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DalesBus
DalesBus.svg
HeadquartersGargrave
Service typeBus services
DestinationsLeeds, York, Bradford, Dewsbury, Skipton, Wakefield & Yorkshire Dales
Operator(see Participating operators)
Websitewww.dalesbus.org

DalesBus is a registered brand of a network of weekend bus services managed by Dales and Bowland Community Interest Company[1] which is a subsidiary of the Yorkshire Dales Society.[2]

In 2018, the service was expanded.[3] Most buses run on weekends and bank holiday Mondays, [4] from Easter Sunday until late summer.[5]

Some buses in the Dales run all year round. Most are operated by low floor easy access vehicles. The services are provided by a number of operators linking major centres of population with the Yorkshire Dales to allow for walking or enjoyment without the need for a car.

The services are funded by numerous organisations, including West Yorkshire Metro, the Yorkshire Dales National Park Sustainable Development Fund and the National Trust. Support is also offered with funding from the Friends of DalesBus, Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line, the Yorkshire Dales Society, Forest of Bowland AONB, TransPennine Express and several other organisations. These popular services carry increasing numbers of passengers, over 30,000 per year.[6] In 2015 North Yorkshire County Council withdrew English National Concessionary Travel Scheme payments for some of these services regarding them as only for "tourist" use and outside statutory provision.

Participating operators

Below is a list of operators who provide bus services in the Dales.

From Easter Sunday until late summer (Not all are seasonal.)[7][8]

Operator Services
Arriva North East 830, 857
Arriva Yorkshire 74, 822/825, 831, 873/884, 874/875
Dales & District 856, 30, 137/138/159, 139
Kirkby Lonsdale Coach Hire 580/581/582, 830, 832, 881
Little White Bus Upper Dales Connect, Garsdale-Gayle(LWB), 855, 30, 156
Harrogate Bus Company 24, 59
Keighley Bus Company 821, 873/884
Western Dales Community Bus S1, S3, S4, S5

DalesBus Ramblers

Dalesbus Ramblers organise a varied programme of free guided walks in the Yorkshire Dales. All the walks are accessible by bus or train, and are open to the general public.[9]

In popular culture

In August 2016, route 830 operated by Arriva North East from Richmond to Ingleton, was the subject of an episode of television series BBC Four Goes Slow entitled The Country Bus with a series record average audience of 800,000.[10][11]

References

  1. ^ Companies House extract company no 6130470 Dales and Bowland Community Interest Company
  2. ^ Companies House extract company no 1822908 Yorkshire Dales Society
  3. ^ "New DalesBus services open up the Yorkshire Dales National Park for car-free travel Timetable". Dales Bus. Retrieved 18 July 2018.
  4. ^ "DalesBus Summer Timetable" (PDF). Dales Bus. Retrieved 16 July 2018.
  5. ^ "Why the value of rural bus services cannot be overstated in our National Parks". Yorkshire Post. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  6. ^ "Annual Report and Statement of Community Interest Delivery 2014/5" (PDF). Dalesbus. Dales Bus. p. 1. Retrieved 24 December 2015.
  7. ^ "DalesBus Summer Timetable". Wyemetro. Retrieved 15 July 2018.
  8. ^ DalesBus timetable Winter 2014/15 West Yorkshire Metro
  9. ^ [1] Dalesbus Ramblers
  10. ^ Slow TV bus tour of Yorkshire Dales drives nearly a million viewers The Daily Telegraph 30 August 2016
  11. ^ Country Bus: How a two-hour bus trip of the Yorkshire Dales caused a social media stir The Yorkshire Post 31 August 2016

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