Timetables & maps

Timetables

  • Scarborough Locals
    • 1
    Scarborough to Cayton, via Middle Deepdale and Eastfield
    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

    • 2
    Bridlington to Avocet Way
    • 3
    Bridlington to West Hill and Hospital
    • 4
    Bridlington to New Pasture Lane, via Old Town
    • 5
    • 5A
    Bridlington to Bempton Lane
    • 6
    Bridlington to The Crayke
  • Scarborough Sevens
    • 7
    • 7A
    Scarborough to Eastfield, via Filey Road and Seamer Road
    Temporary timetables on Services 7/7A

    From Sunday 3 October we’re making temporary changes to Services 7/7A, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services in Scarborough affected by the temporary timetables are Services 7/7A which will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. All other services run as normal. We should be able to return to normal for these services in November. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

  • Scarborough Locals
    • 8
    • 8A
    Scarborough to Barrowcliff Circular via West Pier, Hospital, Briercliffe, Northstead
    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

  • Scarborough Locals
    • 9
    • 9A
    Scarborough to Scalby Circular, via Newby, High Mill and Sea Life Centre
    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

  • Scarborough Locals
    • 10
    Scarborough to Scarborough Hospital via Hovingham Drive
    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

  • Scarborough Locals
    • 11
    Scarborough to Newby, via Barrowcliff

    Scarborough: Diversion on Service 11.

    Scarborough: Due to roadworks on Coldyhill Lane, Scalby, Service 11 will divert via, Colescliffe Road, Green Lane, to Throxenby Lane. Then via Moor Lane, Hackness Road and Scalby Road. After leaving the stop at Proudfoot’s supermarket the service will then follow the loop from Throxenby Lane/Moor Lane etc a second time to allow customers to return from the supermarket. Stops on Coldyhill Lane will not be served during this closure

    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

  • Coaster
    • 12
    • 12A
    • 12C
    • 13
    Bridlington to Scarborough via Hunmanby and Filey
    Changes to Scarborough buses

    From Sunday 31 October routes and times change on all town buses (except Services 7/7A, will remain unchanged). See below for a summary, and to see the new timetables and maps visit our website, or look at the timetables on this app and put in a date after 31 October. Service 1 Service 1 will be replaced by a new route for Service 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. See below for more information on new Service 10. Services 8/8A Services 8/8A will be replaced by Service 8, which will run in one direction (anti-clockwise), running every 30 minutes. Buses will run from the town centre along Falsgrave Road, then part of Scalby Road before running a loop around Manor Road, Woodland Ravine, Barrowcliff Road, Colescliffe Road, Wreyfield Drive, Briercliffe and back to Scalby Road and the town centre. The service will then provide a link between the town centre and the seafront. Northstead will now be served by new Service 11 (see details below). Services 9/9A These services are now replaced by new routes for Services 10 & 11 (see below). Service 10 Service 10 has a new route, combining parts of current Services 1, 9/9A & 10. This will give a direct link to Scarborough Hospital for residents of Eastfield and Cayton, and will also give Cayton a regular Sunday service. Buses will also be doubled in frequency from Cayton compared to Service 1, from hourly to half hourly. Buses will run from Cayton, Eastfield and Middle Deepdale up into Scarborough Town Centre via Holbeck Hill, then will continue along Falsgrave Road and up Scalby Road into the hospital grounds stopping by the main entrance, then continuing up Scalby Road to do the loop around Scalby. Hovingham Drive and Woodlands Cemetery will no longer be served. Service 11 Service 11 has a new route, with buses going from the town centre up Dean Road, Glen Bridge, Northstead Manor Drive, North Leas Avenue and Newlands Park Drive along Cross Lane, and then up to Sea Life via Scalby Mills Road. Prospect Road, Coldyhill Lane and the Moor Lane/Newby loop will no longer be served. Colescliffe Road will now be served by Service 8. Service 20 The route will stay the same, but bus times will change. Coaster Services 12/13 Our Bridlington - Filey - Scarborough Coaster buses start their winter timetable from 1 November.

