Bus service forced to miss Kirkcaldy road due to parked cars

The road will be missed out.The road will be missed out.
The road will be missed out.

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Stagecoach bosses have been forced to axe part of a bus route due to parked cars on a narrow Kirkcaldy road.

The X37, which connects the Chapel area of Kirkcaldy and north Glenrothes, will cut out Harris Drive until further notice.

The firm made the announcement via a tweet today.

Stagecoach have been contacted for comment.

In 2017, Stagecoach was forced to divert part of a service through Kirkcaldy after there were repeated attacks and vandalisms in the Wilson Avenue area.

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A spokeswoman for Stagecoach East Scotland said: “Due to inconsiderate parking on Harris Drive in Kirkcaldy, service X37 was unable to access this area at approximately 16.15 yesterday (Monday 25 February).

“Safety is our highest priority and if required we contact the police to assist in the safe passage of our vehicles.”

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