Bus Service changes

Here is a summary of how we understand our bus services are changing in September. 

Changes to Bathwick Hill Bus services

U1 University Bus : From 2nd September the U1 bus route will change. It will run the same frequency as it currently does.

The U1 bus will stop continue to stop at stops on Bathwick Hill, but will then go  along Pulteney Street to Rossiter Road, where it will stop near the Half Penny bridge for access to the train station and Widcombe, it will cross Churchill bridge and stop at Corn Street by the Avon Street car park.

The return journey will be the same route. It will run on the holiday timetable until the last week of September when the Term time timetable is reinstated.

No. 10 Bus a new service from 3rd September will run every half hour going to the Abbey on the current route. Running every 30 minutes.

into Bath from the University the first bus leaves at 9:00.last bus departs at 17:00

From Bath, Guildhall the first Bus leaves at 9:16 and the last bus leaves at 17:46.

Click link for first time table or pick one up on a bus.First bus services on Bathwick Hill

Other bus services you can use

 734 runs Monday to Friday from the Cleveland walk stop to Grand parade at 9:42, 11:38 and 14:48 it goes along Gt. Pultney Street to the Guildhall.

The Return journey departs by the Guildhall at 09:51, 11:46 and 14:56 and goes through Bathwick and up North Road stopping at the Cleveland walk stop.

94 to Trowbirdge  From Guildhall in Bath 10:08, 12:08, 14:08, 16:16 17:48

To Guildhall stop at Cleveland walk at 08:03, 09:56, 11:56, 13:56 16:01

Please note there are two other services of this bus a day that do not appear to stop on Bathwick Hill.

Further information at https://travelwest.info/bus/maps-routes


The  Sight Seeing Bus

If you live near the University and have a bus pass you can use it to travel up North Road to the junction with Bathwick Hill, departing from Bog Island.  You are only allowed to sit down stairs. Do not try to get on at the Abbey as that takes you all the way around Bath.

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