Bus company East Yorkshire has announced that local Hornsea, Hedon and Withernsea buses will continue to run as normal during the new national lockdown, in order to allow key workers to get to work and essential journeys to be made.
The ‘Bus Out to Help Out’ ticket discount deal will allow anyone who buys a single or return ticket on an East Yorkshire bus after 7pm in the evening to bring along a fellow traveller completely FREE of charge. The ticket deal runs every day during September…
EAST Yorkshire buses will return to their pre-lockdown timetables from Sunday 5 July 2020. The milestone comes as non-essential retail, pubs, cafes and some tourist attractions have all been able to reopen with social distancing measures in place.
The new Flexi5 tickets give you five days of travel on East Yorkshire buses which you can use as and when you need them. The tickets are available for various different zones, including for travel between Hull, Hedon and Withernsea.
FROM 15 June you will have to wear a face-covering when you travel on public transport.
This doesn’t have to be a face mask – it can be as simple as a scarf or bandana tied around your head.
From Sunday 31 May, in response to the government’s coronavirus advice, East Yorkshire buses will be increasing their bus services.
As fewer people are travelling, buses will be less frequent on most routes, although they will be prioritising links to hospitals as much as possible. The new timetables are available to view online now at http://www.eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk, through social media, and on the East Yorkshire Buses app.
From Monday 23 March, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, bus company East Yorkshire will be temporarily changing their timetables. Most services will run to a Sunday timetable, but with extra early morning journeys to allow workers to travel. Routes which don’t normally have Sunday buses will also have a special timetable.
THERE are a few bus services which run to and from Hedon which we consider “rare”. By that we mean they provide quite a unique service and are supported by subsidies from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council…
EYMS have released details of their bus schedules for the festive period 2013…..
THE BLOG recently posted the results of its simple survey into resident perceptions of Hedon’s links with Beverley. Whilst most people thought that the place they lived had more in common with Beverley than Hull, there is one practical obstacle to better links with the East Riding capital […]