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Service disruptions

Find out if there are any disruptions to your bus service.

How do I find out about bus service disruptions?

You should check with your local bus operator before you start your journey. They may be able to advise you if there are any planned disruptions to your bus service. Get information about local bus companies from our bus timetables page.

You may also want to check the local weather forecast:

BBC - Local weather (external website)

Current diversions

From Monday 23rd October 2017 a shuttle bus will be provided between Rawcliffe Bridge and Rawcliffe. The bus will connect at Rawcliffe with East Yorkshire Motor Services bus service 88 to/from Goole and Thorne. The shuttle bus service has now been extended until Monday 18th December 2017. The following pdf document provides details of the shuttle bus timetable:

Rawcliffe Bridge Shuttle Bus Timetable (pdf 572kb opens in new window)

Why do these disruptions happen?

There are sometimes disruptions to bus services which are outside the direct control of the council or the bus operator. These can happen at very short notice, for example a road being closed by the Police following an accident. Where this happens bus operators will endeavour to operate as much of the normal route as possible, however short diversions will need to be made to comply with instructions from the emergency services.

In the case of bad weather, again bus operators will endeavour to provide a normal service. However, some roads may become impassable and buses will need to take an alternative route. This position can change at very short notice and can vary throughout the East Riding. In cases of extreme weather operators may suspend an entire service(s).