Service status information is derived from an algorithm comparing timetable information with the arrival of buses en route at timing points. In order to zoom this site to make text more easily readable, please use the zoom features of your browser. Back to services list. [2], Construction started in January 1879, with the entire line open by May. For users with computers running Microsoft operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing Ctrl and + at the same time. The extended main line, from the Three Tuns to the Bear, still exists today as bus route 17, the town's busiest and most frequent route, and the first to be designated a premier route. Reading Buses Phone 0118 959 4000 To report any problem you will be taken to the Reading Borough Council corporate contacts system. In May 2008, Goldline won the contract to operate route 142 from Checkendon, Woodcote and Purley to Reading; the route was previously operated by Thames Travel. 90. Reading Officers are managing traffic while dealing with the incident. 3 - leopard - Reading - Wokingham via Royal Berkshire Hospital, Shinfield, Arborfield, California, Barkham, Wokingham Hospital. Reading stop much better than in the city. 26 yellow Reading Station - Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf 27 Lower Caversham (Amersham Road) - Central Reading via Caversham Centre, Caversham Bridge 29 Central Reading - Lower Caversham via Reading Bridge The trolleybuses continued to operate two-way, as it was considered uneconomic to erect wiring on the new inbound route, London Road. Reading Station to Calcot, timetables from service operator: At the same time the trolleybuses were criticised in the local press because they cost more to operate than motor buses and were inflexible, even though the trolleybuses were profitable (Reading's motor buses made a loss), faster and less polluting. The Transport Act 1980 deregulated long distance bus services. "Companies House extract company no 2004963", "Reading Corporation Tramways / Transport", "Reading Corporation Transport – Trolleybuses", Reading Buses agree terms to purchase Courtney Buses, https://cbwmagazine.com/thames-valley-brand-combines-with-courtney-buses/, https://www.reading-buses.co.uk/thames-valley-buses-and-courtney-buses-merge, http://londonbusesonthego.blogspot.com/2017/12/introducing-reading-buses.html, "Reading Buses to step in and save key Slough bus routes", "CONFIRMED: Two bus companies step up to save axed services in Slough and Windsor", http://www.route-one.net/articles/Bus_routes/Thames_Valley_brand_resurrected, "Bus fare hike looms as fuel prices rocket", "Reading Transport places UK's largest ever order for ethanol-powered buses", "Red light for 'green' bio-ethanol buses", "Hybrid buses to hit the streets / Reading Chronicle / News / Reading", "Hybrid buses for route 17 – Business – getreading – Reading Post", https://images.reading-buses.co.uk/downloads/May%202018.pdf, "Reading Buses Name Bus After Richard Wilding OBE - ALBUM", Page on Reading Transport from Bus Zone enthusiast site, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Reading_Buses&oldid=1000310778, Companies owned by municipalities of England, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Leopard 3/8/9 to Wokingham and Spencers Wood, This page was last edited on 14 January 2021, at 16:07. However, when the route was next tendered, in May 2012, the contract reverted to Thames Travel. As of December 2018, the fleet consists of 192 buses. [27][28][29], In October 2009, it was discovered that instead of the bio-ethanol fuel having been sourced from sugar beet grown in the English county of Norfolk (as had been advertised), it was actually made from wood pulp imported from Sweden. The Link is now operated by Stagecoach in Hampshire on a revised timetable to reflect the Stagecoach depot being in Basingstoke. [3], In 1919, Reading Corporation started operating its first motor buses. One member of this fleet, No 420, holds the land speed record for a regular service bus, having achieved 80.82 mph under test conditions in May 2015. Live bus information for individual routes is derived from tracking devices and the standard journey times between the current position of the bus and the bus stop. We apologise for any inconvenience. To encourage customers to use public transport during the period, when a customer spends £150 or more on products in IKEA Reading, they will receive free delivery. In 2015, Loddon Bridge Park & Ride route 500 ceased and the site was closed, having been superseded by Winnersh Triangle Park & Ride, following the completion of the new site by Reading and Wokingham Borough Councils. Other services. A lovely extravaganza of Reading buses, filmed during the late morning of Friday 26 April 2019. This works with all major browsers. Buses travelling between Heathrow and Reading leave from Heathrow Airport (LHR) Terminals 1-3 or Heathrow Airport (LHR) T5 and arrive at Mereoak P&R, Bath Road, … These routes were previously run by Newbury & District, the bus service trading name for Weavaway Travel, who in turn took them over from Reading Buses' now-defunct Newbury Buses brand. Favourites; Toggle navigation Menu Close Reading Buses Live times Service updates Fares & tickets Plan my journey Routes & times News Students Schools About us Show Search Bar; Search Query. Reading Station EK 4.32 4.44 4.56 6.26 6.34 7.34 7.41 7.52 8.22 8.47 9.17 9.44 then every 12 mins at then every 10 mins until until then every 10 mins until these buses finish at Station Road stop SD, not Reading Station school days only for buses for Theale Green and Little Heath School see below The service was numbered X1 and was run jointly with Southend Transport. Most longer distance and interurban services now have animal related branding, with the lion to Bracknell, the leopard to Wokingham, and the tiger to Fleet. A bus service operated by Reading Buses Map Reading Buses also operate the services to three Park and Ride sites, to the South and East of the town. Apologies for the cancellation. The cars operated from a depot on the south side of the Oxford Road, immediately to the east of Reading West railway station. Two routes were branded using the same Vitality Route brand that was used by Reading Buses, and provide weekday daytime frequencies of two buses per hour. Following a contract win from West Berkshire Council, Reading Buses introduced the Kennections brand in Newbury in September 2016. Reading Corporation decided to abandon the trolleybus system, and the routes were phased out between January 1967 and November 1968.[4]. Find out more about cookies. Operation of the Green Line services transferred to Reading Buses in December 2017. [9] The companies have worked together in the past, most noticeably on the Jet Black 1 service which operates between Reading and Newbury. Five of the urban routes now operate 24 hours a day, reflecting the level of demand for local buses around the clock: Out of town routes operate at lower frequency, with between one and four buses an hour. [9], In December 2017, it was announced that Reading Buses was to take on three services withdrawn by First Berkshire & The Thames Valley in the Slough area. Bus operators. Reading Buses ex Nottingham City Transport. These colours are used on the buses used on that route, and also on maps and other publicity. These were rebranded as Vitality Routes, using specially branded green and silver or red and silver buses. ... Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:51 am Thursday, November 26, 2020 12:04 pm. Plan your journey and get your tickets on the go with the Reading Buses app. Reading Buses Yellow route 26 Reading Station - Bath Road - Southcote - Ford's Farm - Beansheaf - Calcot, Sainsburys - Calcot, IKEA Route 26 - The line 26 bus from Reading Town Centre, St Marys Butts to Beansheaf Estate, Beansheaf Stores takes 23 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes. 15:12 route 26 from Reading to Calcot + 15:52 from Calcot to Reading not operating due to a breakdown. [23], Reading Buses has a history of experimenting with biofuels, including biodiesel and alcohol fuel. Another longer distance route, to Basingstoke, was jointly operated with Stagecoach in Hampshire and branded as The Link. Reading buses operates the National Express Woking 925 service under contract. Buses (701-705) used on the Royal Blue 33 route, are the first CNG-fuelled double-deckers these feature Enviro 400 MMC bodywork. [38] In 2018 a further 17 (706-722) CNG-fuelled double deckers arrived for Purple 17, unlike the previous order for CNG Buses these are fitted with Enviro 400 CITY bodywork. simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone extends to Abbey RFC simply Re a di n g f a r e z o n e s im p ly R e a d in g f ar e z o n e e zone Little Heath School Denefield School Theale Green School Blessed Hugh Faringdon School Reading College UTC Highdown ... 26 26 33 17 33 17 15 15 15a 16 16 22 X40 142 146 800 X38 127 TVP Shuttle 850 13 19c 19c 19a 19a 19a 19c … Depot: Reading. Bus deregulation also meant that the local council no longer had any power to regulate the routes and fares of Reading Transport, nor could they prevent other operators from starting competitive services within the borough. It carries a special cow print livery reflecting the fact that the compressed natural gas is, at source, methane derived from cow faeces. [5] In 1982 the X1 was shortened to run from Reading to Aldgate in East London, under the Goldline brand, and joint operation ceased. Please use the Calcot, Sainsbury’s (jet black 1, sky blue 15, yellow 26 and Service 90) bus stop or the bus stop across the road (Service 87) instead. In May 2013, 20 buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) were introduced. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. 90. Until August 2011, Reading Transport operated public service buses in the town of Newbury and the surrounding rural area under the "Newbury Buses" brand. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited, and is owned by Reading Borough Council. 902. 414 - YR13 PMV. Reading Station to Calcot: Calcot to Reading Station: Blagrave Street: Swanholm Gardens: Calcot Sainsbury's: Frilsham Road: Minster Street: Kennet Valley School: Mayfield Avenue: Coronation Square: Castle Street: Churchward Walk: Torcross Grove: Circuit Lane: Russell Street: Albury Gardens: Beansheaf Stores Reading Transport took advantage of this new freedom to start a service from Reading through London to Southend. This is due to loop cutting work by Reading Borough Council contractors. In 1949 the Whitley Street line was extended to Whitley Wood and Northumberland Avenue, and a short branch was built to Reading General station. [17] A fourth route was later added. Although the brands will remain separate for now this may change in the future. However, a retendering of contracts by Slough Borough Council saw the two tendered routes won back by First. [31][32][33] the other 17 have different positions within the company, first was fire victim (203) after the fire the bus was scrapped, then (205) had a drivetrain replacement with a magtec hybrid system leaving the rest which was now redundant Purple 17s, they have since had a full refurbishment and have also been converted to diesel coupled with a ZF gearbox and now serve routes Sky Blue 15/16 & Berry 23/24. Depot: Reading. This is due to Utility company work. [20], In March 2019, Reading Buses purchased Courtney Buses as part of their expansion across Berkshire. Add to … Eventually it was decided that the tramways should be abandoned and replaced by trolleybuses, operating over extended routes. By the 1890s the whole fleet had been replaced by double-decked cars operating at a 10-minute frequency. Each premier route, or group of routes, would be allocated a distinctive colour, to be used on the buses on that route, and also on maps and other publicity.[14]. [3], The first trolleybus wiring erected was a training loop on Erleigh Road, which opened in early 1936. Affected routes: 26 . [18] The Thames Valley Buses name, historically associated with Thames Valley Traction, was used for the new services. Reading Transport continued to operate the Routemasters under the Reading Mainline brand until they were finally withdrawn in July 2000. This was mainly for the benefit of visitors who are more likely to use routes such as park-and-ride. These operate out as far as Newbury, Wokingham, Bracknell and Fleet and have animal-related branding:[16]. Back to services list. 26; 26; Reading Station to Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf. Public service commenced on 18 July 1936,[4] on a route replacing the tram route from Caversham Road to Whitley Street. Search. Reading Buses faced competition on Reading urban routes from 1994, when Reading Mainline, an independent company, started operations with AEC Routemasters acquired from London Regional Transport. 926. Reading Transport operates public service buses under the Reading Buses brand throughout the town of Reading, and along a number of corridors out to other local towns. Jet Black 1 was subcontracted to Weavaway Travel in 2011, using several Alexander Dennis Enviro400s, which are owned by Weavaway but are in a route-branded version of Reading Buses livery and are on the Reading fleet system. Since then the premier route concept has been rolled out on most of Reading's urban routes. No further trams were acquired, and a planned extension from the Caversham Road terminus across Caversham Bridge to Caversham itself was abandoned because of the outbreak of World War I. The UK's first contra-flow bus lane was instigated along Kings Road, when that road was made one-way in the early 1960s. [2], The new electric trams started operating in July 1903. Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 10:46 am Thursday, … The North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation, abbreviated as, NEKRTC, is a state run bus service of Karnataka, India. [21], In February 2009, the private hire services run by Goldline ceased, and the coaches were all sold.[22]. The company was authorised to construct and operate a horse tram route on an east–west alignment from Oxford Road through Broad Street in the town centre to Cemetery Junction. The lime brand is still retained on the service to Mortimer. This route formed the core of what became known as the main line of the tram and trolleybus network. You can reduce the zoom by pressing cmd (apple) and -. [12][13], Since 2004, Reading Buses and Reading Borough Council have made a significant investment in upgrading the quality of Reading's main urban bus routes. Goldline Travel had a two-tone green colour scheme, although most services were operated by vehicles in colour schemes specified by the contracting organisation. All the ethanol-powered buses have since been converted to run on the same bio-diesel mix as the rest of the fleet.[30]. Recap from Reading Oxford Road as police launch murder investigation. [35][36] [3], The electric tram services were originally operated by 30 four-wheeled double decked cars supplied by Dick, Kerr & Co. It is an Alexander Dennis Enviro400H diesel-electric hybrid, registration mark SN60 EDK, fleet number 206, named Bob Gray. [14] Goldline Travel was also responsible for the operation of Fastrack and Daytrack park and ride services and Nighttrack night bus services, all of which are operated under contract to Reading Borough Council. