurch.
  • 33: Westbourne - Muscliffe - Bournemouth Pier/Square (Circular Service) via Bournemouth Triangle/Square, Rail Station, Hospital/Castlepoint, Muscliffe, Moordown, Winton, Travel Interchange
Replaced by Route 2 between Bournemouth Triangle and Bournemouth Hospital via Springbourne and by Route 4b between Bournemouth Hospital and Bournemouth Pier/Square via Winton in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 34: Bournemouth Pier/Square - Muscliffe - Westbourne (Circular Service) via Travel Interchange, Winton, Moordown, Muscliffe, Castlepoint/Hospital, Rail Station, Bournemouth Square/Triangle
Replaced by Route 2 between Bournemouth Triangle and Bournemouth Hospital via Springbourne and by Route 4b between Bournemouth Hospital and Bournemouth Pier/Square via Winton in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 35: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Boscombe via Charminster, Castlepoint, Townsend, Hospital
Replaced by Route 3b in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 36: Ferndown - Christchurch via Parley Cross, Castlepoint/Hospital & Fairmile
This service was operated under contract to Dorset County Council as a trial service running 3 time a day Monday to Saturday in both directions. This service was withdrawn since not enough people were using it.
  • 38: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Cooper Dean via Winton & West Way
Withdrawn January 2001
  • 39: Canford Heath - Bournemouth Hospital via Tower Park, Alderney, Bearwood, Kinson, Castlepoint
  • 40: Somerford Estate - Francis Avenue via Purewell, Christchurch, Jumpers, Iford, Cooper Dean, Hampshire Centre, Charminster Broadway, Kinson, Bear Cross & Fairways Park Estate
  • 40: Castlepoint - Poole Bus Station via Moordown, Winton, Wallisdown (including Fern Barrow), Alderney, Poole Hospital
This with Route 30 provided a bus every 30mins between Winton and Poole via Alderney. This service was withdrawn in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 41: Holdenhurst - Hampshire Centre via Throop, Muscliffe & Charminster Broadway
  • 42: Castlepoint - Westbourne via West Way, Winton & Glenferness Avenue
Service 42 was financially supported by Bournemouth Borough Council.
Replaced by Route 29 in the Network Change of 2 July 2006.
  • 68: Purewell - Alderney via Christchurch, Kings Avenue, Tuckton Bridge, Southbourne Cross Roads, Fisherman's Walk, Boscombe, Rail Station, Bournemouth Square/Triangle, Westbourne, Upper Parkstone, Sea View
This route originally only ran between Alderney and Boscombe, but was then extended to Christchurch. Then, Kings Avenue became part of the route when the 21 was axed, then the route was extended to Purewell from Christchurch after the 31 was shortended to terminate at Christchurch and not Purewell.
This service traditionally linked to route 69 at Alderney. In the network change of 2 July 2006, only parts of the service were replaced by many routes. The section between Pokesdown and Bournemouth Triangle was replaced by route 28a/b in the Network Change of 2 July 2006, and the sections of route between Purewell and Boscombe and also Lansdowne and Sea View was replaced by route 1b/c in the Network Change of 2 July 2006..
  • 69: Alderney - Bournemouth Pier/Square via Wallisdown, Winton & Travel Interchange
This service traditionally linked to route 68 at Alderney. When Route 9 was re-routed, Yellow Buses set up an every 30 minute frequency between Mountbatten Arms and Bournemouth Square via Wallisdown, Winton and Travel Interchange which followed the same route during Mondays to Saturdays Daytimes. When the 2 July 2006 Network Change came into force, this bus was re-routed between Wallisdown Roundabout and Alderney to run via Alder Hills, and also received an extension to serve Tower Park. It is now renumbered as Route 6c in the Network Change of 2 July 2006. In a way, this also brought part of the old route 70 back into force with the service running between Bournemouth and Tower Park, though the Tower Park section has now been withdrawn with the 6c running to Canford Heath instead.
  • 70: Bournemouth Triangle/Square - Tower Park
This was run in conjunction with route 26 and to provide a new link to Tower Park by the Yellows, but was rather short-lived.The service only ran evenings and Sundays and was provided at the request and suggestion of the many Language Schools in Bournemouth.
