We have announced some minor service changes as part of our regular twice-yearly review of the bus network.
The changes - which will come into force on September 16 - are typically in response to customer requests.
Route 6 from Downs Park to Brighton Station will increase in frequency on Sundays from 20 to every 15 minutes during shopping hours.
Route 1 from Mile Oak will, in future, also serve Brighton Station on Sunday mornings as it does on weekdays.
Some route 2 services in the early morning and evening that normally terminate at Shoreham High Street will start from or continue to Old Shoreham, Red Lion.
Routes 5, 5A and 5B will see some earlier morning journeys on Sundays.
Route 12 is to have new earlier Sunday morning journeys from both Brighton and Eastbourne.
Route 28 is to get earlier first journeys into Brighton from Lewes from Monday through to Saturday.
Routes 22 and 48 from the east of the city (Woodingdean and Lower Bevendean) will, from September, terminate at Churchill Square instead of Brighton Station (excluding morning peak hour times). This change is designed to help ease congestion in the area and is part of the bus company's continuing aim to improve air quality in the city.
Services 22 and 48 have been making their way up Queens Road with very few - if any - passengers as those who want to go to the station get off at St Peter's Church and walk up Trafalgar Street to avoid being delayed by the bus route which takes in the Old Steine, North Street and the Clock Tower.
The section of Dyke Road, south of Seven Dials, will continue to be served by route 56 and some route 18 services.
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