From Sunday 23 July, we're making changes to some of our buses in and around Keighley.
Forget the War of the Roses.
Did you know that there's a bus every 15 minutes to the Airedale General Hospital?
West Yorkshire bus services that are more reliable, easier to use, customer focused and better for the environment are the key aims of the Bus 18 initiative launched today (Friday 24 March).
As part of the work which has taken place to improve Leeds city bus station, our buses on the 760 will soon be using a new departure stand.
We've slashed the cost of our popular K ZONE day tickets in Keighley, so now you can travel all around town, all day for just £3!
If you use theSHUTTLE between Keighley, Bingley and Bradford, we're inviting you to help power us into the space age - with pioneering touchless ticketing!
From Sunday 23 July, we're making a few changes to our buses in and around Keighley.
From Sunday 23 July, we're making a few changes to Brontë Bus.
From Sunday 23 July, we're making some changes to the 62.
From Sunday 23 July, we're making a few changes to the 760.
From 1 January 2017, the West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) are making some ticket changes which will affect school buses.
Meet two of the winners in our first ever Amazing Awards!
There's been a spate of anti-social behaviour and vandalism in Wibsey recently, causing damage to our buses on the 845 and threatening the safety of our customers.
There's a new name for your local buses in Ilkley, Otley and the Wharfedale towns and villages.
From Sunday 30 October, we're simplifying our range of season tickets in Keighley to make it easier for you to decide which the best ticket is for you. We're also extending the range of some of our tickets, so you'll be able to even travel further - for less than ever before!
The ongoing roadworks in Silsden mean that it's difficult to keep our buses running on time. South Craven School buses are impacted most mornings, so we're changing the timetable slightly to try to keep your buses running smoothly.
The amazing new Victoria Leeds shopping experience is here at last.
It's now easier than ever to top up your K CARD in Keighley.
There are some major roadworks taking place in Silsden throughout the autumn and winter to repair walls damaged by the flooding in early 2016.
Meet Dale – the face of the amazing new-look Dalesway!
Enjoy a proper good day out with the kids with a child KDAY!
Come along and join us between 10am and 3pm outside Skipton Town Hall on Saturday 3 September as we launch Dalesway – the exciting new look for the 66 between Keighley, Airedale Hospital, Sutton-in-Craven and Skipton.
Here at The Keighley Bus Company, we're proud to have invested over £2 million in new, locally-built buses this year which are already starting to earn their keep around our town!
Here at The Keighley Bus Company, we're proud to have been serving our town since 1901. We recently changed our name to reflect on our local roots, as well as making other changes including simpler, easy-to-remember numbers for our services.
The West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA), alongside local bus operators, are holding public drop-in sessions to talk about the plans for bus travel in West Yorkshire over the next 20 years. Together, we are developing a twenty year vision for an integrated transport network that supports sustained and healthy economic growth throughout the Leeds city region and beyond.
Employees have been invited to try our bus services across the North as we get behind, Catch the Bus Week, a national campaign to boost bus travel.
Here at Transdev, we are really keen to stay true to our roots as the local bus company in Keighley. Us and our predecessors have been serving the town since 1902. Our new name of The Keighley Bus Company is all about that and more - showing off how proud we are to serve the thousands of you who travel on our services across our town and beyond. And it's not just about looking back, but looking forward too - there's £2 million worth of amazing new buses hitting the streets with free wifi, USB power and many other great new features. We want to make getting about even simpler and easier as well - so there'll be a few changes, and easy-to-remember numbers from 24 July.
We're invading local employers across the north to spread the word about Catch the Bus Week.
The countryside south of Keighley out towards Haworth, Oxenhope and Hebden Bridge is spectacular, and Brontë Bus is a great way to get out and about and enjoy some of the wonderful places that are right on your doorstep.