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Coronavirus timetables from 29 March

2 months ago Thu 26th Mar 2020

Please note: timetables may change again so the information below might have changed. Keep checking our coronavirus updates page for the latest information.

From Sunday 29 March we will be changing bus timetables again, in response to the government’s coronavirus advice.

As the public have been advised to travel only if necessary, we have changed services to concentrate on getting key workers to and from essential employment.

As fewer people are travelling, buses will be less frequent on most routes, although we will be prioritising links to hospitals as much as possible.

The new timetables are available to view on this website and on our app now – we have posted a summary of the changes below. Alternatively, simply choose your timetable from the timetable list and set the date to the day you will be travelling next week.  Please be aware that timetables will change depending on the day of the week, i.e. whether it is Monday-Friday, Saturday or Sunday.

Those without internet access can get the new times by ringing the travel advice service BusLine, on 01482 59 29 29, which is open Monday-Saturday, 8am-5pm.  Lines are expected to be very busy, so we would ask that only those who cannot access timetables online should call.  From Monday 30 March, BusLine opening times will change to Monday-Saturday, 8am-1pm. 

In normal circumstances we want as many people as possible to travel on our buses, but in this extraordinary situation we are asking people to think before they travel, and only use the bus if their journey is absolutely essential.  This will help keep everyone safe.

The new timetables are aimed at getting key workers to essential jobs, so if you are a key worker and you find that the new bus times mean you can’t get to critical employment, you should contact us as soon as possible via busline@eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk so we can try to tweak the timetables to help.

Here's a summary of the timetable changes from Sunday 29 March.

Scarborough

Eastfield/Filey Road/Seamer Road

Services 7/7A will run hourly all day, giving a half-hourly service between Eastfield and Scarborough Town Centre (via either Filey Road or Seamer Road).  Times of first buses will be roughly the same as before, and after 6pm evening buses will run as normal.

See the new Service 7/7A timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Barrowcliff/Northstead

Services 8/8A will run hourly to their normal Sunday route, running from 7.20am until 6pm Monday-Saturday.  On Sunday buses will run hourly, although will not serve Scalby Mills/Sea Life.

See the new Service 8/8A timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Falsgrave/Hospital

Service 10 will run hourly Monday-Saturday, with the first bus at 7.05am from Aberdeen Walk to the Hospital, then 7.40am and hourly until 5.40pm.  These buses will not serve Queen Street.

See the new Service 10 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Bridlington-Filey-Scarborough

Service 12 will run every two hours during the day, and buses are timed to connect at Bridlington with Service 121, for onward connections to Driffield, Beverley and Hull.  There will be fewer evening buses.

The Service 12A journey will run as normal from Bridlington to Scarborough Monday-Friday.

See the new Service 12 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Ravenscar, Cloughton, Burniston

Service 115 will continue to run as normal.

Helmsley-Pickering-Scarborough

Service 128 will continue to run its temporary timetable as already published, with buses about every two hours, except the evening journeys at 6.30pm from Scarborough and 7.30pm from Pickering will not run.  Sunday buses will remain on their current winter timetable.

See the new Service 128 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Scarborough services which are not mentioned above will not run.

Hull & East Riding

Holme on Spalding Moor-York via villages

Service 18 will run to its normal Saturday times Monday-Saturday, and the late evening buses will not run.

See the Service 18 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Bridlington Avenue-Beverley Road-Kingswood

Service 21 will run to its normal Saturday times Monday-Saturday.

See the Service 21 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Willerby

Service 34 will run hourly all day every day, with Service 34C running in the evening.

See the new Service 34/34C timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-James Reckitt Avenue-Staveley Road

Service 50 will run to its normal Saturday times Monday-Saturday.

See the Service 50 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Boulevard-Hawthorne Avenue-Pickering Road-Sibelius Road

Service 51 will run to its normal Saturday times Monday-Saturday.

