Bus timetables covering services that operate in, or across, Warwickshire.
Selection of maps of bus routes covering the whole County and its main towns. The maps are regularly updated whenever there is a significant route change.
Listed bus services throughout Warwickshire that has been changed.
Coleshill Parkway is served by direct half-hourly train services to Birmingham New Street in around 18 minutes, Leicester in 40 minutes and London in around 2 hours. Local bus services also interchange at Coleshill Parkway providing connections to and from Birmingham International Airport & National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in around 18 minutes, and into most other local conurbations.
The English National Concessionary Travel Scheme(ENCTS) is a national scheme that provides free off-peak local bus travel throughout England. Eligibility is determined either by age or a qualifying disability.
Adults wishing to start, or return to, cycling can contact us to discuss course availability.
Combining cycling with rail travel is an ideal way to travel for longer distance journeys. You can either leave your cycle at the station by securing it to a cycle parking stand or by using a locker (where available), or arrange to carry it on the train so that you can use it at the other end of your journey.
The service for residents of the rural areas who have difficulty accessing transport and need to get to shops and essential services.
Flexibus is a bus service open to everyone but is particularly helpful to people with mobility problems.
Cycling Guides are available for Rugby, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick & Leamington Spa and Nuneaton. There are also a number Leisure Cycling Routes in Warwickshire.
Park and ride locations include Coleshill parkway, Stratford, Warwick Parkway. Links to various Park and ride initiatives.
For details of all current, planned and recently cleared service disruptions including engineering works.
Details on the types of potholes and how to report them. You can report them online.
The news items on this page refer only to those temporary road closures that have been notified to us and are expected to affect normal operation of bus services.
Getting pedalling couldn’t be easier. All you need is a bike and a desire to ride. There’s no need for special clothes or expensive equipment.
Free parking, buses every 10-15 minutes, direct to Stratford Town Centre with fully site secure CCTV and supervisors on site.
We grit 46% of our 3820 kilometre (2368 mile) highway network. All roads cannot be treated due to budget, gritting vehicle size and mobilisation time.
A travel plan is typically a package of practical measures to encourage and enable staff to choose alternatives to single-occupancy car-use, and promote greener, cleaner travel choices.