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About travel and transport

Plan your travel within North Somerset and further afield.  Some organisations can help with: community transport; accessible transport and transport for medical appointments.

North Somerset has an extensive network of local bus services covering most communities. Most buses are accessible with low floors, wheelchair spaces and other features designed to make travel easier. Major stops in town centres, along main corridors and an increasing number of other stops have raised areas to provide level boarding.

Digital real time information displays at a growing number of bus stops give up to the minute information regarding the next buses arriving at the stop.  For helpful real time bus information for every bus stop in the West of England please visit the travelwest website .

The majority of bus stops also have timetable information displays, which include SMS details, for passengers to text and receive information regarding the next three buses due at that stop.

Rail services also provide regular trains from Weston, Worle, Yatton and Nailsea to Bristol and Taunton - with some longer distance services continuing to London, the Midlands or the South West of England too. There are also a range of long-distance coach services operating in the area, picking up in the larger towns.

You can find all of the timetables for every bus stop and bus service in the south west and help to plan your whole journey from door-to-door on Traveline Southwest website.

The Traveline website also indicates if services are operated by accessible vehicles. If you have a smartphone then you can use the Traveline journey planner app which is available for Android and iPhone. The travelwest bus checker app is also very useful for providing scheduled times, real time information and bus routes for all stops and services in the West of England.

For more information on North Somerset's bus network, travel updates, local events, timetable and route changes, promotions, offers and other public transport news please visit the North Somerset Public Transport Facebook page



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