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From 17th April Powell's Bus Company will be taking over route 6 (City Centre to Millhouses via Hallamshire Hospital and Carterknowle) from TM Travel, initially on a Coronavirus emergency timetable but once travel restrictions are lifted it will move onto a full timetable.

 

Details: https://www.powellsbus.co.uk/

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Another little update - as money is often dirty and can spread germs including the Coronavirus passengers are encouraged to pay by conctactless or buy their tickets online or on an app.

 

Supertram is now asking those that must pay by cash to tender the exact change for their fare. Passengers will be asked to drop the money into a tray for the conductor to then tip directly into their cash bag without touching it. If you aren't sure what the fare will be for your journey you can find out using the journey planner at stagecoachbus.com or on the Stagecoach bus app. Similar principle applies on buses too.

 

This is for the safety of staff and other passengers.

 

Please appreciate and respect staff working on buses, trams and trains, during the Coronavirus pandemic, they are putting themselves at personal risk to get you where you need to be - just like many other key front line workers.

Edited by Andy C

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Interesting development.

The traffic commissioners have relaxed the rules for service amendments, cancellations and registrations for the duration of the outbreak. 

The usual 6 week registration notice period has been reduced to 24 hours so be aware that services COULD change at very short notice.

I am not aware of any changes in the piipeline, so just a heads up.

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Further service changes announced

 

bus 6 - from 17th April this route will be operated by Powells instead of TM Travel, with a new timetable, some journeys will have a route change and serve Endcliffe

bus 10/10a - from 17th April this route will no longer serve Endcliffe

bus 30 - from 10th April this route will extend to Hallamshire Hospital and run to a new timetable

bus 208 - from 20th April this route will change to serve Wickersley and Bramley. 

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Some further tweaks following feedback from key workers using the services..

 

bus 30 Crystal Peaks-Hallamshire Hospital - from 17th April an additional commuter trip will run from Hallamshire Hospital in the evening

 

bus 52a Woodhouse-Wisewood - from 20th April an additional early morning bus will run from Woodhouse and from Wisewood, both at 05:45.

 

bus 81/82 Stannington-Dore/Millhouses - timetable changes in the evening from 19th April

 

bus 97 Hillsborough-Totley - from 19th April the 19:30 departure from Hillsborough is extended to Totley

 

bus X7 Sheffield-Maltby - from 27th April this service is withdrawn. Bus X1 provides an alternative (or use tram train to Rotherham Central and connect with local buses there).

 

bus X78 Doncaster-Sheffield - from 19th April the 19:55 departure from Sheffield is extended to Doncaster.

 

More details: https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/#section8

 

Edited by Andy C

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Changes from Monday 27th April:

 

bus 10/10a inner circle: No longer serving Endcliffe (bus 6 replaces it)

 

bus 30 Plumbley, Crystal Peaks & Beighton - City: Additional morning trip added to the timetable

 

bus 218 Bakewell-Totley-Ecclesall-Sheffield: emergency timetable resumed, running weekdays only, principally at school times to serve Lady Manners School in Bakewell.

 

bus X7 Sheffield-Maltby: Withdrawn. Bus X1 provides an alternative (or use tram train to Rotherham and connect with local buses)

 

bus X78 Sheffield-Doncaster: 19:55 departure from Sheffield retimed to 20:15

 

More details https://travelsouthyorkshire.com/servicechanges/

 

Changes from Monday 4th May:

 

bus 8 Ecclesfield-Birley Lane: daytime journeys will be extended to Crystal Peaks providing a tram alternative during the rail replacement works.

 

bus 120 Fulwood-Halfway: some First journeys in the morning will be extended to commence from Halfway tram terminus rather than Crystal Peaks to provide more tram alternative services during the rail replacement works.

 

bus X5 Dinnington-Sheffield: weekday journeys will be extended to Broomhill, serving the hospitals on a loop.

 

Blue tram Malin Bridge-Halfway: will terminate at Birley Lane and no service will run Birley Lane-Halfway due to rail replacement works. Stagecoach buses will accept valid tram tickets to/from the affected areas on routes such as 80a and 120. Citywide/Connect ticket holders may also find buses operated by First or TM Travel suit their needs - visit travelsouthyorkshire.com for bus information.

 

Purple tram Cathedral-Herdings Park: revised timetable.

 

more details: 

First bus https://www.firstgroup.com/south-yorkshire/news-and-service-updates/planned-changes/minor-timetable-amendments-27th-april-4th

Stagecoach Supertram https://www.stagecoachbus.com/news/yorkshire/2020/april/supertram-rail-replacement-may-to-june-2020

 

 

 

Edited by Andy C

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Hulleys are making some changes to their Coronavirus emergency timetables  from 4th May. Affecting Sheffield are:

273/274/275 Sheffield-Castleton/Bakewell via Broomhill and Yorkshire Bridge/Bamford - will no longer run on Saturdays

X70 new daily bus from Dore village to Bakewell at 15:47, using the vehicle that arrives on the M17 from Jordanthorpe.

Details at http://www.hulleys-of-baslow.co.uk/travel-updates

 

and Stagecoach changes from the 10th May:

58 - route change

86 - route change to serve Grenoside village

SL1/SL1a - route and timetable change

Details at https://www.stagecoachbus.com/service-updates/serviceupdatesarticle?SituationId=ID-16/03/2020-11:36:24:186

 

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18 hours ago, Andy C said:

Hulleys are making some changes to their Coronavirus emergency timetables  from 4th May. Affecting Sheffield are:

273/274/275 Sheffield-Castleton/Bakewell via Broomhill and Yorkshire Bridge/Bamford - will no longer run on Saturdays

X70 new daily bus from Dore village to Bakewell at 15:47, using the vehicle that arrives on the M17 from Jordanthorpe.

Details at http://www.hulleys-of-baslow.co.uk/travel-updates

 

and Stagecoach changes from the 10th May:

58 - route change

86 - route change to serve Grenoside village

SL1/SL1a - route and timetable change

Details at https://www.stagecoachbus.com/service-updates/serviceupdatesarticle?SituationId=ID-16/03/2020-11:36:24:186

 

They are taking off the 57 so the 58 is partly covering that. It's only a small bus as it is, it will force more people on it. Also doesn't start until after 9am..

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TM Travel are making some big cuts to their services - mainly evenings and Sundays. 

 

Information available on their website - http://www.tmtravel.co.uk

Edited by Michael_N

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4 hours ago, Groose said:

They are taking off the 57 so the 58 is partly covering that. It's only a small bus as it is, it will force more people on it. Also doesn't start until after 9am..

Not seen any announcement from First about changes to the 57?

 

4 hours ago, Michael_N said:

TM Travel are making some big cuts to their services - mainly evenings and Sundays. 

 

Information available on their website - http://www.tmtravel.co.uk

affects route 29 (Chapeltown-Holmfirth), 30/30a (Plumbley-Crystal Peaks-Beighton-Handsworth-City-Hallamshire Hospital), 218 (Sheffield-Ecclesall-Totley-Bakewell) and X54 (Sheffield-Harthill).

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Sent you an DM with the pic from one of the bus stop messages confirming the 57 is being pulled.

Edited by Groose

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