LAST UPDATED: 6th July 2020
Click on the links below for information on the changes in your area:
- Service Levels in the Midlands (Leicester City, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Rutland)
- Service Levels in the South (Luton, Central Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire)
What has changed in the past week in the South?
- The 96/A will be operating to a Saturday service Monday to Saturday.
- A reduced Saturday service has been introduced on the 18, 45, 85/A and the 89.
- The 366 is operating to a normal service level on the weekdays, but you may need to change at Welwyn Garden City for onward travel to Hatfield.
- Changes to the 34 weekday off peak timetable
- A later journey on the 40 has been introduced.
What has changed in the past week in the Midlands?
- Additional journeys added to the 40 service in Leicester.
- The 29 to Melton Vale College has been reinstated.
- Extra peak journeys added to service 1 to Alma Park and Earlesfield in Grantham on the weekdays and a normal Saturday service has been reinstated.
- Grantham service 3 has been restored.
- Grantham service 6 is operating to a school holiday service.
- Grantham service 9 to Sunningdale has certain journeys diverted via Knipton to cover some journeys on the 55/56.
- A reduced service has been reinstated on the 9 between Oakham and Stamford.
- The Saturday service on the 12 has been restored.
- The 14 service between Grantham and Downtown during the weekdays has been restored.
- The 146 service is operating to a revised weekday timetable.
- The weekday service on the RF2 has been enhanced, with certain journeys extended to Melton Mowbray.
Please note that bus stops and third party websites will not have been updated with these changes, therefore, our website is the best source of up to date information.
We understand that there are concerns over the current outbreak of coronavirus. We want to reassure all our customers and staff that their safety and well-being is our top priority.
This is a difficult time for all, and the world changed with the announcement of a national lock down. Passenger numbers have fallen to 15% or less of normal numbers. With the help of Local Authority partners and our staff, who are being magnificent, we continue to provide a reduced service on most routes.