Following the Welsh Government announcement of a two-week national lockdown in Wales and in line with government advice for people to stay at home, we are making some temporary changes to our timetables from 25th October until 9th November
- From 26th October - 31st October, limited timetables will operate with no School/College journeys due to the half term holidays.
- From 2nd November - 7th November, limited timetables will operate with School/College journeys resuming.
- There will be no Sunday services operating on 25th October, 1st November and 8th November
The temporary timetables will be available from Wednesday 21st October, please continue to check the details below
The journey planner will be updated with the temporary timetables from next week.
- From 18th October: Following customer feedback, the following timetables will change to improve connectivity
Service 151: There will be changes to the timetable on Monday to Saturday to improve connectivity. On Sunday journeys, bigger buses will operate for additional capacity
Service 26: There will be changes to the Sunday timetable and bigger buses will operate on Sunday journeys for additional capacity.
Services 86X & B: There will be changes to the Sunday timetables to improve connectivity
Service 96X: There will be changes to the timetable to improve connectivity
- From 18th October: Services 151, 50, 56, R1 will divert via Havelock Street, Newport due to building works on Stow Hill, Newport for approximately 60 weeks
We're providing duplicate buses for schools and colleges. To see timetables and full details, click the link below
For timetables and frequency information please click the link 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 additional Journey Assistance Cards to help make it easier for you to let our bus drivers know why you're exempt. For more information and to apply online, click below
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