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited,[1] and is owned by Reading Borough Council. Reading Buses is a bus operator serving the towns of Reading, Bracknell, Newbury, Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Fleet, Didcot, Henley-on-Thames and the surrounding areas in the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Hampshire, England, as well as parts of Greater London. The origins of Reading Transport can be traced back to the 19th century, when the privately owned Reading Tramways Company (part of the Imperial Tramways Company) was formed. Unlike services run by Reading Buses, Goldline gave change on their routes. In May 1939, the remaining tram routes from Oxford Road to Wokingham Road and London Road were converted to trolleybus operation, with a short extension from Wokingham Road to the Three Tuns, and a much longer extension from the Oxford Road through the centre of Tilehurst to the Bear Inn. The extensions were completed by December 1902, and the last horse cars ran in July of the following year. Where live data is not available Timetable information is displayed (shown at TT). Search. A ride on a Reaing Bus Route 26 heading towards Calcot, filmed during the afternoon of Tuesday 8 January 2019. 87. English: A Reading Transport bus on route 26 in Reading. 87. Keeping you safe in 2021 we do all the hard work so you know you can still make your essential journeys with us . Bus Stops for Route Route 26. click on bus stop below for live info. Our buses will be running to their normal Monday to ... Friday timetables today (Christmas Eve), but with an early finish around 7/8pm. 26. You can reduce the zoom by pressing Ctrl and -. In autumn of that year, Reading Buses introduced its first branded Premier Route in the form of the number 17, running between the Three Tuns on Wokingham Road and the Bear Inn at Tilehurst via the town centre and Oxford Road, and the linear descendant of the old main line. no buses Thu 26 Dec | Boxing Day: special service : between 9am-6pm see : below: Fri 27 | Sat 28 Saturday service Sun 29 Dec : Sunday service Mon 30 Dec | Tue 31 Dec : New Year’s Eve: ... normal service: on Christmas Eve IKEA is closed: so: yellow 26: Sainsbury’s: route last bus from Reading last bus into Reading: 8.20pm with additional buses at 9.20, 10.20 & 11.20pm buses do not run to or from IKEA … Add to ... 15th - 19th Jan. In March 2019, Courtney Buses was purchased with 57 buses. Coordination of resources involves the use of various industry-specific solutions, and every single mile of operations needs to be recorded and reported to the Traffic Commissioner for auditing. For users with computers running Apple operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing cmd (apple) and + at the same time. Additional Enviro400s owned by Weavaway in an all-over black livery are also able to be used on the route. Scania K270UB ADL Enviro300SG. www.reading-buses.co.uk; @reading_buses on Twitter Edit; History; Flickr However, First won the tenders for the evening service 4 and Sunday service 6 back. Map Tracking 3 buses. At the time the order was placed, this was the largest order for ethanol-fuelled buses in the UK. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. Reading Buses had 31 hybrid (diesel-battery-electric) buses, but now only has 14 serving routes Lion 4/X4 and Yellow 26 routes. [6] In 1992 Reading Transport acquired the Reading and Newbury operations of BeeLine, one of the privatised successors to the state-owned Alder Valley. Extensions were constructed to the Wokingham Road and London Road (both from Cemetery Junction), and new routes added to Whitley, Caversham Road, Erleigh Road and Bath Road. 05. The last tram ran on the Caversham Road to Whitley route in July 1936, and the last car on the main line ran in May 1939. All routes have a colour scheme, a concept first introduced in 2004 with the introduction of 'Premier Routes', where each route or group of routes allocated a distinctive colour. Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400. [10][11], In November 2019, the Thames Valley and Courtney Buses brands began to be combined, which will be a gradual process in the next couple of years, with Slough and Windsor being the first areas to change over to Thames Valley, adding two more routes. Aluminum Stair Treads And Risers, Hulled Millet In Telugu, Black Hashtags 2020, Calamari Fritti Description, How To Do A Californian Accent, Can You Turn Serana Back Into A Vampire, Christmas Song Sleigh Ride, Esv Catholic Edition - Leather, Calculus Test With Answers, Na Hanyate Meaning In Bengali, Related" /> Service status information is derived from an algorithm comparing timetable information with the arrival of buses en route at timing points. In order to zoom this site to make text more easily readable, please use the zoom features of your browser. Back to services list. [2], Construction started in January 1879, with the entire line open by May. For users with computers running Microsoft operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing Ctrl and + at the same time. The extended main line, from the Three Tuns to the Bear, still exists today as bus route 17, the town's busiest and most frequent route, and the first to be designated a premier route. Reading Buses Phone 0118 959 4000 To report any problem you will be taken to the Reading Borough Council corporate contacts system. In May 2008, Goldline won the contract to operate route 142 from Checkendon, Woodcote and Purley to Reading; the route was previously operated by Thames Travel. 90. Reading Officers are managing traffic while dealing with the incident. 3 - leopard - Reading - Wokingham via Royal Berkshire Hospital, Shinfield, Arborfield, California, Barkham, Wokingham Hospital. Reading stop much better than in the city. 26 yellow Reading Station - Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf 27 Lower Caversham (Amersham Road) - Central Reading via Caversham Centre, Caversham Bridge 29 Central Reading - Lower Caversham via Reading Bridge The trolleybuses continued to operate two-way, as it was considered uneconomic to erect wiring on the new inbound route, London Road. Reading Station to Calcot, timetables from service operator: At the same time the trolleybuses were criticised in the local press because they cost more to operate than motor buses and were inflexible, even though the trolleybuses were profitable (Reading's motor buses made a loss), faster and less polluting. The Transport Act 1980 deregulated long distance bus services. 