|Change Date||Service No.||Operator||Brief summary of changes|
|28/08/16||11||Transdev||Sunday service cancelled.|
|28/08/16||13||Transdev||Sunday service cancelled.|
|28/08/16||16A||Transdev||Sunday service cancelled.|
|28/08/16||ZAP||CityZap||Friday night trips removed.|
|28/08/16||10||Transdev||Reduced Monday to Saturday evening service. Sunday evening service cancelled.|
|30/08/16||20||Transdev||Revised timetable and route shortened to: Rawcliffe – Clifton Moor – Haxby – Monks Cross/Heworth.|
|Pullman||York Pullman will start running these services to revised timetables.|
|04/09/16||14||First||Sunday service cancelled.|
|04/09/16||19||Reliance||Sunday service cancelled. Two extra Monday to Friday pm trips.|
|04/09/16||30||Reliance||Revised timetable for school days trips and additional York College to Easingwold trip.|
|04/09/16||40||Reliance||Additional pm school days only trip (Easingwold to Wigginton).|
|05/09/16||25||Arriva||New service: Fulford – City Centre – Derwenthorpe.|
|05/09/16||26||Arriva||Revised timetable (also see 26 First below).|
|05/09/16||26||First||First will operate late night Friday and Saturday trips instead of Arriva.|
|05/09/16||627||Arriva||Minor route and timetable changes.|
|05/09/16||637||Arriva||Service runs later in both directions.|
|Arriva||The 00:05 Friday and Saturday night trips will not call at Barlby.|
|25/09/16||6||First||Increased frequency of weekday trips from Clifton Moor during a.m. peak.|
|25/09/16||56||First||Route changed to: University of York – Fourth Avenue – Exhibition Square.|
Services 1, 4, 5/5a, 10/10a & X10 affected
Service 1 – revised timetable
Chapelfields – City Centre – Wigginton
The Sunday afternoon timetable will be revised to provide more even gaps between buses.
An additional Saturday morning journey will be introduced from Wigginton.
An additional journey will be introduced at 2320 from Wigginton to the City Centre.
Service 4 – revised timetable
Acomb – Foxwood Lane – City Centre
Minor timetable changes, with more time allowed between Clifford Street and Station Road, to improve reliability.
Services 5/5A – revised timetable
Strensall – City Centre – Acomb
A revised timetable will be introduced, with some journeys adjusted to run slightly faster, such as the 0655 from Strensall.
An additional Monday to Friday morning peak journey will be introduced from Strensall to the City Centre.
Services 10/10A – revised timetable
Nether Poppleton – City Centre – Stamford Bridge
A revised timetable will be introduced, with improvements to the afternoon peak frequency.
Some duplicated evening journeys will be withdrawn.
Departure times from Piccadilly stop PA will be adjusted to remove clashes with other services.
A slight adjustment will be made to the morning journey past Manor School, to improve arrivals in relation to session times.
Service X10 – service withdrawn
Dunnington – City Centre – Askham Bar
We’re withdrawing this service so the resource can be reinvested to provide more services during peak times.
Revised timetables are available Forthcoming Timetables (click)
|Location:||Skeldergate/Clifford Street and Nether Poppleton|
|Dates:||7 Dec 2015|
From Blossom Street buses will divert via Nunnery Lane, Prices Lane, Bishopgate Street, Tower Street then as normal route.
Skeldergate and Clifford Street Flooding
Buses will follow normal route to Railway Station, where they will terminate, returning by turning at Station Road.
Nether Poppleton Flooding
Buses will divert in Poppleton as follows;
From Millfield Lane left on to Ebor Way, right onto Alllerton Drive, Riversvale Drive, left on to Main Street, then as normal route. Wait time at Upper Poppleton Green.
Clifton Green/Leeman Road Flooding
From Poppleton, buses will divert from Boroughbridge Road via Poppleton Road, Holgate Road, Blossom Street, Queen Street, Station Road, then as normal route.
To Poppleton, buses will divert from Rougier Street via Station Road, Railway Station, Queen Street, Blossom Street, Holgate Road, Poppleton Road, then as normal route.
Stamford Bridge Flooding
Buses will divert from Dunnington as follows; From Greyhound crossroads, left on to Common Road, left on to A1079, leftonto Long Lane, bear right Lofthouse Lane, follow road round, High Catton Road, to Stamford Bridge Terminus.
Returning; via Roman Avenue loop, left High Catton Road, Lofthouse Lane, Long Lane, right on to A1079, right on to Common Road, left at Greyhound crossroads, then as normal route.
“Free” Park and Ride from some sites on Boxing Day
Additional buses from:
- (1) Wigginton at 0607, 0633, 0725 /
- Chapelfields at 0625, 0655 /
- (5/5A) Strensall at 0620 /
- Acomb at 0620, 0650 /
- (11) Bishopthorpe at 0703 /
- Ashley Park at 0753 /
- (12) Foxwood Lane at 0635, 0725 /
- Monks Cross at 0658, 0728
Park and Ride
 Free buses on 3, 7 and 9 running every 15 minutes, calling at all stops: York Boxing Day timetable
City of York Council and First York are making it easier for residents and visitors to stay in the city centre longer and take advantage of extended shop opening times in the run up to Christmas with a later running Park & Ride service.
