Welcome to the Journal’s guide to bus services in Bradley Stoke, with links to timetables, route maps and journey planners.
Bus services in Bradley Stoke
|10||Thornbury – Aztec West1 – Bradley Stoke – Bristol Parkway Station – UWE – Southmead Hospital – Avonmouth|
|11||Avonmouth – Shirehampton – Southmead Hospital – UWE – Bristol Parkway Station [- Bradley Stoke – Aztec West]2|
|73||Cribbs Causeway – Bradley Stoke – Bristol Parkway Station – Bristol city centre (via A38)|
|963||Patchway – Bradley Stoke – The Ridings (school service; also open to general public)|
|M1 MetroBus||Cribbs Causeway – Bradley Stoke – Harry Stoke – UWE – Bristol city centre (via M32)|
|T1||Thornbury – Bradley Stoke – Harry Stoke – Bristol city centre (via M32)|
Last update: 29th August 2021
- A few Mon-Fri peak hours journeys make a complete circuit of the business park loop road
- Only some journeys extend to Aztec West (hourly service Mon-Sat daytime)
Bus timetables, route maps
- Traveline South West – Timetables (for ALL operators)
- Travelwest – Routes and Timetables (for ALL operators)
- First Group (Bristol) – Timetables
- First Group (Bristol) – Maps/Routes
- Stagecoach – Timetables
- MetroBus Bristol
- Traveline South West Journey Planner (web; Apple app; Android app)
- Travelwest Journey Planner (for ALL operators)
- Plan a quiet journey with Space Checker (First Bus)
Missed the bus? Check out our guide to Taxis in Bradley Stoke.
Real-time bus information for Bradley Stoke
Mobile friendly website
NextBuses provides live bus departure times from your bus stop by tracking buses specially fitted with GPS equipment. You can also check when your bus is due to depart before you leave work or home.
Now operational for the 73, X73 and X74 services.
- Travel West Bus Checker (Apple devices, Android devices; Windows devices)
- First Bus (Apple devices; Android devices)
Inter-city bus services
Inter-city coach services between Cardiff and London have become more accessible for Bradley Stoke residents with the introduction of a stop at the Frenchay campus of the University of the West of England (UWE).
Megabus.com, owned by the Stagecoach Group, offers nine journeys per day to London and eight to Cardiff from the new stop, which is located at the bus terminal within the campus.
New (from Monday 11th March 2013): Greyhound UK service between South Wales and Bristol Airport, calling at UWE.
- Traveline South West – Website for impartial information on planning your journey, by bus, coach or train … or any combination of the three!
- 2Carshare.com– car sharing scheme organised by our local councils
- Save the environment by reducing the number of cars on the road
- Save time by using the 2+ lanes
- Save up to £1000 a year by sharing costs
- youthunltd – bus pass giving discounted travel for young people aged 14-18. Valid for use on journeys starting and ending in South Gloucestershire.
- Diamond Travelcard scheme – If you’re 60 or over, or eligible disabled and live in England, you can apply for a bus pass providing free off-peak travel on local buses anywhere in England.
- Four Towns & Vale Link Community Transport – Providing safe, cost effective, accessible transport to residents and groups to complement the existing transport system.
- Getting About Greater Bristol (Accessible Transport) – Travel information for disabled people.
- How to complain about bus services (Citizens Advice)
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- Bus service changes from Sunday 29th August
- E-scooter trial issues thrashed out in four-way stakeholder meeting
- Roll-out of e-scooter trial in the Stokes sparks confusion and controversy
- Bus timetable changes on M1 & 73 from Sunday
- Raised table proposed for Brook Way zebra crossing
- ‘Hop-on, hop-off’ e-scooter hire scheme arrives in the Stokes
- Bus service frequencies to be reduced from Sunday
- Trench Lane road closure extended by another month
- Rabbit Roundabout improvements: Completion date slips into October
- Legal e-scooter trial expected to start soon