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However, when the route was next tendered, in May 2012, the contract reverted to Thames Travel. As of December 2018, the fleet consists of 192 buses. [27][28][29], In October 2009, it was discovered that instead of the bio-ethanol fuel having been sourced from sugar beet grown in the English county of Norfolk (as had been advertised), it was actually made from wood pulp imported from Sweden. The Link is now operated by Stagecoach in Hampshire on a revised timetable to reflect the Stagecoach depot being in Basingstoke. [3], In 1919, Reading Corporation started operating its first motor buses. One member of this fleet, No 420, holds the land speed record for a regular service bus, having achieved 80.82 mph under test conditions in May 2015. Live bus information for individual routes is derived from tracking devices and the standard journey times between the current position of the bus and the bus stop. We apologise for any inconvenience. To encourage customers to use public transport during the period, when a customer spends £150 or more on products in IKEA Reading, they will receive free delivery. In 2015, Loddon Bridge Park & Ride route 500 ceased and the site was closed, having been superseded by Winnersh Triangle Park & Ride, following the completion of the new site by Reading and Wokingham Borough Councils. Other services. A lovely extravaganza of Reading buses, filmed during the late morning of Friday 26 April 2019. This works with all major browsers. Buses travelling between Heathrow and Reading leave from Heathrow Airport (LHR) Terminals 1-3 or Heathrow Airport (LHR) T5 and arrive at Mereoak P&R, Bath Road, … These routes were previously run by Newbury & District, the bus service trading name for Weavaway Travel, who in turn took them over from Reading Buses' now-defunct Newbury Buses brand. Favourites; Toggle navigation Menu Close Reading Buses Live times Service updates Fares & tickets Plan my journey Routes & times News Students Schools About us Show Search Bar; Search Query. Reading Station EK 4.32 4.44 4.56 6.26 6.34 7.34 7.41 7.52 8.22 8.47 9.17 9.44 then every 12 mins at then every 10 mins until until then every 10 mins until these buses finish at Station Road stop SD, not Reading Station school days only for buses for Theale Green and Little Heath School see below The service was numbered X1 and was run jointly with Southend Transport. Most longer distance and interurban services now have animal related branding, with the lion to Bracknell, the leopard to Wokingham, and the tiger to Fleet. A bus service operated by Reading Buses Map Reading Buses also operate the services to three Park and Ride sites, to the South and East of the town. Apologies for the cancellation. The cars operated from a depot on the south side of the Oxford Road, immediately to the east of Reading West railway station. Two routes were branded using the same Vitality Route brand that was used by Reading Buses, and provide weekday daytime frequencies of two buses per hour. Following a contract win from West Berkshire Council, Reading Buses introduced the Kennections brand in Newbury in September 2016. Reading Corporation decided to abandon the trolleybus system, and the routes were phased out between January 1967 and November 1968.[4]. Find out more about cookies. Operation of the Green Line services transferred to Reading Buses in December 2017. [9] The companies have worked together in the past, most noticeably on the Jet Black 1 service which operates between Reading and Newbury. Five of the urban routes now operate 24 hours a day, reflecting the level of demand for local buses around the clock: Out of town routes operate at lower frequency, with between one and four buses an hour. [9], In December 2017, it was announced that Reading Buses was to take on three services withdrawn by First Berkshire & The Thames Valley in the Slough area. Bus operators. Reading Buses ex Nottingham City Transport. These colours are used on the buses used on that route, and also on maps and other publicity. These were rebranded as Vitality Routes, using specially branded green and silver or red and silver buses. ... Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:51 am Thursday, November 26, 2020 12:04 pm. Plan your journey and get your tickets on the go with the Reading Buses app. Reading Buses Yellow route 26 Reading Station - Bath Road - Southcote - Ford's Farm - Beansheaf - Calcot, Sainsburys - Calcot, IKEA Route 26 - The line 26 bus from Reading Town Centre, St Marys Butts to Beansheaf Estate, Beansheaf Stores takes 23 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes. 15:12 route 26 from Reading to Calcot + 15:52 from Calcot to Reading not operating due to a breakdown. [23], Reading Buses has a history of experimenting with biofuels, including biodiesel and alcohol fuel. Another longer distance route, to Basingstoke, was jointly operated with Stagecoach in Hampshire and branded as The Link. Reading buses operates the National Express Woking 925 service under contract. Buses (701-705) used on the Royal Blue 33 route, are the first CNG-fuelled double-deckers these feature Enviro 400 MMC bodywork. [38] In 2018 a further 17 (706-722) CNG-fuelled double deckers arrived for Purple 17, unlike the previous order for CNG Buses these are fitted with Enviro 400 CITY bodywork. simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone extends to Abbey RFC simply Re a di n g f a r e z o n e s im p ly R e a d in g f ar e z o n e e zone Little Heath School Denefield School Theale Green School Blessed Hugh Faringdon School Reading College UTC Highdown ... 26 26 33 17 33 17 15 15 15a 16 16 22 X40 142 146 800 X38 127 TVP Shuttle 850 13 19c 19c 19a 19a 19a 19c … Depot: Reading. Bus deregulation also meant that the local council no longer had any power to regulate the routes and fares of Reading Transport, nor could they prevent other operators from starting competitive services within the borough. It carries a special cow print livery reflecting the fact that the compressed natural gas is, at source, methane derived from cow faeces. [5] In 1982 the X1 was shortened to run from Reading to Aldgate in East London, under the Goldline brand, and joint operation ceased. Please use the Calcot, Sainsbury’s (jet black 1, sky blue 15, yellow 26 and Service 90) bus stop or the bus stop across the road (Service 87) instead. In May 2013, 20 buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) were introduced. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. 90. Until August 2011, Reading Transport operated public service buses in the town of Newbury and the surrounding rural area under the "Newbury Buses" brand. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited, and is owned by Reading Borough Council. 902. 414 - YR13 PMV. Reading Station to Calcot: Calcot to Reading Station: Blagrave Street: Swanholm Gardens: Calcot Sainsbury's: Frilsham Road: Minster Street: Kennet Valley School: Mayfield Avenue: Coronation Square: Castle Street: Churchward Walk: Torcross Grove: Circuit Lane: Russell Street: Albury Gardens: Beansheaf Stores Reading Transport took advantage of this new freedom to start a service from Reading through London to Southend. This is due to loop cutting work by Reading Borough Council contractors. In 1949 the Whitley Street line was extended to Whitley Wood and Northumberland Avenue, and a short branch was built to Reading General station. [17] A fourth route was later added. Although the brands will remain separate for now this may change in the future. However, a retendering of contracts by Slough Borough Council saw the two tendered routes won back by First. [31][32][33] the other 17 have different positions within the company, first was fire victim (203) after the fire the bus was scrapped, then (205) had a drivetrain replacement with a magtec hybrid system leaving the rest which was now redundant Purple 17s, they have since had a full refurbishment and have also been converted to diesel coupled with a ZF gearbox and now serve routes Sky Blue 15/16 & Berry 23/24. Depot: Reading. This is due to Utility company work. [20], In March 2019, Reading Buses purchased Courtney Buses as part of their expansion across Berkshire. Add to … Eventually it was decided that the tramways should be abandoned and replaced by trolleybuses, operating over extended routes. By the 1890s the whole fleet had been replaced by double-decked cars operating at a 10-minute frequency. Each premier route, or group of routes, would be allocated a distinctive colour, to be used on the buses on that route, and also on maps and other publicity.