In response to fewer people using public transport, Nottingham City Council (NCT) has changed its timetables to run only core services at reduced frequencies. This means that NCT 3, which connects Ruddington and Clifton with the city centre, has been withdrawn for the time being.
However, NCT 10, which runs to the city centre via Wilford and West Bridgford, is still operating. Buses are running at 30 minute intervals during most of the day, with hourly services in the early mornings and later evenings. The new timetable is the same for every day of the week and can be viewed here. All buses are now terminating at The Green.
NCT has postponed the fare increases planned for 29th March and has also extended concessionary travel to before 9:30am on weekdays.
At the time of writing, the L22 and L23 (run by CT4N) and 863 (run by the County Council) buses are still operating to their normal timetables. The Kinchbus 9 has been suspended. For the latest news, please visit www.ct4n.co.uk, www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk and www.kinchbus.co.uk respectively.
NET are still running trams along their full route, but to a Sunday timetable every day. Find out more at thetram.net.
In line with Government advice, please only use public transport for essential journeys and practise social distancing at bus/tram stops and on board. Where possible, don’t pay by cash and use smartphone apps, smart cards or contactless instead (available payment methods vary by operator).