Some services will cease and others will be cut. The plan affecting Bishopthorpe would have meant an end to evening and Sunday services.
Sadly, we are to lose our Sunday buses. The last ones will run on Sunday 21st August.
The normal Coastliner service will run between Leeds, York and Malton on a 30 min. frequency. Alternate buses will continue to Pickering or to Scarborough. Some Pickering buses will continue to Whitby.
Passengers for Bridlington and Filey should change at Malton.
(Alternatively, Bridlington travellers could use the East Yorks. Motors York-Bridlington service.)
From Monday 29th February 2016, city centre road and building works will affect routes and stopping places for buses and create traffic diversions.
Work on the adjacent building will necessitate the temporary closure of westbound bus stops.
The long bus shelter will be demolished and scaffolding erected.
Travellers towards Bishopthorpe should use the York Station stop.
After approx. two weeks, temporary stops will be put in place, to be succeeded by a splendid new bus shelter (features unspecified) a little later.
Work on the pavement will result in the temporary restriction of the bridge to one-way (westbound) traffic only and hence the temporary closure of the Lower Ousegate stops for about two weeks.
Bishopthorpe passengers should use the Stonebow stop.
(Car drivers will also, of course, be affected and the diversions are likely to cause congestion on the other two city centre bridges and adjacent roads.)
The work is expected to last about two weeks.
Commencing Mon. 22nd November, a bus will leave Acaster Lane at 0633 and reach York Station at 0700.
This could be very useful to people travelling to work, especially if continuing their commute by train