West Berkshire Council

Transport Service Changes or Disruption

Planned public transport changes, disruption information and contacting operators

Closure of Newbury Bus Station and opening of Newbury Wharf from 2 December 2018

To allow for redevelopment , Newbury Bus Station in Market Street is closing at the end of Saturday 1 December 2018.

From Sunday 2 December, buses and National Express coaches will start serving Newbury Wharf, in Wharf Road next to Newbury Library. 

pdf icon This leaflet [298kb] tells you where you can board your bus in Newbury town centre from 2 December onwards. 

Please also see the accompanying pdf icon timetable leaflet [569kb] that summarises changes to local bus timetables and routes.

Calcot Estate served by Reading Buses route 15 from 3 September 2018 

Reading Buses are altering their sky blue-branded route 15 to serve Garston Crescent and Royal Avenue in the Calcot Estate, on and from Monday 3 September.  For more information about this change, please visit the Reading Buses website or call 0118 959 4000.

Contacting local bus and train operators

The major bus and train operators in West Berkshire are:

Services on Bank Holidays and during Travel Disruption

If you're planning to travel by public transport on bank holidays, or during bad weather or other periods of disruption, please use the Traveline journey planning service -  the Traveline South East journey planner has regularly updated information.

We also post available updates on the Connect West Berkshire Twitter feed. 

You can also check with the bus or train company you'll be using to make sure they're running. 

 

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