Warning Travel Updates: Timetable changes in Hebden Bridge from Sunday 11 April 2021, journeys will be re-introduced on the 594, 595, 596, 597 and 598 | 660 Bradford to Shipley service now runs on Idlecroft Road from Bradford Rd to New Street. The Green, Thorp Garth and Albion Road are no longer served. | Covid 19: It is mandatory to wear a face covering on public transport.

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Hebden Bridge Timetable Changes from Sunday 11 April 2021 - 02 Apr 2021

Timetable changes will be introduced on Hebden Bridge services from Sunday 11 April 2021 with some journeys being re-introduced. 

Services affected are:
594, 595, 596, 597, 598 

Please visit the Bus times and Routes page to download the full upcoming timetables.

The following journeys will be reintroduced:

594:
Monday to Saturday 2045, 2245
Sunday 2049

595:
Monday to Saturday 1020, 1220, 1420
Sunday  no change

596:
Monday to Saturday 1106, 1306, 1506, 2200, 2320
Sunday 2130, 2230

597:
Monday to Saturday 0930, 1130, 1330, 1542
Sunday no change

598:
Monday to Saturday 1008, 1208, 1408
Sunday no change


Thank you for supporting your local bus services. 

 

660 route change from Monday 22 February 2021 - 15 Feb 2021

The 660 service now runs on Idlecroft Road to New Street.  

Outbound journeys from Bradford to Shipley run on Idlecroft Road to New Street and Inbound journeys from Shipley to Bradford run on Idlecroft Road to Bradford Road omitting The Green, Thorp Garth and Albion Road.

The following stops are no longer served by the 660:

The Green
Stop ID: 45017177/ 45025574

Bradford Road Cobden Street
Stop ID: 45017167/ 45017166

These changes have been made due to ongoing issues with congestion, we hope that the punctuality of the 660 will improve as a result of these changes.

You can view and download 660 route and timetable variation here. 

Thank you for supporting your local bus service. 

Face coverings on public transport - 05 Jun 2020

From Monday 15th June 2020 it will become mandatory for people to wear a face covering whilst using public transport*. 

Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps has announced that it will be mandatory to wear a face covering and as a condition of carriage you could be refused travel or fined if you are not wearing one.  

Please click here for information and guidance for mandatory face coverings.

Face coverings are not the same as face masks and can be made from scarves or other textiles. You should avoid using medical grade masks so that they can remain available for front line workers. Take a look at - how to make your own face covering at home. 

It is still imperative that we continue to wash our hands at every opportunity and practice social distancing whenever possible. Please continue to adhere to the safer travel guidance and only use public transport when you cannot walk, cycle or drive a car to your destination. 

We are working closely with the local authority and will share further guidance soon.

*some exemptions may apply to people with disabilities and young children. 

Face coverings on public transport