Are you thinking about visiting Derby? Perhaps you already live in this great city but need to get around without the hassle of parking or the expense of petrol? At Arriva we know travel and we know Derby, so take a few moments and read through our carefully created guide to attractions and travelling in this great city.
via Kingway Bridge, Mackworth and Markeaton Park (28), via Markeaton Park, Mackworth and Kingway Bridge (29)
via Allenton, Shelton Lock, Chellaston, Stanton-by-Bridge, Melbourne, Ticknall, Hartshorne and Goseley Estate
Derby Network change from 6 September.
From Sunday 29 March 2015 were making a few changes to the route and timetable to ensure we deliver an improved service to our customers.
Travelling between Derby city centre, Pride Park & Ride and The Wyvern Retail Park is going to be much easier from Tuesday 5 May as Arriva Midlands introduces your new services D2 and D3 replacing services 43 and 111.
Feedback from customers travelling on services 33/33A, 36/36A and from our own monitoring of these services have highlighted the need to introduce an additional bus into our schedules to ensure these services remain punctual. The timetable for each service will change slightly but the overall frequency remains unaltered.
Changes Announced to Local Bus Service in Derby. Arriva Midlands has today released the first details of changes to bus services in the south of the City following the consultation that took place earlier in the year.
Changes have already been announced to routes in the Mackworth, Chaddesden and Oakwood areas and these will be introduced from 6 September 2015.
Arriva Midlands special football bus services DC1 and DC2 will not be operating for the 2015/2016 season.