Travelling around Liverpool
Liverpool is a large, vibrant city in the north-west of England, famed around the world for its history, culture, humour and a fierce sense of independence.
Mention Liverpool to most people and the first things they’ll think of are The Beatles and football, but the city offers much more besides this to tempt visitors, including more than 2,500 listed buildings, more museums than anywhere else except London, the oldest Chinatown in Europe and the stunning architecture of the Georgian Quarter and refurbished docks.
Liverpool has excellent road and rail links to the rest of the UK and Arriva buses provide regular services running to and from nearby Liverpool John Lennon Airport and further afield to places, such as Warrington, the Wirral, Southport and St Helens.
Latest Service Updates
From Monday 17th February 2020 service 76 (Halewood to Liverpool, via Penny Lane and Woolton) will be diverted due to roadworks in Liverpool City Centre, having an impact on reliability. The service will no longer serve Liverpool ONE and instead will depart from Queen Square Bus Station (Stand 1).
From 10th Febraury 2020, service 76 will be diverted from Crown Street in order to avoid congestion caused by the closure of West Derby Street and Brownlow Hill. This diversion is expected to be in place until further notice.