Welcome to First Bus Bradford. With 17 bus routes travelling all around this exciting city, we can help you on your journey from A to B. Whether you want to explore the city’s National Media Museum, or take the X6 bus to the buzzing city centre of Leeds, you can find more with easier local travel.
Wherever you’re going, we’ll try to get you there as quickly and efficiently as possible. If you need to get to hospital, our frequent bus services take you to Bradford Royal Infirmary and St Lukes Hospital. Bus travel is the best way for students to get around in Bradford, with the 576 bus running from the city centre past the university and Bradford College every 10 minutes. Now there’s no excuse for missing those Monday morning lectures! See you soon.
From online tickets to timetables and route maps, we have a vast amount of resources to help you get around as easily as possible. First Bus operate 17 routes, running regularly throughout Bradford and the surrounding area, meaning there is always a bus ready to take you where you need to go. Above, you can find information regarding our Bradford buses including timetables, route maps, prices and even use our journey planner to ensure a smooth ride.
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We have every kind of ticket to suit your journey
Welcome to our Journey Planner where we can help you plan your journey from A to B!
Hello and welcome to First in West Yorkshire.
Find Bradford bus routes, in order to plan your journey more effectively and in advance.
All information below is accurate as of 27th November 2020 Our services will continue to operate as normal according to our timetables below, to ensure you can continue to make essential journeys.
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