Studying Late? 24/7 library & late night buses!

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This week sees the launch of our FREE late night bus service, delivered with the support of First Bus Aberdeen. Buses will run every 30 minutes overnight between the RGU campus and Castle Street, starting at 12:30am and ending at 3:30am. See a full breakdown of departure times below. This service will operate on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights until 19th December.

Monday - Tuesday
Free buses start at 12:30am (Tuesday morning), then at
1am, 1:30am, 2am, 2:30am, 3am, 3:30am

Tuesday - Wednesday
Free buses start at 12:30am (Wednesday morning), then at
1am, 1:30am, 2am, 2:30am, 3am, 3:30am

Wednesday - Thursday
Free buses start at 12:30am (Thursday morning), then at
1am, 1:30am, 2am, 2:30am, 3am, 3:30am

Thursday - Friday
Free buses start at 12:30am (Friday morning), then at
1am, 1:30am, 2am, 2:30am, 3am, 3:30am

Buses will depart from the bus stop on the RGU campus (outside the Ishbel Gordon Building) and will run into the city centre, with the final stop being Castle Street.

Please also note, when travelling back to the RGU campus from the city centre, buses will not stop to collect passengers unless flagged/waved down. If you would like to use the free late night bus to get to the RGU campus from the city centre, please ensure you flag the bus down at the bus stop when it approaches

To find out more please contact Emmanuel Akerele (presew@rguunion.co.uk)

 

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