Find all the necessary information about bus travel within Worcestershire. You will also find all the current timetables (both community and company operated), operating companies, school bus travel help and ticket information.
If you need help planning a journey, there's advice and links to useful services under the 'Bus timetables and journey planning' section below.
Apply for or manage your bus pass
Apply for a new bus pass or inform us of a change in your personal details, cancel, replace or renew a bus pass.
- A & M Group (Spangap Ltd.) (telephone)
- Arriva Midlands (website)
- Aston’s Coaches (website)
- Birmingham & Midland Motor Omnibus Trust (website)
- Clearway of Catshill (telephone)
- Cofton Coaches & Euro Liners (website)
- Coniston Coaches (telephone)
- Diamond Bus (website)
- DRM Bus (website)
- Evergreen Coaches Ltd (email)
- First (website)
- Green Bus (website)
- Henshaw’s (email)
- Hollands Coaches (telephone)
- Hollywood Travel (telephone)
- Johnsons (Henley) Ltd (website)
- Kinver Community Bus Ltd (Staffordshire county council website)
- LMS Travel (Facebook page)
- Lugg Valley Travel (telephone)
- MRD Ltd. (telephone)
- N. N. Cresswell (website)
- National Express (website)
- National Express West Midlands (website)
- North Cotswold Community Bus Association (telephone)
- Pulham’s Coaches (website)
- Redditch Dial-a-Ride (email)
- Rogers Coaches (telephone)
- Smiths of Ledbury (telephone)
- Stagecoach (website)
- Worcestershire County Council (website)
- Wyre Forest Dial-a-Ride (email)
- Yarranton Bros. Ltd. (telephone)
Bus timetables and journey planning
All Worcestershire bus information is held on the Traveline West Midlands website where you can plan your journey, search for bus timetables or find out about bus service disruptions:
Community bus routes
These are run by not-for-profit operators who use accessible vehicles with volunteer or paid drivers and provide transport for those in parts of the county which may have no or very limited registered local bus services. Routes are usually to a nearby town or city.
Journeys must be pre-booked with the operator and all the booking details can be found on the relevant timetables below.
Community Bus routes operate on set days to a flexible timetable and can pick-up/drop-off passengers at a pre-agreed location.
A fare is payable and English National Concessionary Bus Pass holders can travel at a reduced rate of £1 per single journey which is a discretionary subsidy provided by Worcestershire County Council. Malvern Hills district resident Bus Pass holders are entitled to a further £1 per single journey reduction which is funded by Malvern Hills District Council.
|Service timetable and information||Day(s) of operation|
|CB1 Tewkesbury - Welland - Malvern (PDF)||Wednesdays|
|CB3 Malvern - Barnards Green - Hanley Castle - Upton - Welland - Gt Malvern (PDF)||Tuesday to Friday inclusive|
|CB4 Peopleton - Drakes Broughton - Pershore (PDF)||Fridays|
|CB5 Peopleton - Drakes Broughton - Worcester (PDF)||Tuesdays|
|CB6 Hagley - Hagley centre and also to Kidderminster, Stourbridge and Merry Hill (PDF)||Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays|
|CB7 Tenbury Wells - Leominster (PDF)||The first and third Friday of the month only|
|HB8 Habberley Road - Canterbury Road - St John's Avenue - Kidderminster Bus Station and return (PDF)||Tuesdays and Fridays|
|CB9 Clifton-on-Teme to Great Malvern and Retail Park via Knightwick, Alfrick and Suckley (PDF)||Thursdays|
|CB10 Ombersley - Droitwich - Ombersley (PDF)||Tuesdays|
The Norton Connector Littleworth - Norton - Parkway - St Peters Tesco (Timetable webpage)
|Monday to Friday|
Connecta Ticketing scheme
Worcestershire County Council's Connecta scheme, which offers one ticket, at one price, for unlimited travel, is a cost-effective way to see places of interest as part of the Council's World Class Worcestershire strategy, already more than 70,000 of the multi-purpose bus tickets have been sold.
Worcestershire on Demand
A public transport service where vehicles travel on demand rather than using fixed routes and timetables.
Worcestershire Zero Emission Bus Regional Area Scheme
The ZEBRA (Zero Emission Bus Regional Area) scheme provide up to £120 million for local transport authorities (LTAs), outside London, to support the introduction of zero-emission buses and the infrastructure needed to support them.
Worcestershire County Council has submitted an Expression of Interest which will:
- support the government’s commitment to decarbonisation and to reduce the transport sector’s contribution to CO2 emissions
- support the roll-out of the 4,000 Zero Emission Buses
- support bus manufacturers and other related suppliers in the development of zero emission bus technology
- showcase the high ambition that Worcestershire County Council has for working with partners to improve bus services within the area
- provide innovative ways to overcome challenges of introducing zero emission buses and supporting infrastructure and change the way monitoring and evaluation data is presented
Read the Worcestershire application for the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas Scheme (PDF)
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