Your weekly update, keeping you in touch with planned changes to Merseyside’s public transport and tunnels. This does not include diversions to buses that have been implemented due to roadworks or special events.
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There are no planned changes to bus services in the Merseyside area this week.
PDF files for bus services across the Merseyside region are available to download from the Bus Timetables link below:
For further information on future changes the following links may prove useful:
If you’re using public transport the wearing of a face covering is no longer mandatory, however you may still consider wearing one on busy services.
Travel to and from school
For ways to travel to and from schools, including commercial services, please use our Journey Planner to find the right service for you.
Alternatively, you can check out the list of schools using this link to see which buses serve specific schools and view their dedicated booklets. These services are in addition to the regular bus network. You can also view these bus routes and times on our timetables page.
For information on any changes please check with the rail operator you are travelling with.
There are no planned engineering works this week.
Essential engineering work will be taking place at Bache for four weeks from Sunday 19 March.
The last two trains from Liverpool Central to Chester will terminate at Bache. Bache to Chester will be a rail replacement bus service.
Due to roadworks in Liverpool City Centre as part of Liverpool City Council’s Connectivity Scheme, rail replacement buses will no longer stop at Liverpool Central or Liverpool Lime Street. They will be stopping at Moorfields and James Street only (depending on which services are affected) to minimise disruption to Merseyrail services.
Full times of trains and rail replacement buses can be found in the Journey Planner.
For further details of upcoming engineering work please check the following link:
Merseyrail Planned Engineering Work
For further details, and information regarding any additional changes, please visit the Merseyrail website.
During the closure of the Queensway (Birkenhead) Mersey Tunnel, the Kingsway (Wallasey) Mersey Tunnel will remain fully open in both directions.
The above information is currently correct but closures may be subject to change.