Changes to services in Buckinghamshire
From Tuesday 3rd January 2023
We’re making changes to a couple of our Buckinghamshire services from 3 January 2023. We’ll update our timetables as soon as possible. In the meantime, here’s what we’re changing:
There will be a slight change to the times of some journeys on school days, with morning journeys running up to 10 minutes later than they do currently and there’ll be an extra afternoon journey from Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School to Haddenham and Thame.
Then, from Sunday 8 January 2023 the following changes will take place:
There will be some small changes to the timetable to help keep your bus on time.
There will be some small changes to the timetable on the 32 to help keep your bus on time.
There will be some small changes to the timetable on the 33 to help keep your bus on time.
41 High Wycombe to Great Missenden
We've worked in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council to review the long term future of this service post-pandemic. We're sad to say that the 41 will no longer be an Arriva service as changing work and travel patterns mean it no longer covers its operating costs. For more details of the replacement service from another bus company visit https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/parking-roads-and-transport/bus-passes-and-travel/changes-to-bus-services/
There are improvements to the timetable of this service, with buses now running at a regular hourly frequency during the day.
We're making changes to the timetable of these services to help keep your bus on time and reflect changing work and travel patterns post-pandemic.
Most journeys of service 800 will now run along the A4155 between Lower Shiplake and Caversham, giving a faster and more direct journey between Henley and Reading. Customers at Playhatch should use the bus stops on Henley Road outside and opposite the Garden Centre for journeys running directy along the A4155.
We’ve worked in partnership with Oxfordshire County Council to continue running a limited number of journeys through Shiplake Row, Binfield Heath, and Dunsden Green around key commuting and shopping hours. The number of journeys through these villages reflects the low number of passengers boarding there and continues to provide access to essential services.