In light of recent announcements on restrictions in Wales and the advice for essential travel only, some of our timetables will be revised from 17th January until further notice, see the details and timetables below. All other timetables remain unchanged. If you need to travel, please avoid busy times of the day if possible. We've worked with local councils and the Welsh Government to determine any changes needed to service levels based on local circumstances.
For more information on how to travel with confidence on our buses go to our South Wales travelling safely page.
Following the Welsh Government announcement regarding the closure of school and colleges, we'll be operating school holiday timetables until further notice. School holiday journeys are normally marked with the code #Sch. Please check the code details on the timetables, you can see the latest timetables below
You must wear a 3 layer face covering on public transport in Wales and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt. Please be respectful, not everyone can wear a face covering. For guidance, visit trc.cymru/face-coverings or see FAQs
We're offering Journey Assistance Cards to help make it easier for you to let our bus drivers know why you're exempt. Click the link below to apply
Journey assistance Cards
We have limited capacity on buses in South Wales to allow for social distancing. Please follow the seating guidance as follows
- Only one person can sit in a double seat unless you're with a member of your household
- You must sit diagonal to the person in the row in front and behind. You should leave the seat behind and next to them empty.
- For more details about travelling safely on our buses, please click the link below
Travel safely on our buses
If you’d like to give us feedback on our temporary timetables in South Wales because you’re concerned they don’t meet your needs, or you have comments about social distancing on our buses as a result of revised services, then please fill out the South Wales feedback form