Industrial action by members of the RMT union will disrupt train services operated by Northern on Saturday 3rd March - for details please see Northern website.
Bus users across the UK are being given the chance to vote for their favourite bus journey in a survey to find 'Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route'.
DalesBus services 24, 830 and 873 have been shortlisted for the title, and users can also vote for other services too, whilst being entered into a cash prize draw.
The free Upper Nidderdale Bus will continue running every Sunday until 29th April 2018.
The bus leaves from Pateley Bridge King Street bus stop at 1115, running to How Stean Gorge. It returns from How Stean Gorge at 1555, calling at Lofthouse, Ramsgill and Wath for anyone who fancies a walk along the Nidderdale Way. Click here for full timetable details.
The service is free, but passengers are recommended to pre-book by calling 01423 75566 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Passengers with a Sunday bus 24 ticket can visit How Stean Gorge for half price.
ITV, with presenters Julia Bradbury and Ore Oduba, are celebrating Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100 with a 2.5 hour programme on January 30th starting at 7.30pm.
Seven of the walks on the programme are within the Yorkshire Dales/Forest of Bowland area - and all are accessible by public transport. Click here for details.
The closure of Greyhound Bridge in Lancaster from 29th January 2018 for at least six months will result in changes to most bus services in the area. Services 80 and 81 between Lancaster and Ingleton/Kirkby Lonsdale will operate revised timetables.
Craven Connection bus services 580 and 581 between Skipton, Settle, Ingleton and Kirkby Lonsdale will be improved from 5th March 2018 - key changes are that: