Bus, train and coach timetables are subject to regular revision owing to increasing demand as a result of the relaxation of the lockdown measures to mitigate the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Please keep checking this page for the latest updates.
When travelling by bus, train or coach, please follow government advice and adhere to the safety measures that have been put in place:
Those with symptoms of the coronavirus, or who has someone in their household self-isolating, must not travel.
Book online or use contactless to pay for your travel if you can.
Plan ahead to try to limit the number of people that you come into contact with, for example by avoiding travel at peak times.
Face coverings are compulsory (exemptions apply to children under 11 and those with certain medical conditions or disabilities, be aware that not all disabilities are visible).
Wash or sanitise your hands before and after your journey, avoid touching your face, and touch as few surfaces as possible.
Keep your distance from people not in your household or social bubble, following the 2 metre rule wherever possible, and respect other people's space.
Wait for passengers to alight before you board.
Take a window seat (passengers in the same household or social bubble may sit together), avoid standing and, if possible, leave space in front and behind you.
Avoid loud talking, singing or shouting, and don't consume food or drink if at all possible.
Dispose of waste responsibly, or take it home with you.
On buses, look out for ‘BUS FULL’ signs – social distancing has resulted in lower maximum vehicle capacities and, if this sign is visible, you may not be able to board.
Please click on the operator links below for full service details and timetables. Current timetables can also be found on the Bus Timetables Lookup page:Arriva: Further timetable enhancements from Sunday 30 August 2020, with virtually all services restored to their normal frequency throughout the day. Service 64A will additionally serve the Norman Conquest area of Flatts Lane in Normanby on Monday to Saturday daytime. In addition, new Monday to Saturday later evening journeys will be introduced on services 29 and X66, and service X4A to and from Whitby. Cash payment should only be used as a last resort and no change will be given.
Arrangements reverted to normal across the whole of the North East from Tuesday 26 May 2020.
Please click on the Train Operating Company links below for full service details and timetables:CrossCountry: Reduced network and timetables with further services and stops restored, and compulsory seat reservations (which can be made up to 10 minutes before travel), from Monday 7 September 2020.
Please click on the operator links below for full details:Megabus: Limited service restored from Friday 3 July 2020.
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