West Yorkshire bus services that are more reliable, easier to use, customer focused and better for the environment are the key aims of the Bus 18 initiative launched today (Friday 24 March).
The daffodils are starting to spring up, the grass suddenly looks green again, and that big yellow ball in the sky is finally beginning to poke through the clouds. Yes, Easter is here, and we've got a cracking selection of things for you to see and do.
It's that time of year again. The daffodils are out, the mornings are getting brighter and the trees are finally turning green again.
Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, or Spiderman…everyone has their favourite comic book hero!
As part of the work which has taken place to improve Leeds city bus station, our buses on the 760 will soon be using a new departure stand.
We've slashed the cost of our popular K ZONE day tickets in Keighley, so now you can travel all around town, all day for just £3!
From Sunday 19 February, we're making a number of changes to our tickets across Keighley.
If you use theSHUTTLE between Keighley, Bingley and Bradford, we're inviting you to help power us into the space age - with pioneering touchless ticketing!
We will be making some timetable changes in February to improve our timekeeping, notably at rush hours where we have experienced an increase in traffic congestion. Many of these changes are a direct result of listening to our teams delivering our services, and you – our customers – as well as continued, detailed study of our live tracking systems.
From 1 January 2017, the West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) are making some ticket changes which will affect school buses.