Bus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Do you supplied printed
copies of bus timetables?
- How much do bus tickets
- What is the best way to
plan a journey?
- When are dogs allowed on
- Who do I contact to get
errors in the the bus timetables section of the
- Why does the website not
show the latest version of the current timetable?
1. Do you supply printed copies of bus timetables?
Yes. Paper copies of Worcestershire bus timetables are available
on request. If you would like a paper copy please
Certain bus operators also supply timetables for their routes.
Contact details for all of Worcestershire’s bus operators can be
found on our bus operators page.
2. How much do bus tickets cost?
Ticket prices vary between operator and we do not hold this
information on our website. Please contact the bus operator before you travel to find out
their ticket prices. General information can be found on our
bus tickets and PlusBus
3. What is the best way to plan a journey?
Although you can search for timetables on our bus service search page, these searches are
limited to bus services within Worcestershire.
For a full journey planning service anywhere in the UK
incorporating all modes of transport, please use Traveline or
- Traveline (also available by
telephone on 0871 200 22 33)
4. When are dogs allowed on buses?
Please contact the bus operator
before you travel to make sure that dogs are allowed on the bus
service you wish to travel on.
5. Who do I contact to get errors in the the bus timetables
section of the website corrected?
All efforts are made to ensure that all of the bus timetable
information is kept up to date. If you feel that the information
shown is incorrect, or if you have any other questions regarding
this section of the website, then please contact us.
6. Why does the website not show the latest version of the
If you are expecting a bus timetable to change, but when you
download the link it shows an older version, the most likely cause
is that your home computer is reading the file from it’s
To ensure that your computer is reading the most up to date
version of the file, please refresh your browser by pressing
Ctrl + F5 on a Windows computer. This forces your computer to
download the latest version of a web page or file. If this does not
work please contact us.
We are not responsible for the content of external sites.
This page was last reviewed 5 September 2014 at 12:19.
The page is next due for review 3 March 2016.