See the Service 51 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hessle, Hessle Road, Hull, Holderness Road, Longhill

Service 57 will run every 30 minutes during the day Monday-Saturday, hourly during evenings, and hourly on Sunday.  Some early morning journeys will run as Service 56, but most buses will run as 57s, all the way through from Hessle to Longhill, via Hull City Centre.

See the new Service 56/57 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Priory Road-Cottingham

Service 63 will run half-hourly during the day Monday-Saturday, and hourly on Sundays.  The evening Service 63C will run as normal.

See the new Service 63 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Anlaby Road-Hessle

Service 66 will run hourly throughout the day and evening.

See the new Service 66 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Easington-Withernsea via villages

Withernsea Service 71 will run to special times, with five journeys in each direction between 9am and 3pm Monday-Saturday.

See the new Service 71 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Withernsea-Hull via villages

Service 75 will run hourly during the day Monday-Saturday.  It will run every two hours on Sundays.  Evening buses will run as normal, except the special late buses which normally only run Friday/Saturday, which will not run.

See the new Service 75 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Goole-Rawcliffe Bridge

Goole Service 88 will run as normal.

Hull-Avenues-Cottingham

Hull Service 104 will run half-hourly Monday-Saturday during the day and evening, and hourly on Sunday.

See the new Service 104 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Beverley Road-Cottingham

Hull Service 105 will run hourly throughout the day.

See the new Service 105 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Beverley-Driffield-Bridlington

Service 121 will run every two hours during the day, with a normal evening service.

See the new Service 121 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Driffield-Bridlington via villages

Service 136 will run two journeys in each direction, leaving Driffield at 9am and 12.30pm, and returning from Bridlington at 10.15am and 1.45pm.

See the Service 136 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Anlaby Road-Anlaby-Kirk Ella-North Ferriby

Service 153 will run hourly during the day, every day.  Some Service 151/152 journeys will also run early in the morning and during the evening.

See the new Service 151/152/153 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Anlaby Road-Cottingham

Service 154 will run half-hourly Monday-Saturday, and hourly on Sunday.

See the new Service 154 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hull-Brough-Gilberdyke-Howden-Goole

Service 155 will run every two hours during the day Monday-Saturday.  Most evening buses will run as normal, other than the bus from Elloughton to Goole at 9.45pm, and the bus from Goole at 10.43pm, which will not run.  Sunday buses will run as normal.

See the new Service 155 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Hornsea-Hull

Services 240/246 will run every two hours during the day Monday-Saturday.  Evening buses and Sunday buses will run as normal.

See the new Service 240 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

See the new Service 246 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Scunthorpe-Goole

Service 360/361 will run as normal.

Hornsea Town Bus

Hornsea Town Bus Service 550 will run to its normal times, but for a shorter day, starting at 8.39am and finishing at 2.30pm.

See the new Service 550 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Pocklington-York via villlages

York Service 747 will run to Saturday times Monday-Saturday.

See the Service 747 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

York-Pocklington-Market Weighton-Beverley-Hull

Service X46/X47 will run every two hours during the day Monday-Saturday, which will give an hourly service (i.e. the bus will run the X46 route one hour, then the X47 route the next hour, alternately).  Evening buses will run as normal, except the late buses which normally only run Friday/Saturday, which will not run.  Sunday buses will run as normal.

See the new Service X46/X47 timetable - make sure you select the day you are travelling.

Goole Town Buses

Goole Town buses will run as normal.

Any other services not mentioned above will not run.

We realise that some people will now have to walk further to catch a bus (e.g. to a main road, rather than having services that go up your street), and some smaller places may now not have a direct bus.  As most people are advised not to travel, the number of people affected should be very low, but if you are a key worker and the times do not suit your shifts or you cannot get to essential employment, please contact us via busline@eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk and we will see whether we can tweak times to help you.  We also have details of medibus and community transport options for the various parts of the region, for those who may be unable to travel with the new timetables - please contact BusLine for details on 01482 59 29 29.  BusLine is open Monday-Saturday 8am-5pm.  From Monday 30 March, times will be changed to Monday-Saturday, 8am-1pm.

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