[14]. [3], The first trolleybus wiring erected was a training loop on Erleigh Road, which opened in early 1936. Affected routes: 26 . [18] The Thames Valley Buses name, historically associated with Thames Valley Traction, was used for the new services. Reading Transport continued to operate the Routemasters under the Reading Mainline brand until they were finally withdrawn in July 2000. This was mainly for the benefit of visitors who are more likely to use routes such as park-and-ride. These operate out as far as Newbury, Wokingham, Bracknell and Fleet and have animal-related branding:[16]. Back to services list. 26; 26; Reading Station to Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf. Public service commenced on 18 July 1936,[4] on a route replacing the tram route from Caversham Road to Whitley Street. Search. Reading Buses faced competition on Reading urban routes from 1994, when Reading Mainline, an independent company, started operations with AEC Routemasters acquired from London Regional Transport. 926. Reading Transport operates public service buses under the Reading Buses brand throughout the town of Reading, and along a number of corridors out to other local towns. Jet Black 1 was subcontracted to Weavaway Travel in 2011, using several Alexander Dennis Enviro400s, which are owned by Weavaway but are in a route-branded version of Reading Buses livery and are on the Reading fleet system. Since then the premier route concept has been rolled out on most of Reading's urban routes. No further trams were acquired, and a planned extension from the Caversham Road terminus across Caversham Bridge to Caversham itself was abandoned because of the outbreak of World War I. The UK's first contra-flow bus lane was instigated along Kings Road, when that road was made one-way in the early 1960s. [2], The new electric trams started operating in July 1903. Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 10:46 am Thursday, … The North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation, abbreviated as, NEKRTC, is a state run bus service of Karnataka, India. [21], In February 2009, the private hire services run by Goldline ceased, and the coaches were all sold.[22]. The company was authorised to construct and operate a horse tram route on an east–west alignment from Oxford Road through Broad Street in the town centre to Cemetery Junction. The lime brand is still retained on the service to Mortimer. This route formed the core of what became known as the main line of the tram and trolleybus network. You can reduce the zoom by pressing cmd (apple) and -. [12][13], Since 2004, Reading Buses and Reading Borough Council have made a significant investment in upgrading the quality of Reading's main urban bus routes. Goldline Travel had a two-tone green colour scheme, although most services were operated by vehicles in colour schemes specified by the contracting organisation. All the ethanol-powered buses have since been converted to run on the same bio-diesel mix as the rest of the fleet.[30]. Recap from Reading Oxford Road as police launch murder investigation. [35][36] [3], The electric tram services were originally operated by 30 four-wheeled double decked cars supplied by Dick, Kerr & Co. It is an Alexander Dennis Enviro400H diesel-electric hybrid, registration mark SN60 EDK, fleet number 206, named Bob Gray. [14] Goldline Travel was also responsible for the operation of Fastrack and Daytrack park and ride services and Nighttrack night bus services, all of which are operated under contract to Reading Borough Council. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited,[1] and is owned by Reading Borough Council. Reading Buses is a bus operator serving the towns of Reading, Bracknell, Newbury, Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Fleet, Didcot, Henley-on-Thames and the surrounding areas in the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Hampshire, England, as well as parts of Greater London. The origins of Reading Transport can be traced back to the 19th century, when the privately owned Reading Tramways Company (part of the Imperial Tramways Company) was formed. Unlike services run by Reading Buses, Goldline gave change on their routes. In May 1939, the remaining tram routes from Oxford Road to Wokingham Road and London Road were converted to trolleybus operation, with a short extension from Wokingham Road to the Three Tuns, and a much longer extension from the Oxford Road through the centre of Tilehurst to the Bear Inn. The extensions were completed by December 1902, and the last horse cars ran in July of the following year. Where live data is not available Timetable information is displayed (shown at TT). Search. A ride on a Reaing Bus Route 26 heading towards Calcot, filmed during the afternoon of Tuesday 8 January 2019. 87. English: A Reading Transport bus on route 26 in Reading. 87. Keeping you safe in 2021 we do all the hard work so you know you can still make your essential journeys with us . Bus Stops for Route Route 26. click on bus stop below for live info. Our buses will be running to their normal Monday to ... Friday timetables today (Christmas Eve), but with an early finish around 7/8pm. 26. You can reduce the zoom by pressing Ctrl and -. In autumn of that year, Reading Buses introduced its first branded Premier Route in the form of the number 17, running between the Three Tuns on Wokingham Road and the Bear Inn at Tilehurst via the town centre and Oxford Road, and the linear descendant of the old main line. no buses Thu 26 Dec | Boxing Day: special service : between 9am-6pm see : below: Fri 27 | Sat 28 Saturday service Sun 29 Dec : Sunday service Mon 30 Dec | Tue 31 Dec : New Year’s Eve: ... normal service: on Christmas Eve IKEA is closed: so: yellow 26: Sainsbury’s: route last bus from Reading last bus into Reading: 8.20pm with additional buses at 9.20, 10.20 & 11.20pm buses do not run to or from IKEA … Add to ... 15th - 19th Jan. In March 2019, Courtney Buses was purchased with 57 buses. Coordination of resources involves the use of various industry-specific solutions, and every single mile of operations needs to be recorded and reported to the Traffic Commissioner for auditing. For users with computers running Apple operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing cmd (apple) and + at the same time. Additional Enviro400s owned by Weavaway in an all-over black livery are also able to be used on the route. Scania K270UB ADL Enviro300SG. www.reading-buses.co.uk; @reading_buses on Twitter Edit; History; Flickr However, First won the tenders for the evening service 4 and Sunday service 6 back. Map Tracking 3 buses. At the time the order was placed, this was the largest order for ethanol-fuelled buses in the UK. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. Reading Buses had 31 hybrid (diesel-battery-electric) buses, but now only has 14 serving routes Lion 4/X4 and Yellow 26 routes. [6] In 1992 Reading Transport acquired the Reading and Newbury operations of BeeLine, one of the privatised successors to the state-owned Alder Valley. Extensions were constructed to the Wokingham Road and London Road (both from Cemetery Junction), and new routes added to Whitley, Caversham Road, Erleigh Road and Bath Road. 05. The last tram ran on the Caversham Road to Whitley route in July 1936, and the last car on the main line ran in May 1939. All routes have a colour scheme, a concept first introduced in 2004 with the introduction of 'Premier Routes', where each route or group of routes allocated a distinctive colour. Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400. [10][11], In November 2019, the Thames Valley and Courtney Buses brands began to be combined, which will be a gradual process in the next couple of years, with Slough and Windsor being the first areas to change over to Thames Valley, adding two more routes. Aluminum Stair Treads And Risers, Hulled Millet In Telugu, Black Hashtags 2020, Calamari Fritti Description, How To Do A Californian Accent, Can You Turn Serana Back Into A Vampire, Christmas Song Sleigh Ride, Esv Catholic Edition - Leather, Calculus Test With Answers, Na Hanyate Meaning In Bengali, Related" /> reading buses 26 Service status information is derived from an algorithm comparing timetable information with the arrival of buses en route at timing points. In order to zoom this site to make text more easily readable, please use the zoom features of your browser. Back to services list. [2], Construction started in January 1879, with the entire line open by May. For users with computers running Microsoft operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing Ctrl and + at the same time. The extended main line, from the Three Tuns to the Bear, still exists today as bus route 17, the town's busiest and most frequent route, and the first to be designated a premier route. Reading Buses Phone 0118 959 4000 To report any problem you will be taken to the Reading Borough Council corporate contacts system. In May 2008, Goldline won the contract to operate route 142 from Checkendon, Woodcote and Purley to Reading; the route was previously operated by Thames Travel. 90. Reading Officers are managing traffic while dealing with the incident. 3 - leopard - Reading - Wokingham via Royal Berkshire Hospital, Shinfield, Arborfield, California, Barkham, Wokingham Hospital. Reading stop much better than in the city. 26 yellow Reading Station - Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf 27 Lower Caversham (Amersham Road) - Central Reading via Caversham Centre, Caversham Bridge 29 Central Reading - Lower Caversham via Reading Bridge The trolleybuses continued to operate two-way, as it was considered uneconomic to erect wiring on the new inbound route, London Road. Reading Station to Calcot, timetables from service operator: At the same time the trolleybuses were criticised in the local press because they cost more to operate than motor buses and were inflexible, even though the trolleybuses were profitable (Reading's motor buses made a loss), faster and less polluting. The Transport Act 1980 deregulated long distance bus services. 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However, when the route was next tendered, in May 2012, the contract reverted to Thames Travel. As of December 2018, the fleet consists of 192 buses. [27][28][29], In October 2009, it was discovered that instead of the bio-ethanol fuel having been sourced from sugar beet grown in the English county of Norfolk (as had been advertised), it was actually made from wood pulp imported from Sweden. The Link is now operated by Stagecoach in Hampshire on a revised timetable to reflect the Stagecoach depot being in Basingstoke. [3], In 1919, Reading Corporation started operating its first motor buses. One member of this fleet, No 420, holds the land speed record for a regular service bus, having achieved 80.82 mph under test conditions in May 2015. Live bus information for individual routes is derived from tracking devices and the standard journey times between the current position of the bus and the bus stop. We apologise for any inconvenience. To encourage customers to use public transport during the period, when a customer spends £150 or more on products in IKEA Reading, they will receive free delivery. In 2015, Loddon Bridge Park & Ride route 500 ceased and the site was closed, having been superseded by Winnersh Triangle Park & Ride, following the completion of the new site by Reading and Wokingham Borough Councils. Other services. A lovely extravaganza of Reading buses, filmed during the late morning of Friday 26 April 2019. This works with all major browsers. Buses travelling between Heathrow and Reading leave from Heathrow Airport (LHR) Terminals 1-3 or Heathrow Airport (LHR) T5 and arrive at Mereoak P&R, Bath Road, … These routes were previously run by Newbury & District, the bus service trading name for Weavaway Travel, who in turn took them over from Reading Buses' now-defunct Newbury Buses brand. Favourites; Toggle navigation Menu Close Reading Buses Live times Service updates Fares & tickets Plan my journey Routes & times News Students Schools About us Show Search Bar; Search Query. Reading Station EK 4.32 4.44 4.56 6.26 6.34 7.34 7.41 7.52 8.22 8.47 9.17 9.44 then every 12 mins at then every 10 mins until until then every 10 mins until these buses finish at Station Road stop SD, not Reading Station school days only for buses for Theale Green and Little Heath School see below The service was numbered X1 and was run jointly with Southend Transport. Most longer distance and interurban services now have animal related branding, with the lion to Bracknell, the leopard to Wokingham, and the tiger to Fleet. A bus service operated by Reading Buses Map Reading Buses also operate the services to three Park and Ride sites, to the South and East of the town. Apologies for the cancellation. The cars operated from a depot on the south side of the Oxford Road, immediately to the east of Reading West railway station. Two routes were branded using the same Vitality Route brand that was used by Reading Buses, and provide weekday daytime frequencies of two buses per hour. Following a contract win from West Berkshire Council, Reading Buses introduced the Kennections brand in Newbury in September 2016. Reading Corporation decided to abandon the trolleybus system, and the routes were phased out between January 1967 and November 1968.[4]. Find out more about cookies. Operation of the Green Line services transferred to Reading Buses in December 2017. [9] The companies have worked together in the past, most noticeably on the Jet Black 1 service which operates between Reading and Newbury. Five of the urban routes now operate 24 hours a day, reflecting the level of demand for local buses around the clock: Out of town routes operate at lower frequency, with between one and four buses an hour. [9], In December 2017, it was announced that Reading Buses was to take on three services withdrawn by First Berkshire & The Thames Valley in the Slough area. Bus operators. Reading Buses ex Nottingham City Transport. These colours are used on the buses used on that route, and also on maps and other publicity. These were rebranded as Vitality Routes, using specially branded green and silver or red and silver buses. ... Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:51 am Thursday, November 26, 2020 12:04 pm. Plan your journey and get your tickets on the go with the Reading Buses app. Reading Buses Yellow route 26 Reading Station - Bath Road - Southcote - Ford's Farm - Beansheaf - Calcot, Sainsburys - Calcot, IKEA Route 26 - The line 26 bus from Reading Town Centre, St Marys Butts to Beansheaf Estate, Beansheaf Stores takes 23 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes. 15:12 route 26 from Reading to Calcot + 15:52 from Calcot to Reading not operating due to a breakdown. [23], Reading Buses has a history of experimenting with biofuels, including biodiesel and alcohol fuel. Another longer distance route, to Basingstoke, was jointly operated with Stagecoach in Hampshire and branded as The Link. Reading buses operates the National Express Woking 925 service under contract. Buses (701-705) used on the Royal Blue 33 route, are the first CNG-fuelled double-deckers these feature Enviro 400 MMC bodywork. [38] In 2018 a further 17 (706-722) CNG-fuelled double deckers arrived for Purple 17, unlike the previous order for CNG Buses these are fitted with Enviro 400 CITY bodywork. simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone extends to Abbey RFC simply Re a di n g f a r e z o n e s im p ly R e a d in g f ar e z o n e e zone Little Heath School Denefield School Theale Green School Blessed Hugh Faringdon School Reading College UTC Highdown ... 