Welcome to the abus website.

Service changes from 8th January 2017:

349: Revised timetable to provide more reliable journeys at peak times.

57: As a result of the withdrawl of funding for the Tesco Brislington services by Tesco, service 57 is reduced to operate at peak times only.

T1-T4: These services have been cancelled by Tesco.

Service changes from 13th November 2016:

349: Revised timetable to fit with revised times on First 38. In particular, afternoon peak journeys will run at different times to current and the 1745 journey from Bristol will no longer extend to Chandag Estate due to a lack of demand.

RA3/RA4: New services in Bath replacing journeys on Wessex services 20A, 20C and 20R. These services provide school time travel to Ralph Allen School from the west and south of the city.

Timetables for all these changes are now available on the bus services page.

The Avon Rider Day Ticket is also now available, giving you unlimited travel for one day throughout Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. The ticket is issued and accepted by most operators in the area (Abus, Bath Bus Company, Citistar, Crosville, CT Coaches, Faresaver, First, North Somerset Coaches, Somerbus, and Wessex Connect) and costs just 7.20, or 5.50 for a child/student. If you're travelling around the Bristol city area, the BristolRider ticket offers unlimited travel on all operators listed for 4.50 a day.

For current information on any of our services, click on the Bus Service Timetables and Route Map link above.

For any further enquiries, call 0117 971 0251

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