The government have published advice on using public transport and also this useful infographic.
For further information please see Devon County Council’s guidance on how travel and public transport is being affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Changes to Tally Ho services 164 and 606 from 21st June
Starting Monday 21st June there are changes to Tally Ho services 164 and 606 – find out more.
Summer Bus Services from 30th May
Starting from Saturday 30th May, several summer only bus services will be re-commencing, as well as a new Sunday link in North Devon – find out more and view timetables.
Transport to Coronavirus Vaccination Sites
For information on public and community transport options to access the vaccination sites across Devon please visit this page.
School Transport from September – updated 1.4.2021
Many young people travel to and from school or college by public transport. With social distancing measures remaining in place on these public services, we have identified areas where additional capacity is required, and will be providing duplicate vehicles at peak times dedicated to school and college students. Should any capacity or other issues arise, please contact us.
Full details of these additional services can be found on the links below:
Short Distance School Journeys
Government advice is that journeys to school of up to two miles should be made by walking or cycling; because of this we are not adding additional capacity on short-distance services. Town and City services in Exeter, Exmouth, Newton Abbot, Teignmouth, Dartmouth, Tiverton, Barnstaple and Bideford used for journeys to school will be operating, but capacity will be limited due to social distancing.
You may need to consider how you or your child will make their journey and if space is not available consider walking, cycling or using an alternative bus journey.