MORE buses will be introduced on the busy route between Largs, Greenock and Glasgow later this month.

Inverclyde transport firm McGill's is doubling the frequency of Sunday services on its two routes between Largs, Greenock and Glasgow from Sunday, May 19 onwards.

From that date, buses on the company's 'Clyde Flyer' 901 and 906 routes, via Gourock and Branchton respectively, will each run every hour on Sundays, making for a 30-minute frequency on the shared sections of the route, which also serves Wemyss Bay, Inverkip, Port Glasgow and Braehead.

Later services will also run from Glasgow to Greenock and Gourock on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings under a revised timetable which comes into effect on Monday, May 13.

The combined Monday-Saturday daytime frequency for the two routes will remain at every 15 minutes.

The company's summer Sunday service on route 904, linking Largs with Kilbirnie, Beith, Howwood, Johnstone, Linwood and Paisley, was introduced on May 5, and will run until the end of September alongside the existing Monday to Saturday service.

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