If you are using the bus or train you should, where possible, wear a face covering, follow social distancing and wash your hands before and after travel. Most services are still running for essential journeys, but all buses and trains are operating with a reduced capacity in order to facilitate social distancing.
The wearing of a face covering over mouth and nose 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.
Full timetables are running on most bus routes for essential journeys (for details see all-year services page), except as noted below:
The following bus services are suspended until further notice:
Temporary bus timetables are running on some bus services operated by Harrogate Bus Company, Connexions, Keighley Bus Company and Burnley Bus Company:
On North Yorkshire County Council service 72A the 0900 schoolday journey from Buckden to Grassington and Skipton is suspended until further notice.
The Little White Bus Richmondshire Rover is running between Catterick and Richmond only on Wednesdays and Thursdays during the national lockdown.
Many Stagecoach Cumbria and North Lancashire services in the Lancaster District will operate a reduced timetable from 25th January 2021 but this will not affect services 80 and 81 to Ingleton which will continue to run a "school holiday" timetable.
Dales & District service 73 between Bedale and Northallerton is running a reduced timetable, running mainly hourly.
The following journeys on service 139 between Ripon and Fountains Abbey will not run until further notice, as Fountains Abbey has limited opening: From Ripon at 1115 and 1625; From Fountains Abbey at 1130 and 1640.
Many train services are also reduced: