Christmas Bus Services
Please download the Christmas timetables below.
Changes to Norreys Avenue 121 Bus service
From Sunday 24th November 2013 Thames Travel will no longer be operating the 151 bus service between Bracknell Bus Station – Norreys Avenue – Wokingham Broad Street – (Emmbrook School). First will take over the operation of the 151 bus service from Monday 25th November 2013.
Timetable and Route
There will be no change to the timetable or the routing of the service as a result of the change in operator.
In the case of the 151/151A service, First have agreed to accept any Thames Travel return tickets issued on the 121 service on common sections of route, e.g. the section of route between the Norreys Estate and Wokingham Town Centre. Similarly Thames Travel will accept tickets issued on the 151/151A service, on the 121 on the section of route between the Norreys Estate and Wokingham Town Centre.
It should be noted that the change in operator will also allow passengers to use 151/151A First tickets on the 190 service and 190 tickets on the 151/151A service on common sections of route. Passengers travelling between Wokingham and Bracknell on a Saturday should benefit from the increase of buses between these two locations.
For further information please contact:
For fares and timetables please visit the relevant bus operator's website, below or:
Arriva website - covers timetable information for Reading, Sonning, Twyford, Wargrave, Henley, Marlow, High Wycombe
Courtney Coaches website - covers timetable information for Wokingham, Winnersh, Earley, Reading
Reading Buses website - covers Fasttrack timetable information for Park and Ride Winnersh Triangle - Showcase Cinema - to Reading
First Buses website - covers timetable information for Earley, Winnersh, Wokingham, and Pinewood
Reading Buses website - covers timetable information for Earley, Woodley, Shinfield, Swallowfield
Thames Travel website - covers timetable information for Wokingham, Arborfield, Barkham, Charvil, Crowthorne, Finchampstead, Hurst, Ruscombe, Shinfield, Sonning, Twyford, Winnersh, Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading Rail Station
Requests for new bus stops
Requests for new stops should be emailed directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Damage to bus stop shelters
Use our bus shelter damage report form to report any damage. Damage to bus stops should be reported to the council or the bus company. Damage to timetable cases should be reported to the bus operator directly.
Improvements to bus services
The voluntary Quality Bus Partnership is an agreement between us and Reading Buses. The aim is to improve our bus services and reduce congestion.