We know many of you will be looking for information for how lockdown will affect our services. We're working hard to keep our services running for essential journeys, however there may have been some changes to timetables in your area. Please check our latest timetables for more information.
We've put in place measures to allow you to travel safely including limiting available seats on buses and enhanced cleaning. Please avoid busy times, use contactless payment where you can, keep your distance and take your litter with you. You can keep up to date checking our main Coronavirus page.
25 Jan 2021
CORONAVIRUS MEASURES: CHANGES TO SOME BUS SERVICES
· Measures reflect reduced travel and keeping key workers communities connected
· Temporary reduction to some services from 31 January
· Changes follow government advice on non-essential travel
· Full details of the revised timetables available online at stagecoachbus.com
There will be further changes to some bus services in South Wales from Sunday 31 January following the government advice on non-essential travel to help combat the coronavirus.
Some timetables will be temporarily reduced across Aberdare, Blackwood, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda, Blaenau Gwent and Torfaen until further notice. Details as follows
Aberdare – from 31st January
Service 7 Glynhafod - Penderyn
Service 8 Glynhafod - Morfa Glas
Service 9 Glynhafod – Merthyr Tydfil
Service 113 Aberdare - Cwmbach
Service 60/61 Aberdare - Pontypridd
Blackwood – from 31st January
Service 26 Blackwood - Cardiff
Service 151 Blackwood - Newport
Rhondda – from 31st January
Services 120/130 Blaencwm/Blaenrhondda – Caerphilly
Service 132 Maerdy - Cardiff
Service 99 Pontypridd town centre
Merthyr Tydfil – from 31st January
Services 27 Merthyr – Prince Charles Hospital
Service 35 Merthyr - Rhydybedd
Service 43/X43 Brecon - Abergavenny
Service T4 Newtown - Cardiff
Blaenau Gwent - from 7th Feb
Service X4 Merthyr - Cardiff
Torfaen – from 7th Feb
Service 15 Trevethin - Pontypool
Service X24 Blaenavon - Newport
Services have been focused on routes where there is likely to be passenger demand during the lockdown period but will be flexible as passenger demand becomes clearer.
For those passengers needing to make essential journeys, bus services remain safe with enhanced cleaning taking place, reduced capacity for social distancing and passengers required to wear three layer face coverings unless exempt.
Customers can stay up to date with all the latest news from Stagecoach on Twitter @StagecoachWales or by signing up to their email mailing list. Full details and the revised timetables are available at
For more information please see Stagecoachbus.com