In North Espoo and Leppävaara, effective feeder services to Coastal Line stations and frequent services to central Helsinki will continue to provide the backbone of the public transport network. Although the changes to the route network are not dramatic, they are the biggest in 17 years.
Route 235 will form the backbone of the new route network. The service will be rerouted and it will later be converted into trunk route 200. The bus will run between Elielinaukio and Espoon keskus via Leppävaara and Jorvi. It will run every ten minutes for most of the day, from early morning to late evening everyday.
Tuusula shifts increasingly to rail
Bus routes will also change in Tuusula and Kerava. The changes are significant in particular in southern Tuusula, where bus services to Kamppi in Helsinki will be replaced by frequent and effective feeder services to train stations. Direct services to central Helsinki will continue to operate on weekdays.
In Kerava, all bus routes will terminate at Kerava station to facilitate interchanging between buses and trains. In Kellokoski, bus 665 will form the backbone of public transport. The bus will run between Kellokoski and Hyrylä via Järvenpää, enabling passengers to connect with train services.
New trunk routes 500 and 510 to start running
HSL’s trunk route network will expand with two new bus routes when route 58 is converted into trunk route 500 and route 551 into trunk route 510. The timetables and routes of the buses will not change but the number of stops served will decrease to speed up journey times.
The buses will be colored orange like other trunk routes. Passengers can also board the buses through middle doors. Later in the autumn, when the new Pasila station and public transport terminal are completed, the buses will be rerouted to run along Aleksis Kiven katu.
Autumn timetables in the Journey Planner
The timetables and routes of the new buses and trunk routes are already available in the Journey Planner (search date after 12 August).