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It’s your travel - have your say

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.

Amazing buses for the 1

Have you spotted one of our amazing refreshed buses out and about on the 1 yet?

Powering ahead with electric buses for Harrogate

We're proud to announce that customers in Harrogate can soon look forward to cleaner, greener journeys, thanks to a winning bid to transform our services with brand new, 100% electric buses.

Sunday times get better for the 770 and 771

We've made some changes to the 770 and 771 on Sundays. The new times should mean our reliability improves and you spend less time waiting at the bus stop. You can view the new timetable here.

Use your loaf and go by bus

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.

Catch the bus week invades local employers

We're invading local employers across the north to spread the word about Catch the Bus Week. 

The 36 in pioneering partnership for more convenient bus travel.

We have teamed up with First Bus in Leeds to offer a '£1 add on' ticket for destinations in the Leeds city area for customers heading into Leeds from Ripon and Harrogate.
 
We have joined forces so customers on the 36, can now buy one ticket on board which will let them travel into Leeds and then beyond the city centre to destinations served by frequent First buses.

Such destinations available on the £1 add-on ticket include the main city hospitals and universities, Elland Road for Leeds FC and the popular White Rose shopping centre.
 
It is one of the first times such an arrangement has been created in West Yorkshire.
 
Alex Hornby our CEO said, “We're delighted to be working with First Bus on this voluntary partnership initiative. We've already invested £3.3 million in top-spec buses on the 36 this year, but we're committed to go even further for our customers.
 
"Independent research showed that some of our customers on the route travel further afield beyond Leeds city centre, and this lets them plan their onward journey from the outset very easily, and at an attractive price.
 
"Offering this ticket is in the name of making bus travel simple and more convenient for our customers which obviously remains one of our top priorities.”

Paul Turner, Head of Commercial for First West Yorkshire said, "The £1 add-on ticket gives customers even better access to Leeds as well as key destinations including St James' Hospital and the White Rose Centre. This is a great example of partnership working between operators to put the customer at the heart of the bus network."
 
The 'add on' ticket costs £1 and can be bought from the 36 driver alongside any single, return or day ticket.


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