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You can find out about roadworks, road closures, diversions and other unforeseen events affecting our buses on this page.

Queen Street Bridge Closure and Bus Diversions from Friday 19th April to Monday 22nd April

From 20:00 on Friday 19th April until 06:00 on Monday 22nd April, Queen Street Bridge will be closed in both directions. This closure will only impact our DalesBus routes, necessitating temporary diversions.

Here's what you need to know:

Service 74 ROUTE DIVERTED.
From Station Road: we will divert via Leeman Road and Water End then normal route from Boroughbridge Road to Grassington.

STOPS NOT SERVED: Railway Station, Blossom Street, Holgate Road and Poppleton Road.
ADDITIONAL STOPS SERVED: None.

Service 875 ROUTE DIVERTED.
From Station Road: we will divert via Rougier Street, Skeldergate and Nunnery Lane picking up normal route from Blossom Street.

STOPS NOT SERVED: Railway Station.
ADDITIONAL STOPS SERVED: None.

Other Services
The following services are unaffected but may be subject to delay as a result of changed traffic flows throughout the city.
• Service 30 / 30SE / 30X / 30XS Easingwold & Thirsk corridor.
• Service 31X to Helmsley & Kirkbymoorside
• Service 40 to Easingwold

City of York Council has engaged York Pullman to run a frequent shuttle service between Blossom Street, Clifford Street, Rougier Street and the station during the Queen Street closure times. For times click here.

We understand that these changes may cause inconvenience, and we apologise for any disruptions to your travel plans. Our goal is to ensure you can still reach your destination with minimal hassle. To track your bus in real time, download the myTrip app free of charge from your app supplier.

 

 

 

 

single bus fares capped at £2

GREAT NEWS! The Scheme has been extended to December 2024, and Reliance Buses will continue to be part of the Scheme.

The Government launched a new scheme to help families, commuters and other passengers save money last year, with a £2 Single Fare cap across England.

This scheme forms part of the Government's Help for Households campaign, as the new cap can deliver real savings for those most affected by the rising cost of living.

Passengers are encouraged to Get Around for £2 by bus from 1st January 2023 to 31st December 2024. Whether you’re heading to work or popping into town, a single bus journey will cost no more than £2.

Ready to travel? You can buy your £2 single ticket on board with cash or your contactless card or mobile device. All other tickets will still be available to purchase on the bus or via the myTrip by Passenger App, but it may be cheaper to purchase a £2 single each time you travel, for the duration of the scheme.