26 26 33 17 33 17 15 15 15a 16 16 22 X40 142 146 800 X38 127 TVP Shuttle 850 13 19c 19c 19a 19a 19a 19c … Depot: Reading. Bus deregulation also meant that the local council no longer had any power to regulate the routes and fares of Reading Transport, nor could they prevent other operators from starting competitive services within the borough. It carries a special cow print livery reflecting the fact that the compressed natural gas is, at source, methane derived from cow faeces. [5] In 1982 the X1 was shortened to run from Reading to Aldgate in East London, under the Goldline brand, and joint operation ceased. Please use the Calcot, Sainsbury’s (jet black 1, sky blue 15, yellow 26 and Service 90) bus stop or the bus stop across the road (Service 87) instead. In May 2013, 20 buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) were introduced. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. 90. Until August 2011, Reading Transport operated public service buses in the town of Newbury and the surrounding rural area under the "Newbury Buses" brand. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited, and is owned by Reading Borough Council. 902. 414 - YR13 PMV. Reading Station to Calcot: Calcot to Reading Station: Blagrave Street: Swanholm Gardens: Calcot Sainsbury's: Frilsham Road: Minster Street: Kennet Valley School: Mayfield Avenue: Coronation Square: Castle Street: Churchward Walk: Torcross Grove: Circuit Lane: Russell Street: Albury Gardens: Beansheaf Stores Reading Transport took advantage of this new freedom to start a service from Reading through London to Southend. This is due to loop cutting work by Reading Borough Council contractors. In 1949 the Whitley Street line was extended to Whitley Wood and Northumberland Avenue, and a short branch was built to Reading General station. [17] A fourth route was later added. Although the brands will remain separate for now this may change in the future. However, a retendering of contracts by Slough Borough Council saw the two tendered routes won back by First. [31][32][33] the other 17 have different positions within the company, first was fire victim (203) after the fire the bus was scrapped, then (205) had a drivetrain replacement with a magtec hybrid system leaving the rest which was now redundant Purple 17s, they have since had a full refurbishment and have also been converted to diesel coupled with a ZF gearbox and now serve routes Sky Blue 15/16 & Berry 23/24. Depot: Reading. This is due to Utility company work. [20], In March 2019, Reading Buses purchased Courtney Buses as part of their expansion across Berkshire. Add to … Eventually it was decided that the tramways should be abandoned and replaced by trolleybuses, operating over extended routes. By the 1890s the whole fleet had been replaced by double-decked cars operating at a 10-minute frequency. Each premier route, or group of routes, would be allocated a distinctive colour, to be used on the buses on that route, and also on maps and other publicity.[14]. [3], The first trolleybus wiring erected was a training loop on Erleigh Road, which opened in early 1936. Affected routes: 26 . [18] The Thames Valley Buses name, historically associated with Thames Valley Traction, was used for the new services. Reading Transport continued to operate the Routemasters under the Reading Mainline brand until they were finally withdrawn in July 2000. This was mainly for the benefit of visitors who are more likely to use routes such as park-and-ride. These operate out as far as Newbury, Wokingham, Bracknell and Fleet and have animal-related branding:[16]. Back to services list. 26; 26; Reading Station to Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf. Public service commenced on 18 July 1936,[4] on a route replacing the tram route from Caversham Road to Whitley Street. Search. Reading Buses faced competition on Reading urban routes from 1994, when Reading Mainline, an independent company, started operations with AEC Routemasters acquired from London Regional Transport. 926. Reading Transport operates public service buses under the Reading Buses brand throughout the town of Reading, and along a number of corridors out to other local towns. Jet Black 1 was subcontracted to Weavaway Travel in 2011, using several Alexander Dennis Enviro400s, which are owned by Weavaway but are in a route-branded version of Reading Buses livery and are on the Reading fleet system. Since then the premier route concept has been rolled out on most of Reading's urban routes. No further trams were acquired, and a planned extension from the Caversham Road terminus across Caversham Bridge to Caversham itself was abandoned because of the outbreak of World War I. The UK's first contra-flow bus lane was instigated along Kings Road, when that road was made one-way in the early 1960s. [2], The new electric trams started operating in July 1903. Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 10:46 am Thursday, … The North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation, abbreviated as, NEKRTC, is a state run bus service of Karnataka, India. [21], In February 2009, the private hire services run by Goldline ceased, and the coaches were all sold.[22]. The company was authorised to construct and operate a horse tram route on an east–west alignment from Oxford Road through Broad Street in the town centre to Cemetery Junction. The lime brand is still retained on the service to Mortimer. This route formed the core of what became known as the main line of the tram and trolleybus network. You can reduce the zoom by pressing cmd (apple) and -. [12][13], Since 2004, Reading Buses and Reading Borough Council have made a significant investment in upgrading the quality of Reading's main urban bus routes. Goldline Travel had a two-tone green colour scheme, although most services were operated by vehicles in colour schemes specified by the contracting organisation. All the ethanol-powered buses have since been converted to run on the same bio-diesel mix as the rest of the fleet.[30]. Recap from Reading Oxford Road as police launch murder investigation. [35][36] [3], The electric tram services were originally operated by 30 four-wheeled double decked cars supplied by Dick, Kerr & Co. It is an Alexander Dennis Enviro400H diesel-electric hybrid, registration mark SN60 EDK, fleet number 206, named Bob Gray. [14] Goldline Travel was also responsible for the operation of Fastrack and Daytrack park and ride services and Nighttrack night bus services, all of which are operated under contract to Reading Borough Council. