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Triangle Area Service (140) buses subject to diversions until 19th February

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140 Ulsterbus services will be subject to diversions from Monday 8th to Friday 19th February 2016 due to resurfacing works on the Coleraine Road in Portrush. It is proposed that this work will take place in phases.

On Monday and Tuesday of each week; the road will be closed from Glenvale Avenue through to the Metropole.

This means all 140 services will be diverted via Glenvale Ave, Girona and Ballywillan road.
School buses in the morning should be able to access as normal but please be aware that this could change. Afternoon school services will follow the diversion.

Second phase (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday each week); the road will be closed from Hillcrest through to Glenvale Avenue.

All 140 services will divert at Lidl using Glenmanus Road to Metropole.
Morning & afternoon school buses should have access in this phase.

For further information please call Ulsterbus Coleraine on (028) 70 325 400.

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