Bus Service Updates

To view service updates relating to service, fare and timetable changes or diversions please select your service from the links below.

Service Changes – Monday 25th October 2021

Services 1, 2 & 3:  Services will no longer start or end at Stratford Interchange and rerouted to serve Trinity Mead in both directions on most journeys.  Journeys on service 3 to/from Shipston School & Lower Brailes renumbered 75A.  Some minor timetable changes. 
Service 4:  Service withdrawn.  Services to Trinity Mead replaced by routes 1, 2 & 3.  Services to Banbury Road replaced by new routes 76, 76A & 77.
Services 5A & 5C:  Service 5A renumbered 5 and will continue to operate hourly to a revised timetable.  Service 5C withdrawn.
Service 6:  Service replaced by route 76A (see below).
Service 6S:  Service renumbered 77S.
Service 7:  Service replaced by route 76 (see below).
Service 50A:  Service renumbered 75.
Service 75:  New service replacing route 50A.
Service 75A:  New service operating between Stratford & Banbury via Lower Quinton, Shipston on Stour & Lower Brailes.
Service 76:  New service replacing route 7 between Stratford & Banbury via Ettington, Kineton, Oxhill, Tysoe & Wroxton.  Loxley will be served by new route 77.
Service 76A:  New service replacing route 6 between Stratford & Banbury via Ettington, Kineton, Ratley, Tysoe & Wroxton.  Wellesbourne will be served by new route 77, Shutford & North Newington will no longer be served.
Service 77:  Service extended from Kineton to Stratford via Wellesbourne & Loxley.
Service 77A:  Service extended from Fenny Compton to Banbury via Mollington.  Some journeys will operate via Farnborough & Avon Dassett.
Service S85:  Service re-routed in Webheath to better serve students in this area.
Service X7:  Service renumbered 76X.
Service X20:  Onepeak journey in each direction will start/end at Shottery, The Bell for Stratford Girls Grammar School providing additional students links into the school from Meriden, Catherine de Barnes, Solihull, Shirley, Hockley Heath & Henley.

Key points of service changes:
Services 75, 76 & 76A will provide hourly buses between Stratford, Ettington & Banbury.
Services 76, 76A & 77 will provide hourly buses between Stratford & Kineton
Service 77 will offer more buses (two hourly) throughout the day between Wellesbourne, Loxley & Stratford.
 

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COVID-19 Update for all Excelbus passengers: 

This is an update for all our customers who travel aboard our Excelbus services. 

Please understand that we are doing our best with all our bus services in these exceptional circumstances; and due to the changing situation it is not possible for us, or indeed the local authority to update the printed timetables at bus stops. Please disregard these and follow the guidance below for all our routes. We apologise for any inconvenience caused at what is a difficult time for all of us. Thank you.

In light of the Coronavirus situation, we would like to update you as follows. Johnsons have extensive cleaning regimes that maintain high levels of hygiene for passengers to protect the health and well-being of their customers and employees. In order to support increased personal hygiene on our buses, we are putting strengthened measures in place to enhance sanitisation and focused cleaning; this includes but is not limited to:

  • The use of hand sanitiser gel on all buses to help passengers clean their hands frequently. 
  • Operating an even more robust vehicle cleaning schedule, with regular use of anti-bacterial wipes on hard surfaces and handles. 
  • Staff are being encouraged to maintain good hand, respiratory and personal hygiene by employing the 'Catch it. Bin it. Kill it.' ethos.
  • A well-coordinated emergency management system in place at all times. 
  • Finally, the single most important precaution that everyone can take is to observe good personal hygiene, including washing your hands regularly. 

These regimes are carefully monitored and reviewed, and we monitor operations daily, introducing enhancements as necessary. We would like to encourage all our bus customers to use the gel provided on our buses and of course, wash your hands regularly. 

Public transport provides a vital role in keeping the country running and ensuring critical sector workers in the health and emergency services can fulfil their roles. This is a fast-evolving situation, but for now the current Government advice is that people are able to continue to use public transport as they go about their lives, following regular guidance from Public Health England. 

Our team of dedicated bus drivers know how important their role is in providing our customers with a reliable & safe mode of transport and we thank you for your support and cooperation during this difficult time. 


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