Commencing Monday 28th April 2014 Service 967 (A.M), Ingrow Church, Skipton School will departs 5 minutes earlier with amended intermediate timing points to improve reliability.continued...
Transdev run high quality bus services in and around Keighley and the Worth Valley, with regular services to Bradford, Leeds, Skipton, Ilkley and Hebden Bridge. On this site you'll be able to find up-to-date service information, get live timetable data and buy tickets online.
At Transdev in Keighley we run local bus services around Keighley and beyond. For commuting, shopping and leisure we have a service to get you there.
Our network of routes around town link Keighley with Braithwaite, Thwaites Brow, Fell Lane, Laycock and Bracken Bank, there are regular services to Bingley, Shipley, Silsden, Oakworth, Haworth and Oxenhope and we also run inter-urban routes to Bradford, Leeds, Skipton and Ilkley.
The Shuttle 662 is the high-frequency, high-quality link between Keighley, Bingley, Saltaire and Bradford, giving over 1,000 journey options every week.
All vehicles are low-floor easy access for wheelchairs and pushchairs. Leather seating throughout means you can enjoy a comfortable ride, whether your journey is inter-urban or a shorter distance.
From Sunday 2nd March 2014 we're having to make some changes to a number of Transdev in Keighley bus fares.continued...
Virtually unlimited West Yorkshire bus travel from 6pm Friday to midnight Sunday for just £8.
From Friday 21st June 2013 West Yorkshire’s bus users can take advantage of a new Metro Weekender ticket.
Weekender will give passengers virtually unlimited bus travel throughout West Yorkshire between 6pm on a Friday and midnight on the Sunday.
Available to buy on the bus, the new Weekender ticket is being introduced by TICCO, the West Yorkshire Ticketing Company, as an addition to the existing range of MetroCard products, which include MetroDay and DayRover tickets.
“Weekender offers an ideal way for residents and visitors to West Yorkshire to get around, whether they are shopping or sightseeing, pulling or partying, rambling or raving” said Metro Chairman Cllr James Lewis. “Weekender means that whatever you’re doing, for just £8 you can go out on the bus and have a good time.”
Passengers using Weekender just need to remember to hang on to their ticket and show it to the driver as they hop on and off buses throughout the weekend from 6pm on Friday to the end of Sunday evening.