Please be aware that due to the Autumn Internationals in Cardiff this service is subject to road closure diversions. For further information please see our Twitter or Facebook pages. All services may see disruption due to closures.
Due to the Swansea Half Marathon 2021 and the numerous road closures, the 14 and T6 will see major disruption on this date.
0905 - Swansea to Brecon - Service to start at Neath (Swansea to Neath Suspended)
1105 - Swansea to Brecon - Service to start from St Mary's Sq
0930 - Swansea to Pennard - Start at Belgrave Court (Uplands) - Swansea to Nazareth House suspended (to operate on diversion)
1010 - Pennard to Swansea - Nazareth House to Swansea Suspended (to operate on diversion)
1130 - Swansea to Pennard - To depart from Swansea Bus Station
The 14 will divert via;
Christina Street (not 0930), Uplands Cresent, Sketty Rd, Gower Road, A4118 (past airport), Vennaway Lane, Pennard Lane, Northway, then on to the normal route. The same for the inbound journey. The 0930 and 1130 Swansea to Pennard will operate on this diversion. The 10:10 from Pennard will operate the same route in reverse.
As a result of the closure buses on route 1 will not be able to serve the Darran Valley but will instead operate direct via the A469 between Pontlottyn (Square) and Bargoed (Factory Road). Buses will not stop on the diversionary route.
A free shuttle bus (route 1A) will operate between Groes-faen, Deri, Pen-twyn, Fochriw, Brynhyfryd and Pontlottyn to connect with most buses on route 1 at Pontlottyn Square. The full timetable is attached. It is important that drivers wait their time at Pontlottyn Square and be mindful of connections with the shuttle bus.
Due to the closure of Castle Street, Westgate Street, Wood Street, and St Mary's Street, this service will be subject to a diversion between the hours of 1200 and 1900 on Saturday 3rd July 2021. See news article for further info.
We will be operating Sunday service on both May bank holidays with the exception of the 130, 89 and 600 services.
Please be aware that from Sunday 28th March we will be operating new timetables on the 89a/89b and 303/304 services. This is due to increased service provision to the vaccine centre at Cardiff Bay. The 89A/89B will now operate on Sundays. Monday to Sunday 303/304 timetable has also changed.
There are a number of service changes taking place due to the constant change of demand and advice provided by the Government surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. Due to this, please keep up to date with our regular updates on Social Media and our News Pages. Where timetables are changing we will add these as PDF options under our Covid-19 page.