West Leeds bus changes: Sunday July 24

21 July 2016

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Bus timetables in Leeds are changing from Sunday, July 24.

Here are the changes affecting services in West Leeds:

Number 4 to Galloway Lane, Pudsey will be services by X11
The 4 will no longer run between Waterloo and Galloway Lane – travellers will have to use the x11 (Bradford-Pudsey-Leeds) which will run half-hourly during the day.

Service 4A – Highfield Green

The service to Highfield Green in Pudsey will show service number 4 and have an increased frequency. Evening/Sunday buses will run to/from Waterloo only.

Service 11 – daytime journeys between Cross Gates and Leeds will be extended to Pudsey, replacing 60A
This will run between Armley, Leysholme, Blue Hill Lane, Old Farnley, Swinnow Lane, Kent Road, Troydale, Robin Lane to Pudsey bus station.

Service 11E – Will run from Pudsey (Galloway Lane) to East End Park, replacing much of 59 and 90 routes.

The number 14’s route is being revised to run from Vicar Lane in Leeds city centre through to Bramley via the route of current services 85 
and 87, which are being withdrawn. The bus calls at Owlcotes, Pudsey, Bramley, Raynvilles and the city centre.

Evening journeys on the 86A between Bramley and Swinnow are being withdrawn

Service 40 –
evening and weekend bus services will no longer run through to Pudsey as service 14

Service 72 – will run every 10 minutes with no changes to route but with double deckers rather than bendy buses.

Service 88 – Bramley to Owlcotes will be run by Ladies Only Travel, not First.

Service 90 – ends, partially replced by 11E.

Service 508 – minor changes, three early morning buses withdrawn.

611 Bradford to Pudsey
– will operate under revised timetable

For more details on service changes, visit the First Leeds website. You can also visit visit the www.wymetro.com/changes website or ring MetroLine on 0113 245 7676.

Leeds bus strike Tuesday july 26

Leeds bus strike Tuesday july 26

As reported by The Dispatch yesterday, FirstBus drivers are set to go on indefinite strike from next Tuesday, causing severe disruption to services.




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