Changes to services from Wednesday 25th March
3 months ago
Due to the ongoing coronavirus situation we will be adjusting our bus timetables from Monday 23 March. Please continue to check this page for the latest information on our buses.
Wednesday 25th March onwards
We have created a revised timetable that will operate from Wednesday 25th March. Most timetables are similar to a Sunday service with some extra journeys in the morning and afternoon peaks for key workers to still get to and from work. However, there will be some time difference to a normal Sunday, so please check the new PDF links below.
Routes running a normal (school holiday) timetable
7A, 7B, 7C, 10, 11, 15, 20, 24, 32, 38, 40, 50, 60, RouteONE, Ringo 1, Ringo 2, X1, X2, X8, X8A, 112, 119, 125 (Monday, Wednesday and Friday only), 191, 193, ASDA and FE1
Routes that will be running to a revised timetable
- m1/m2 - view timetable
- 4 - view timetable
- 5/6 - view timetable
- 8 - view timetable
- 9 - view timetable
- 13 - view timetable
- 14 - view timetable
- 16/17 - view timetable
- X3 - view timetable
- X6 - view timetable
Routes that will be temporarily withdrawn (i.e. not running at all)
3, N1 and N2 nightbuses
This situation will be reviewed regularly, and if we need to make any further changes we will update you in the normal way. We thank for your continued custom and support in these very difficult times.
And once again, we pay thanks to our fantastic colleagues who are still keeping the wheels turning.
The planned Wallisdown Road roadworks that were scheduled from 4th April have now been postponed until further notice.
During this period of change, we won’t be able to update our real time information ready and in time. Therefore, we have switched this off on our website and at the roadside. Unfortunately, the information in our app will also be incorrect. However, we will be able to have this functionality working again on our website and at the roadside roadside later in the week. When live again, some information may be inaccurate - view our guide on this.
We are advised that we should limit cash payments, and would like to encourage as many people as possible to use contactless or our clickit2ride mobile app to pay for their bus tickets. However, we will still take cash if that is your only way to pay.
We would like to thank all our customers for their patience during this time and commend our front-line colleagues who are all doing a fantastic job in difficult circumstances.