Common questions

Do buses run on Boxing Day 2020 Plymouth?

Do buses run on Boxing Day 2020 Plymouth?

Citybus drivers are clocking off early on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve so they can spend time with their families. There will also be no Citybus services running on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day. …

Are there buses on 26th December?

Today, Dublin Bus will continue to operate a Saturday service on all routes before launching into its Christmas schedule. The last departures on all routes on Christmas Eve will leave at around 9pm. There will be no buses running on Christmas Day.

Who owns Plymouth bus?

Go-Ahead Group
Plymouth Citybus/Parent organizations

Does Plymouth City bus run on New Year’s Day?

Local bus companies run special timetables over Christmas and the New Year and don’t usually run on Christmas Day, Boxing Day or New Year’s Day.

Are dogs allowed on Plymouth city buses?

Plymouth City Bus – assistance dogs are welcome aboard at all times. Other dogs (or a small animal) are welcome at the discretion of drivers and must be well behaved and of no danger or nuisance to other customers or employees. Dogs must travel in accordance with the Dangerous Dogs Act.

Is Plymouth Park and Ride running today?

The car park is open 24 hours a day Monday to Sunday.

Are buses running Stephens Day?

On St Stephen’s Day, services will start at 9am and run on a Sunday schedule. On the following day, Tuesday, December 27th, services will also run on a Sunday schedule. From Wednesday, December 28th to Saturday, December 31st services will run on a Saturday schedule.

Are buses running in Ireland?

Public transport services are currently running a full schedule of services. Onboard capacity (sitting and standing) is operating at 75% capacity. Operators have an enhanced daily cleaning regime on their fleet, including, the sanitising of frequently touched surfaces onboard.

Is there any transport on New Year’s Day?

New Year’s Day services will still run, on a reduced service. Tube lines will run a reduced service, with first and last trains running at their regular weekday times. The Overground will be running a Sunday service.

Do buses take cash Plymouth?

Plymouth City Bus has just rolled out contactless payment on all its buses. From now, you can use contactless credit/debit cards or other contactless payment methods instead of cash – you still ask the driver for your ticket and it will be issued in the normal way, just place your card or device on the blue reader.

Are dogs still allowed on buses?

Unlike trains, there is no national legislation requiring buses to accept dogs, and although dogs are allowed on board lots of bus services, some restrictions and charges apply. We have summarised the conditions of carriage of national and local bus companies below to give guidance on their pet policies.

How much is the Park and Ride in Plymouth?

Fares on Plymouth Citybus services 42/42C from Mutley Plain to George park and ride

Ticket Adult Child
Single £2.90 £2.20
Return £4.40 £3.20
Day Rider £4.70 £3.50

What are the main events in downtown Plymouth?

Downtown Plymouth Events & Entertainment Downtown Plymouth hosts over 130 special events annually including the Plymouth Ice Festival, Art in the Park, Concerts in Kellogg Park all summer long, Fall Festival and Santa’s Arrival. Even when there’s not a major event, there’s always something going on in downtown Plymouth.

Where is the TSB Festival of lights in New Plymouth?

Located at Pukekura Park in the heart of New Plymouth, the TSB Festival of Lights is a seven-week, free event made up of beautiful light features and epic events including music and daytime activities for kids and seniors. NPDC loves bringing this ultimate summer festival to New Plymouth every year. During the Festival, lights are on from 8.30pm.

When did the festival of lights start in New Plymouth?

In 1955 Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visited New Plymouth and lights were added to the new fountain for them to enjoy. It was the 1970s when music and entertainment became a feature of the annual lights event, and it was 1993 when we were officially named the ‘Festival of Lights’.

What to do in Plymouth, South West England?

Plymouth is a lively place with events, gigs, theatre shows and exhibitions happening every week throughout the city. Come for the South West’s largest food festival, watch unforgettable fireworks or listen to incredible live music. No matter what time of year you visit, we can guarentee you’ll find an event to suit every taste and age group.