Park & Ride services will be operating later than usual every Thursday evening until 17 December inclusive, with last buses leaving the city centre at around 9.30pm.
Additional late buses will also be running to and from the Designer Outlet with the last pick up from the city centre at 9.30pm on weekdays and 8.19pm on Saturdays until 23 December.
Shoppers looking to take advantage of the Boxing Day sales will be able to make use of three of the city’s Park & Ride services for free. Services from Askham Bar, Designer Outlet and Monks Cross will be free of charge on Saturday 26 December and will run from 7am with the last city centre pick up at approximately 6.40pm.
Number 4 to loop through Skeldergate – direct link between Acomb and York University broken
First buses have responded to complaints about unreliability and lack of capacity on some bus services.
A major change to the number 4 – the best used bus service in the City – means that it will no longer travel to the University. Instead it will loop through Skeldergate and over Skeldergate Bridge to reach its new terminus on Clifford Street. There are frequent buses from there to the University.
The last change to the route of the number 4 -which took the service on a meandering journey through Tang Hall before reaching Heslington – was heavily criticised by passengers. On occasions 3 or 4 buses would arrive in Acomb in convoy. We hope that the new service – which retains a 10 minute frequency during the day – will prove to more reliable when it is introduced on 22nd November. The Sunday frequency will be 20 minutes while buses will continue to run every 30 minutes in the evening.
An additional morning service will be provided between Dunnington and York College on Tadcaster Road
Other changes affect service 6 (which gets a direct link to York University) and service 10 which will run via Battlefields Way with an early morning service between Bishopthorpe and the railway station also being introduced.
Some minor timetable changes are promised on the number 1 service which links Chapelfields to Wigginton. A twelve minute frequency is promised at peak times between Monday and Friday.
Significant changes to many of York’s bus services come into force on Sunday
|Change Date||Service No.||Operator||Brief summary of changes|
|01/08/15||44||Transdev (Unibus)||Revised route: University (Hes. East Interchange) – York Station – Hamilton Drive – Acomb|
|02/08/15||1||First||Minor timetable changes.|
|02/08/15||4||First||Revised route: Acomb – Foxwood – City Centre – Tang Hall – Osbaldwick – University (Heslington East)|
|First||Revised route: Strensall – York – Poppleton Road – Beckfield Lane – Acomb|
|02/08/15||6||First||Revised route: Clifton Moor – City Centre (Station Rd).|
|02/08/15||10||First||Revised route: Poppleton – Leeman Rd – City Centre – Stamford Bridge|
|02/08/15||10||Transdev||Revised route: Poppleton – Leeman Rd – City Centre – Stamford Bridge|
|First||Minor timetable changes.|
|02/08/15||13||ConnexionsBuses||Copmanthorpe to Haxby (West Nooks) via City Centre.|
|02/08/15||66||First||New route: York Station – York Sport Village via University (Heslington Hall).|
|02/08/15||HB1||First||University of York – York Hospital.|
|30/08/15||944||Coastliner||New route: Crossgates – Tadcaster – York College|
|21/09/15||56||First||New route: University of York – City Centre circular.|
|28/09/15||UB1||First||University of York campus shuttle service|
Bus users are being invited to have their say on how bus services in York are planned and delivered.
City of York Council and local bus operators are encouraging commuters, residents and visitors to join the Bus User Group (BUSUG) on a voluntary basis to be involved in helping to improve bus travel in York.
The group has already helped to make influential decisions shaping a number of changes to the network, including:
• the design of the new all-operator bus timetables, now in use at all bus stops in York
• and, the installation of real time information screens
Now First start consultation on “low usage” services
Their web site says
“We’re undertaking some face-to-face consultation events and running an online survey to seek your views on services operating in the South West of York covering Acomb to Copmanthorpe as well as Haxby in the North.
Some services operating in these areas are experiencing low levels of usage which we’d like to address, to ensure that our buses go to the right places and that the levels of service meets the demand.
Our survey asks for feedback on your travel choices made within your area as well as ways to improve or amend our existing services.
It’s hoped that this feedback will assist in the development of the network to improve usage and long term viability of these services.
Come and meet us face-to-face at these events:
- Thursday 12 February 1000-1300 Explore Acomb Library Learning Centre
- Thursday 12 February1400-1600 Copmanthorpe Youth Club, School Lane
- Friday 13 February 1430-1730 Snow Room G035, City of York Council Offices
- Tuesday 24 February 1230-1530 Haxby & Wigginton Methodist Church Hall
If you’re not able to see us at one of these events, we still want your views – please let us know what you think by completing our online survey which is open until Saturday 28 February”.
The main concerns relate to possible reductions in the frequency of the number 12 service which provides a link between the City centre and Woodthorpe. The future of the popular number 4 service is also understood to be under review.