    • 14
    Bridlington to Flamborough North Landing via Sewerby Hall and Thornwick Bay
    • 18
    Holme on Spalding Moor to York, via Wheldrake

    Service 18

    From Monday 4 October Service 18 will be temporarily run by Reliance Buses, while we recruit and train new drivers in Pocklington. All tickets will be sold and accepted as normal, so you should notice no difference to your journey except the colour of the bus that picks you up.

  • Scarborough Locals
    • 20
    Scarborough to Evelyn Drive
    • 23
    Hull to Beverley
    • 24
    Hull to Hornsea, via Skirlaugh
    • 25
    Hornsea to Hessle, via Beverley, Cottingham and Anlaby

    Hessle: Diversion on Service 25.

    Hessle: We have been notified by East Riding of Yorkshire Council that First Lane will be closed at the junction with Boothferry Road for remodeling work. The closure will be in place from Monday 23 August and is expected to last for up to 4 months. For the duration of the works, service 25 will be required to divert via Lowfield Road and Beverley Road. Stops on Hull Road, First Lane and Cottesmore Road will not be served.

  • EastRider
    • 45
    • 45A
    • 46
    Bridlington/Holme on Spalding Moor to York, via Driffield, Market Weighton and Pocklington
    • 54
    Hull to Willerby Square
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

  • EastRider
    • 55
    • 155A
    • 156
    Hull to Goole, via Ferriby, Brough, Elloughton, The Caves, Gilberdyke and Howden
    • 56
    • 57
    West Hull and Hessle to Longhill via HRI, Hull City Centre and Holderness Road
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    • 63
    Hull Interchange to Castle Hill Hospital via Priory Road and Cottingham
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    • 64
    Scarborough Park & Ride Seamer Road to Town Centre
    • 66
    • 66B
    Hull to Hessle, via Anlaby Road and Boothferry Estate
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    • 71
    Easington to Withernsea
  • EastRider
    • 75
    • 75H
    • X7
    Hull to Withernsea, via Hedon, Burstwick and Patrington
    • 78
    • 79
    Hull to Hedon, via Victoria Dock, Preston (78), Paull (79)
    • 88
    Goole to Rawcliffe Bridge, via Rawcliffe
    • 103
    Hull to University via Newland Avenue
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    • 104
    Hull to Castle Hill Hospital via University and Cottingham
    • 105
    Hull to Castle Hill Hospital, via Beverley Road, University and Cottingham
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    • 121
    Hull to Bridlington, via Beverley and Driffield
    • 122
    Hull to Molescroft via Beverley
    Temporary timetables on Hull/Beverley services

    From Sunday 19 September we’re making temporary changes to some buses in Hull and Beverley, to help us run services while we recruit more bus drivers. We’re sorry we haven’t been able to run services to our normal standard recently, and these temporary timetables should help us maintain a more reliable service. Along with many other industries, bus operators across the country are experiencing a shortage of staff, leaving the company with not enough drivers to operate routes each day. The situation has worsened since the return of students to school and college last week, as the company operates over 60 journeys to schools and colleges every day. The problem has also been compounded by issues at the DVLA, where delays issuing licences to bus drivers means that the company has had to wait weeks, or even months, before newly recruited drivers can start their training. The only services affected by the temporary timetables are: Service 54 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Services 56/57 will run every 20 minutes, instead of every 15 minutes. Service 63 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Service 66 will run every 15 minutes, instead of every 10 minutes. Service 105 will run every 30 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes. Hull Service 103 is temporarily suspended, please use Services 104/105 instead. Beverley Service 122 is temporarily suspended. Please use the Beverley Locals buses instead. All other services run as normal. See the new timetables by looking on the app and changing the date to the day you will be travelling, or visit our website.

