Service Updates

Check your journey. When are you travelling?

These may affect your journey

Coronavirus Update

14th Apr onwards

Update: 21 July 2020
Buses are nearly all back to normal - see timetables on the timetable page.
Due to social distancing, buses can only carry a small number of passengers. Plan your journeys around quiet times using our When2Travel journey planner on our website, and track your bus live on the app or website to see how busy it is in real time.
It is possible some journeys may become full. The bus will then show 'Bus Full' on the destination display, and will not stop to pick anyone else up. You will have to wait for the next bus. This has only happened very rarely so far, and you can help keep buses clear by travelling at quiet times. If the last bus of the day on a particular route becomes full, we will either send a second bus out, or we will continue to pick people up even after social distancing capacity is reached, so no one is left stranded.
You will have to wear a face covering when you travel on the bus - see more details on our website.
Please use contactless payments or buy a ticket in advance on our app. We are still accepting cash if you have no alternative.
Please remember social distancing both at your stop, and on board the bus. Follow signage on the buses which show you where to sit, and what to do when alighting.
If you have a disability and need assistance our drivers are still there to help. Simply speak to the driver as you board.
We have been cleaning our buses even more thoroughly since the crisis began, with cleaners at busy points to clean buses between journeys, extra cleaning of handrails and seats, and disinfectant 'fogging' of buses.
Wash your hands or use hand sanitiser before and after every journey. We do not provide hand sanitiser on the buses, so please bring your own if you do not have hand washing facilities at the start/end of your journey.
All our Travel Centres are currently closed, but you can get advice from BusLine by ringing 01482 59 29 29, open 8am-6pm Monday-Friday and 10am-4pm Saturday.

Swanland: Diversion on Service 153

12th - 13th Aug

Swanland: Due to Yorkshire Water works on Main Street, Service 153 is having to divert via Greenstiles Lane, Tranby Lane and Kemp Road in both directions.

New bike-friendly buses on Services X46 & 45!

10th Aug - 13th Sep

Your journey to York will never be the same again, as we roll out brand new luxury bike-friendly buses onto Services X46 & 45.
They have bike racks, free wi-fi, USB and wireless chargers, tables, luxury interiors and next stop announcements, plus they'll soon have new on-board entertainment systems where you can stream media to your device.

Diversion in Driffield

10th - 14th Aug

Exchange Street in Driffield will be closed from Monday 10 August for five days, whilst a new water supply is being installed. Buses will divert via their normal 'market day' diversion, via Albion Street, East Gate Street, Harper Street and Wansford Road, in both directions. The stops on Market Place and outside Boyes can't be served, so please use the stop further down Middle Street South (outside the old bus garage) instead.

Holderness Road diversion for Services 75/76

8th - 16th Aug

On the weekends of 8/9 August and 15/16 August, Southcoates Lane will be closed for roadworks. Services 75 & 76 will divert via New Bridge Road, Ellis Street and Mount Pleasant in both directions, missing stops on Holderness Road between Mount Pleasant and the Southcoates Lane junction.
If you normally board at these stops, please use an alternative. Stops on the diversion route will be served.

Diversion on services in Withernsea.

7th - 21st Aug

Withernsea: Due to roadworks on Hull Road, between Queen Street and Arthur Street services will have to divert via Walter Street & Queen Street. This is expected to last 2 weeks.

Marina stop not served on Service 78

27th Jul onwards

  • Affected routes:
  • 78

Construction work around Hull Marina means that from Sunday 26 July Service 78 temporarily isn't able to serve the stops on Wellington Street and Humber Street at the marina. Instead, buses will be diverting, picking up at an alternative stop on Tower Street, near The Deep, in both directions.

Brook Street closure.

23rd Jul onwards

Brook Street is closed for road works until further notice. Services from Spring Bank will use the City Centre loop all day. Anlaby Road Services will use City Centre loop, Spencer Street, Ferensway, Spring Bank then onto Park Street into back of Interchange. Beverley Road services will use City Centre loop, Ferensway into station. East Hull Services use usual route into town then Spencer street, Ferensway, Spring Bank, then Park street into Interchange.

Diversion on the 142

20th Jul - 16th Aug

From 20 July a road closure in Etton means that Saturday Service 142 won't be able to serve stops on Main Street in the village, for around four weeks.

Roadworks on the Service 104 route

1st Jul - 24th Aug

Roadworks will be taking pace in June, July and August that will affect Service 104. Phase one has now finished so we can now return to the previous diversion of Cranbrook Ave/Greenwood Ave and Ellerburn Avenue.
The exact dates for these roadworks are not finalised, as there is some uncertainty about how long each phase of the roadworks will take. We'll post on here if we're given any further details about exact dates.

Scarborough: temporary traffic lights

26th Jun onwards

Temporary traffic lights near B&Q on Seamer Road in Scarborough are causing queues.

York: Coppergate eastbound closure - changes for Services 45/46, X46/X47 & 747

19th Jun - 31st Aug

To aid social distancing, Coppergate in York will be closed indefinitely eastbound from 19 June. Buses heading towards the railway station are unaffected.

Buses heading out of York will divert after Low Ousegate via Clifford Street, Tower Street, then left into Piccadilly.

Services 45/46 then continue to the lights and turn right into Stonebow. Services X46/X47 & 747 turn right after Banana Warehouse onto Merchantgate.

Services X46/X47 will be unable to serve their usual stop on Piccadilly so will stop on Clifford Street at stop TG and on Piccadilly by Banana Warehouse at stop PD.

These disruptions could affect future journeys

Diversions in Beverley for evening roadworks - affects Westwood and Molescroft

19th Aug - 3rd Sep

Manor Road in Beverley will be closed on weekday evenings from 6pm from 19 August until 3 September.
Service 121 buses will have to divert in both directions via Norwood and the A1035 bypass to the Molescroft roundabout, missing stops on North Bar Without and Molescroft Road. The stops between the Molescroft roundabout and the Driffield roundabout will still be served, so please use these stops or Beverley Bus Station as an alternative stop.
Service X46/7 will divert in both directions via Norwood, the A1035 bypass and Dog Kennel Lane to rejoin the A1079 at Killingwoldgraves roundabout, missing stops on York Road and Beverley Westwood.
The last Service 122 of the day from Molescroft will also have to divert via the A1035 and Norwood, missing Woodhall Way, Scrubwood Lane and Copandale Road.
Only evening buses on a weekday will be affected. Daytime and weekend buses will be able to run their normal routes.