  • 89: Bournemouth Square - Bransgore via Christchurch
Service 89 was financially supported by New Forest District Council/Hampshire County Council.
  • 90: Lansdowne - Lansdowne (Circular Service) via Westbourne, Wallisdown, Winton and Boscombe
This was a Night Bus Service and was only run during University Term Time. Service 90 was financially supported by Bournemouth University Students' Union.
  • 92: Bournemouth University (Talbot Campus) - Chapel Gate (University Sports Ground) via Redhill, Northbourne and Parley Cross.
This service was run irregularly to meet the requirements of Bournemouth University. It ran a Return Journey on Mondays & Wednesdays.
  • 93: Southbourne Cross Roads - University (Talbot Campus) via Fisherman's Walk, Pokesdown, Boscombe, Lansdowne, Cemetery Junction
This service was run only during University Term Time, under contract to Bournemouth University
Replaced by Wilts & Dorset Unilinx route B
  • 94: Boscombe Bus Station - University (Talbot Campus) via Lansdowne & Cemetery Junction
This service was run only during University Term Time, under contract to Bournemouth University
Replaced by Wilts & Dorset Unilinx route B
  • 95: Boscombe Bus Station - University (Talbot Campus) via Kings Park, Charminster, Moordown and Winton
This service was run only during University Term Time, under contract to Bournemouth University
Replaced by Wilts & Dorset Unilinx route C
  • 96/98: Boscombe Bus Station - Alum Chine via Lansdowne, Cemetery Junction, University (Talbot Campus), Glenferness Avenue, Bournemouth Town Centre and Westbourne
This service was run only during University Term Time, under contract to Bournemouth University
Replaced by two routes:
Between Boscombe Bus Station and University (Talbot Campus), it has been replaced by Wilts & Dorset Unilinx route B
Between University (Talbot Campus) and Alum Chine, it has been replaced by Wilts & Dorset Unilinx Route A
  • 101: Bournemouth Square - Poole Bus Station via Bournemouth Triangle, Westbourne, Penn Hill, Ashley Cross and Poole Hospital
Taken over from Wilts & Dorset when it was axed from their services in August 2005, this route was allocated the 4 brand new Wrights Merits (which were originally intended to be used on Super Route 17). In October 2005, Route 101 was merged into Route 22, therefore extended Route 22 beyond Bournemouth Square, and the 6 Volvo B7TL ELC Myllennium Vykings were given Route 22 brandings and were thus allocated to the route. In December 2005, Transdev brought the company, and the decision was made to removed the brandings from the 6 Volvo B7TL ELC Myllennium Vykings. In July 2006, the big network changed the route this bus took, and instead was rerouted to run via Upper Parkstone and Sea View, and were renumbered 1c. However, Roadliner have created a link between Penn Hill and Upper Parkstone with their new Route 8, thus still giving passengers a link to Bournemouth & Poole & Christchurch, albeit not a direct service. This route was taken over by Shamrock Buses in August 2009 when Roadliner ceased operations. Wilts & Dorset also run Route 150 between Bournemouth and Penn Hill.
  • 147: Bournemouth Square - Poole Bus Station via Bournemouth Triangle, Westbourne, Canford Cliffs, Lilliput, Ashley Cross and Poole Hospital
Taken over from Wilts & Dorset when it was axed from their services in August 2005, however, the Yellows axed it in April 2006. It has been partially replaced by Roadliner as an extension of their route 8 from Upper Parkstone (this route has been operated by Shamrock Buses since Roadliner's collapse in August 2009). Most of the route however has no current service.
  • 168: Upper Parkstone - Bourne Estate - Upper Parkstone
Taken over from Wilts & Dorset axed it in August 2005; however, Yellow Buses axed it in April 2006, and it was taken over first by Roadliner and later by Shamrock Buses as route 8.
  • 169: Upper Parkstone - Alderney East - Upper Parkstone
Taken over from Wilts & Dorset axed it in August 2005; however, Yellow Buses axed it in April 2006, and it was taken over first by Roadliner and later by Shamrock Buses as route 8.

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