Transdev Blazefield

Here at Transdev Blazefield, we run local and interurban buses across Lancashire, Greater Manchester, North and West Yorkshire, including the 36, our flagship route linking Harrogate with Ripon and Leeds, and Coastliner, recently crowned 'Britain's most scenic bus route'.

Launching our flagship buses for the 36 outside the Majestic Hotel, HarrogateLaunching our flagship buses for the 36 outside the Majestic Hotel, Harrogate

We run a fleet of over 500 buses, with a team of over 1,270 people based at depots across the North of England. Each of our bases have strong local identities, deeply in tune with the customers we serve.

 

 

The Harrogate Bus Company runs buses in and around Harrogate and across North Yorkshire. We run the award-winning 36, linking Harrogate with Ripon and Leeds - now every 10 mins through the daytime. 

     
 

One of our largest bases, running buses across Keighley, Skipton, Bradford and the Worth Valley. Home to theSHUTTLE, linking Keighley with Bradford, Aireline, linking the town with Leeds, and Dalesway, connecting Keighley with Skipton and the Airedale Hospital.

     

 

Burnley depot is the home of the Witchway, our fast, frequent link with Manchester, flying down the M66 up to every 15 mins from Burnley. We also run Mainline, connecting Burnley with Padiham, Clitheroe, Accrington, Nelson, Colne and beyond, as well as buses around town.

     

 

Our Blackburn depot runs Red Express, the fast way into the big city running between Accrington, Ramsbottom and Manchester. We're also home to the 6&7, linking Blackburn with Accrington every 7 mins, and Hotline to Preston and Burnley. 

     

     

 

The home of Britain's Most Scenic Bus Route, Coastliner is based at our depot in Malton, North Yorkshire. We run amazing buses between Leeds, York, Malton and the east coast, to the seaside towns of Scarborough, Whitby, Filey and Bridlington.

     

   

 

Rosso joined the Transdev Blazefield family in January 2018. We run a network of local and interurban buses from bases across Rossendale, Greater Manchester, Blackburn, and Burnley, including the 464, linking Accrington with Rawtenstall, Bacup and Rochdale.

 


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