    • 128
    • X28
    Scarborough to Helmsley, via Pickering
    • 129
    Withernsea to Hornsea, via Aldbrough
    • 130
    Hornsea to Bridlington via Skipsea
    • 136
    Driffield to Bridlington, via Beeford and Skipsea (parts of late afternoon journeys run "on request" only - for full details see PDF)
    • 142
    Beverley to Middleton on the Wolds, via Cherry Burton and Holme on the Wolds
    • 143
    Ferriby to Beverley via Brough, The Caves and Newbald
    • 150
    North Ferriby to Hessle, via Swanland
    • 151
    • 152
    • 153
    Hull to Willerby/Hessle/Swanland via Anlaby
    • 154
    Hull to Castle Hill Hospital via Willerby
    • 165
    Scarborough Park & Ride Filey Road to Town Centre
    • 183
    Hessle Square to Hessle Estates, via Heads Lane, First Lane and Sainsburys
    • 195
    Allerthorpe to Pocklington, via Melbourne
    • 196
    Aughton to York
    • 197
    Pocklington Town Service
    • 199
    Huggate to Pocklington
    • 242
    Hedon to Beverley, via Skirlaugh
    • 277
    Hull to Hedon, via Bilton, Sproatley and Preston
    • 296
    Bricknell Avenue to Sirius Academy
    • 297
    Wold Road to Sirius Academy
    • 298
    Bricknell Avenue to Sirius Academy
  • Humber FastCat
    • 350
    Hull to Scunthorpe via Barton upon Humber (for full timetable see PDF)
    • 360
    • 361
    Goole to Scunthorpe
    • 550
    Cliff Road to Hornsea Freeport
    • 747
    Pocklington to York via Stamford Bridge
    • 924
    Ings Road to Wyke College, via Lambwath Road
    • 925
    Goxhill to Wyke College
    • 926
    Burton upon Stather to Wyke College
    • 927
    Saltshouse Road to Wyke College
    • 928
    Wawne to Wyke College
    • 929
    Ferriby to Wyke College
    • 930
    North Cave to Wyke College
    • 931
    Anlaby Road Saner Street to Wyke College
    • 932
    Grange Road to Wyke College
    • 933
    Burstwick to Wyke College
    • 934
    Withernsea to Wyke College
    • 935
    Bubwith to Wyke College
    • 936
    Cherry Burton to Wyke College
    • 937
    Hornsea to Wyke College
    • 938
    Wawne Road to Wyke College
    • 939
    Hessle to Wyke College
    • 940
    Goole to Wyke College
    • 941
    Nafferton to Wyke College
    • 942
    Howden to Wyke College
    • 943
    Walkington to Wyke College
    • 944
    Hedon Road to Wyke College
  • Beverley Locals
    • B1
    Beverley Town Circular, via Swinemoor Estate, Morrisons and Flemingate
  • Beverley Locals
    • B2
    Beverley Town Circular, via Flemingate, Morrisons and Swinemoor Estate
  • Beachcomber
    • BLUE
    Bridlington to Flamborough
    • G1
    Goole Town Centre to Old Goole
    • G2
    Goole Town Centre to Fairfield Estate
    • G3
    Goole Town Centre to Goole Hospital
    • G4
    Goole Estates to Junction 36, via Morning Workers Service
    • G5
    Goole Estates to Junction 36, via Afternoon Workers Service
  • Moors Explorer
    • ME1
    Hessle to Danby, via Hull, Beverley, Malton and Pickering
  • Beachcomber
    • RED
    Scarborough Sea Life to South Bay

    Beachcomber finishes for summer

    Scarborough Beachcomber has now finished for the summer. It'll be back in spring next year, we'll look forward to seeing you then.

    • 115
    Scarborough to Ravenscar, via Scalby
  • EastRider
    • X5
    Hull to Goole, via Brough and Howden
  • EastRider
    • X46
    • X47
    Hull to York, via Beverley, Market Weighton and Pocklington