This website is designed to help you get around the Yorkshire Dales area (including the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) using public transport.
The wearing of a face covering is now compulsory on all public transport in England, other than for young children, disabled people and those with breathing difficulties. Click here for details. If you are using the bus or train you should also follow social distancing and wash or sanitise your hands before and after travel.
Most bus services are still running full timetables for those who need to travel, but please check our News Page for details of reduced timetables on some bus and train services in the area.
Buses and trains are all still operating with a reduced capacity in order to facilitate social distancing.
An overview of the main bus and train routes currently operating in the Yorkshire Dales is shown on this map.
There are many bus services within the Yorkshire Dales which run throughout the year (click here for a list), these are usually supplemented by extra DalesBus services during the Summer period, which normally mainly operate on Sundays and Bank Holidays from Easter until mid-October.
For the latest news visit our News Page and follow @DalesBus on Twitter.
The famous Settle to Carlisle Railway also passes through the Yorkshire Dales area, with several journeys daily throughout the year. There are also good rail links to several access points to the Yorkshire Dales. The Wensleydale Railway runs between Leeming Bar, Bedale, Leyburn and Redmire, but is currently suspended due to the pandemic.
To find out how to get further public transport information for the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas, visit the Journey Planners page, which contains links to online journey planners and details of other sources of transport information.
The Fares page gives details of various special fare deals which are available on many routes.
To keep up-to-date with our latest news follow @DalesBus on Twitter.