Is your bus service facing disruption or delays? Find out by checking the latest list of expected disruptions to Nottingham City Transport services below…
Front Street, Arnold
four-way temporary traffic signals will be in use at the junction of Front Street, Cross Street and Coppice Road in Arnold on Sunday 22nd October between 08:00-16:00
This may delay Lime 56, 58, Turquoise 79 and Purple 87
Temporary 2-way lights will be in use on Beckhampton Road, near to Chediston Vale.
The lights will be in place between Monday 23rd and Wednesday 25th October 2017 and will cause delays to Turquoise 79/79A and Purple 89.
Queens Bower Road
To facilitate gas works, two-way temporary traffic signals are in place on Queens Bower Road, at its junction with Mildenhall Crescent.
The lights are in place 24hours a day until Friday 20th October and will cause delays to Purple 88 and Turquoise 79/79A.
Although not directly on the route, Purple 87 will also be delayed as some journeys inter-work with the 88
Main Street in Woodborough is being resurfaced during week commencing 23 October 2017, which will affect Sky Blue 46 and 47.
The works are primarily taking place during the weekday daytime, so journeys which depart Nottingham between 08:10 and 16:15 inclusive will be affected by the closure.
As there is no suitable diversion route for the buses to take, the link between Woodborough and Lambley will be broken during the times Main Street is closed, with buses operating from Nottingham to Woodborough via Banks Hill (and return) and from Nottingham to Lambley via Spring Lane (and return) only.
In Woodborough, the only stop we will be able to use during the road closure will be at Woodborough Hall. In Lambley, stops along Spring Lane and Main Street will be served, but not the stops along Church Street or Green Lane.
There will be a temporary change to the daytime timetable during the times Main Street is closed, with an hourly service to Woodborough and Lambley. View the Temporary Timetable here.
The timetable between Mapperley Plains and the City Centre will not change.