CV-19: Emergency Bus Timetables

Like elsewhere in the country, public transport services have been affected at Thorpe Park due to CV-19. Many services have, however, started to return to more normal patterns of operation.

Government guidance states that if you do plan on travelling by public transport, you should travel at quieter times, using quieter stations and stops, or opting to walk the first or last mile of your journey, if you can. You must also wear face coverings on public transport and in substantially enclosed area of transport hubs in England. Please see our guide to using public transport through CV19, or refer to operator websites for further information.

We understand that a lot of employees across the site will be working from home but there are some people that are still required to travel to work and some of those people will need to use public transport.

Here’s a summary of current service operations:

First Bus

The X26/X27 services return to site from 28th June. From Sunday 28th June, X26 & X27 services will re-commence, once again providing bus service connections every 20-minutes between Thorpe Park, Cross Gates and Leeds City Centre. To view the current timetables please visit the First Bus website, and make sure to check if you plan on using the bus outside of a normal working day, with many services still limited.

Please note that buses will only stop at Leeds bus station within the city centre due to current road works.

The 19/19A service, with stops on Selby Road, has also resumed a near normal operation, providing bus service connections every 15-minutes between Garforth, Colton, York Road, Leeds and Tinshill. View the timetables by clicking here.

Arriva Yorkshire

The 402/403 service is now running every two hours between Selby and Leeds, Monday to Saturday.

From 31 August 2020 the 402/403 service will be renumbered 164, with a new timetable. Buses will generally continue to run every two hours Monday to Saturday daytime, with additional peak time journeys between Sherburn-in-Elmet and Leeds. Find out more here.

The 163/166 services, stopping at Selby Road, are also operating on a near normal timetable, providing connections every 15-minutes Monday to Saturday and every half an hour on a Sunday. The 163/166 provide connections between destinations including Castleford, Kippax, Garforth, Colton and Leeds. View the current timetable here.


The 9 service is now operating again, with a service approximately hourly Monday to Saturday daytime. View the timetable here.
The 21/22 service, with stops on Selby Road and occasional stops along Century Way, is running on a reduced timetable which can be viewed here.

The information above is subject to change, we strongly encourage you to check timetables before before travelling and only travel when you have to.
Further information on services and Coronavirus measures can be seen on each of the operators websites or on the West Yorkshire Metro Website.