Catch The Bus Week
2 months ago
Catch the Bus Week is a national event that takes place annually. This year it runs from 1st to 7th July. The event is all about encouraging people to ditch their car for the week and give public transport a go. Not only is it a greener way to travel, but it's probably a lot cheaper too!
After the success of last year, we’ve again tried to make it easier for you to use our services by producing a survival guide that gives you step-by-step information on how to use our services in Blackpool and the Fylde Coast. Honestly, it’s not as difficult or daunting as you think!
Here’s all you need to know about travelling around on our services.
Find out about bus routes and timetables
On this website you will find lists of all our routes, maps and timetables.
In addition to this we have a mobile app that acts as a journey planner. You simply add in a start and end point and the app will tell you the quickest way to get there.
We’ve got a full ticket range
From single fares to longer term tickets, whatever your travel needs are we’ve got the ticket that will suit you.
You can now buy a bus ticket before you even board a bus through our mobile app. Your mobile phone then becomes your bus ticket and you simply show that to the driver as you board.
Alternatively you can ask the driver when you board the bus and they’ll happily advise you on the best ticket available to suit your journey.
Where else can i get information about my journey?
Go to your nearest bus stop
The bus stop will tell you which services stop there and at what times. All buses display the service number and their destination on the front.
As your bus approaches the stop, signal for the bus to stop by raising your arm. Wait until the bus has stopped and the doors are fully opened before stepping on board.
Ask the driver
If you’ve purchased a ticket in advance via your mobile app simply activate that on your phone as the bus approaches and show it to the driver.
Alternatively the driver is there to help you with your ticket choice. We try and have enough change available but it’s always useful if you are able to avoid paying with large notes.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the journey!
When it’s time to get off
When the bus is approaching the stop you want to get off at, press the bell once. For your safety we recommend that you remain seated until the bus has arrived at the stop.
If you’re travelling for the first time, check the timetable to see where your bus will pick you up on the way back or simply ask the driver who will be happy to help.
It really is that easy. So go on, ditch the car and give our bus service a go.