Check out the latest information and advice on coronavirus (COVID-19).
The coronavirus pandemic is an almost unprecedented situation in the UK and is having an enormous impact on every aspect of our lives, including public transport.
We will provide any up to date information we have regarding public transport below.
Derby Bus Station reopened under a phased approach from Monday 8th June 2020.
A number of restrictions are in place to ensure the safety of all users, and passengers are asked to ensure social distancing is maintained at all times.
The bus station will be open daily, Monday to Saturday, from 6.00am and will close immediately after the final service as departed at 8.00pm, and on Sunday's it will be open from 8.00am until 8.00pm.
A one-way pedestrian flow will be in operation, so passengers will only be able to enter the bus station from the Morledge entrance, and exit using the doors near the River Gardens.
The bus station will be used as a pick-up point only, and services coming back into the city will drop off passengers at on-street bus stops. Passengers are reminded to ensure social distancing at all times, when leaving the bus onto the street.
The toilets, information office and shop will remain closed initially, however staff will be available on the concourse to deal with any enquiries people may have.
There are six mobile hand sanitisation stations located across the concourse, to allow passengers to maintain good hand hygiene before travelling.
For up to date timetable information, please visit each operators website:
National Express coaches were suspended from Sunday 5th April 2020 until further notice.
A number of bus stops have been moved in the city centre to assist with social distancing, and allow more space on the pavements to support people to stay safe.
The bus stop on London Road has been relocated to outside Wilkos, and from Monday 29th June, the bus stop on Babington Lane outside the post office will be moved to the existing bus stop (A7) on Osmaston Road.
All enclosed waiting rooms on stations are now closed until further notice. This follows guidance from Public Health England and industry agreement to help enforce social distancing. Toilets, including disabled toilets, will remain available for use at stations that are staffed.
The opening times at ticket office at Derby Railway Station have been revised, and will now be open as detailed below: