Monday 28th November for 7 working weeks
Due to the kerb replacement work being undertaken on Brompton Road, we will not be able to operate via our normal route between the hours of 0900 and 1530.
The diversion route misses out Rawcliffe Drive, Rawcliffe Lane and Brompton Road. The vehicle will pick up the normal route from Burdyke Avenue.
Timing points will be maintained as closely as possible.
Monday 31st October 2016 sees Stillington Road closed for 5 weeks to allow repairs to a damaged culvert. All of our services will divert through Crayke village for the period of the closure. There will be no service to the following bus stops – Easingwold Health Centre, Easingwold Crabmill Lane, Easingwold Old Fire Station, Easingwold Football Ground, Easingwold Golf Club.
You can find full details of the ameded times on the Reliance Live page here.
York Sky Ride is once again coming to the city on Sunday 11th Spetember 2016. Please be aware that this event can have major impacts on our network so be prepared with the latest information by visting Reliance Live.
This event gives us the first chance to test out our new Reliance Live email update service – have you signed up yet?
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Do you use the service 19? Then this post is for you. Reliance will be introducing a new timetable on the 19 starting on 04/09/2016. The new timetable will see an increase in buses during the week with the half hourly service rolled out until the early afternoon. Following City of York Councils decision to remove transport funding for faith schools in York, the vehicle will no longer serve St Wilfrids School on Monkgate. As a result of this, the bus departing York at 1533 will move to 1543 and the bus departing Skelton at 1510 will run the full route. Sadly the Sunday service will be withdrawn.
If you need any more assistance, or would like to ask a question, get in touch here – CONTACT US
Reliance are constantly trying to find new and exciting ways to inform customers of the latest developments on the network. The latest innovation in this direction is the addition of a Reliance Live mailing list to the website, Jamie Kerslake explains more;
“Since the introduction of the Reliance Live system, I have had a number of passengers come forward and express interest in getting a more automated system in place. I took these comments on board, and I am pleased to announce that we are now rolling out the Reliance Live Mailing List. Passengers can head to our website, put their email address into our database and then let the latest updates and news from Reliance, come directly to their inbox.”
The current Live page provides information on planned roadworks, road closures and events that may disrupt the network and the Live mailing list is an extention of this.
“We think this will really come into it’s own when we have to deal with events that cause severe disruption, such as road closures.” says Jamie, “The ability to quickly inform passengers of changes to the route, delays that are likely or even just why the delays are occuring, goes a long way to help people plan their route to and from work, or just to the shops.”
You can sign up for updates at RELIANCE LIVE