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Sheffield bus service changes


21 January 2015


This weekend (on Saturday 24, Sunday 25 and Monday 26 January 2015) there will be changes to some bus services in Sheffield and across South Yorkshire. Passengers are being reminded to check as soon as possible to see if their service has been affected.

Information about these service changes and new timetables can be found on the Travel South Yorkshire website; at bus stops in Sheffield city centre; in Travel South Yorkshire information centres and interchanges; or by calling Traveline on 01709 51 51 51. Key service changes include:

29 Sheffield Community Transport service 29 (Sheffield – Penistone) will be operated by TM Travel to a revised timetable and will no longer serve Denby Dale.

31/A TM Travel service 31 (Sheffield – Hillsbrough) will be operated by Sheffield Community Transport, and evening and Sunday services will be operated by Stagecoach. Sheffield Community Transport service 31/31A is extended to Loxley Monday to Fridays.

35A Following changes to SYPTE supported services, there will be fewer journeys on Stagecoach service 35A (Chapeltown - Thorncliffe Industrial Estate) at off peak times, adjusted to match current demand.

42 First service 42 (Sheffield - Crystal Peaks) will terminate at Dyke Vale Road in the evenings with minor changes to the times.

55 There are route and minor timetable changes to TM Travel service 55 (Frecheville – Waterthorpe – Plumbley), which will run directly between Owlthorpe and Frecheville and no longer serve Birley. In Westfield, buses will serve Galley Drive, Westland Road and Westfield Southway.

64 Tates Travel service 64 (Hillsborough – Rivelin) will no longer operate.

72M New Tates Travel service 72M (Meadowhall – Chapeltown) will replace the Meadowhall to Chapeltown section of service X10, which will no longer operate.

95 First service 95 will operate more frequently on Saturdays and evenings.

120 The first journey on First service 120 serving Drakehouse will operate a few minutes earlier.

265 TM Travel will operate some morning and evening service journeys on service 265 (Sheffield – Barnsley).

M92 Sheffield Community Transport Service M92 (Harley - Fox Hill) will now serve Grenoside Crematorium with minor changes to the times. Buses will no longer serve Warren Lane.

S6A Sheffield Community Transport service S6A (Hillsbrough – Loxley) will no longer run and is partially replaced by the 31 and 31A extension to Loxley. Rydalhurst Road and Archer Gate passengers continue to be served by the 31/31A, 57 and 84 on Chase Road, Worrall Road and Ben Lane respectively.

Following changes to some SYPTE supported bus services, a number of services will now be run by different operators during early mornings, evenings and weekends.

There will also be minor timetable changes to improve the punctuality of First services 22, 27, 44, 47, 48, 51, 66, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 76, 81, 82, 83, 83A, 84, 85, 95, 120, 216, X5, X55 and X78; Stagecoach services 79, 79A, 120, 122, 123 and SL3; Tates Travel services 72 and 72A; TM Travel services 2, 4/4A, 30, 61 and 65; Powell’s Bus services 87; and Sheffield Community Transport services 10, 10A, P1 and P2.

Bus timetable changes in Sheffield take place three times a year. Bus users can keep up to date by registering for a free timetable alert service on the Travel South Yorkshire website, which automatically sends an email when there is a change to their regular service.

Sheffield Bus Partnership brings together Sheffield City Council, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE), and local bus operators in a bid to improve the city’s bus offer.

It provides customers with a simpler bus network, coordinated timetables, tickets which can be used on buses or trams, more services on many routes, fewer changes to timetables, and more buses with low-floor-access.

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