The fast and exciting Micklegate Run takes place in York on Sunday 28 August, which means that some of our buses around the city won't be able to use their normal stops between 8am and 6pm. Outside of these times, buses will run as normal.
It's that time of year again, when tens of thousands of people descend on Bramham Park in Leeds to rock out to the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fall Out Boy, CHVRCHES and many more!
Another bank holiday is almost upon us! How did that happen?! There's lots going on this weekend, but worry not, we've got you covered with some great ideas for a proper good day out.
From the end of August, we're making some changes to some of our routes in and around York.
The West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA), alongside local bus operators, are holding public drop-in sessions to talk about the plans for bus travel in West Yorkshire over the next 20 years. Together, we are developing a twenty year vision for an integrated transport network that supports sustained and healthy economic growth throughout the Leeds city region and beyond.
Employees have been invited to try our bus services across the North as we get behind, Catch the Bus Week, a national campaign to boost bus travel.
We're invading local employers across the north to spread the word about Catch the Bus Week.
We've started to take delivery of our £4 million order of new buses which have all been designed and manufactured in Yorkshire at innovative bus specialists Optare. The 28 single deck Versa and Solo buses, which pride themselves on having the very latest on-board technology, will go into service across Yorkshire and Lancashire from the end of June.