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited,[1] and is owned by Reading Borough Council. Reading Buses is a bus operator serving the towns of Reading, Bracknell, Newbury, Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Fleet, Didcot, Henley-on-Thames and the surrounding areas in the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Hampshire, England, as well as parts of Greater London. The origins of Reading Transport can be traced back to the 19th century, when the privately owned Reading Tramways Company (part of the Imperial Tramways Company) was formed. Unlike services run by Reading Buses, Goldline gave change on their routes. In May 1939, the remaining tram routes from Oxford Road to Wokingham Road and London Road were converted to trolleybus operation, with a short extension from Wokingham Road to the Three Tuns, and a much longer extension from the Oxford Road through the centre of Tilehurst to the Bear Inn. The extensions were completed by December 1902, and the last horse cars ran in July of the following year. Where live data is not available Timetable information is displayed (shown at TT). Search. A ride on a Reaing Bus Route 26 heading towards Calcot, filmed during the afternoon of Tuesday 8 January 2019. 87. English: A Reading Transport bus on route 26 in Reading. 87. Keeping you safe in 2021 we do all the hard work so you know you can still make your essential journeys with us . Bus Stops for Route Route 26. click on bus stop below for live info. Our buses will be running to their normal Monday to ... Friday timetables today (Christmas Eve), but with an early finish around 7/8pm. 26. You can reduce the zoom by pressing Ctrl and -. In autumn of that year, Reading Buses introduced its first branded Premier Route in the form of the number 17, running between the Three Tuns on Wokingham Road and the Bear Inn at Tilehurst via the town centre and Oxford Road, and the linear descendant of the old main line. no buses Thu 26 Dec | Boxing Day: special service : between 9am-6pm see : below: Fri 27 | Sat 28 Saturday service Sun 29 Dec : Sunday service Mon 30 Dec | Tue 31 Dec : New Year’s Eve: ... normal service: on Christmas Eve IKEA is closed: so: yellow 26: Sainsbury’s: route last bus from Reading last bus into Reading: 8.20pm with additional buses at 9.20, 10.20 & 11.20pm buses do not run to or from IKEA … Add to ... 15th - 19th Jan. In March 2019, Courtney Buses was purchased with 57 buses. Coordination of resources involves the use of various industry-specific solutions, and every single mile of operations needs to be recorded and reported to the Traffic Commissioner for auditing. For users with computers running Apple operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing cmd (apple) and + at the same time. Additional Enviro400s owned by Weavaway in an all-over black livery are also able to be used on the route. Scania K270UB ADL Enviro300SG. www.reading-buses.co.uk; @reading_buses on Twitter Edit; History; Flickr However, First won the tenders for the evening service 4 and Sunday service 6 back. Map Tracking 3 buses. At the time the order was placed, this was the largest order for ethanol-fuelled buses in the UK. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. Reading Buses had 31 hybrid (diesel-battery-electric) buses, but now only has 14 serving routes Lion 4/X4 and Yellow 26 routes. [6] In 1992 Reading Transport acquired the Reading and Newbury operations of BeeLine, one of the privatised successors to the state-owned Alder Valley. Extensions were constructed to the Wokingham Road and London Road (both from Cemetery Junction), and new routes added to Whitley, Caversham Road, Erleigh Road and Bath Road. 05. The last tram ran on the Caversham Road to Whitley route in July 1936, and the last car on the main line ran in May 1939. All routes have a colour scheme, a concept first introduced in 2004 with the introduction of 'Premier Routes', where each route or group of routes allocated a distinctive colour. Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400. [10][11], In November 2019, the Thames Valley and Courtney Buses brands began to be combined, which will be a gradual process in the next couple of years, with Slough and Windsor being the first areas to change over to Thames Valley, adding two more routes. 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Reading Buses ex Stagecoach South West. [14][15] In 2014, these too were changed to a colour brand, becoming 'Lime Routes'. Contactless payment accepted Mobile tickets and live bus tracking available on the Reading Buses app. Emerald 5/6, purple 17, claret 21 and yellow 26 will all have extra buses until around 11pm. Urban town area routes provide a weekday daytime frequency of between 2 and 8 buses per hour, depending on the route. Search. The London Line service ceased in 2000. ... What are the departure and arrival stations when taking the bus from Heathrow to Reading? The war also led to a significant maintenance backlog. Additionally, BeeLine had operated a Reading to London service under the LondonLink name, and that was merged into the Goldline service and the resulting service renamed London Line. Edit; History Tweaks to timetables from Monday 11 January . Edit; History; Flickr In April 2009, a similar concept was introduced to some of Reading Buses' longer distance rural routes. Leopard Name: John Vaughan. As a result of the legislation that accompanied the deregulation of local bus services in 1986, the operations of Reading Transport were transferred to Reading Transport Limited, an "arms length" company whose shares were held by Reading Borough Council. Toggle navigation Menu Close Reading Buses Live times Service updates Fares & tickets Plan my journey Routes & times News Students Schools About us Show Search Bar; Search Query. These ran from Caversham Heights to Tilehurst, running over the tram lines and beyond the tram termini. This is operated from an out station at the old National Express Sipson Road depot, West Drayton now owned by CCH. All drivers were TUPEd to Reading Buses. 26 - yellow - Reading Station - Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf. Subsequent short extensions took the system to its full extent, with the Kentwood route running to Armour Hill and the Northumberland Avenue line running to the junction with Whitley Wood Road. [4], By 1965, most UK trolleybus systems had closed, and the manufacturers of the overhead equipment gave notice that they would cease production. The corporation set out about first extending, and then electrifying the system. In January 2018 Reading Buses took over 2 routes (2/5), and won Slough Borough Council tenders for an evening service (4) and a Sunday service (6) from First Berkshire & The Thames Valley. Former Ram and ex-Forest pupil Johnny Williams makes international debut for Wales. [19] Operation began on 20 January 2018. Branded items for charity We have some new, branded goodies for you, with all profits going to Sport in Mind, our Charity of the Year - check them out here! The westbound (towards Newbury) Mayfield Avenue bus stop will be out of use from Monday 23 November until Friday 4 December 2020. This loop was never used in public service, and was subsequently dismantled. Buses will divert via Coley Avenue and Berkeley Avenue and vice versa. IKEA is advising customers to travel to the store by bus. These buses started work on 26 May 2008. [8], In September 2018, Reading Buses purchased Newbury & District from Weavaway. More details ... Reading Buses operates a bus from Reading Town Centre, St Marys Butts to Beansheaf Estate, Beansheaf Stores every 15 minutes. Reading Buses is a bus operator serving the towns of Reading, Bracknell, Newbury, Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Fleet, Didcot, Henley-on-Thames and the surrounding areas in the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Hampshire, England, as well as parts of Greater London. Tickets cost £2 and the journey takes 23 min. It is an Alexander Dennis Enviro400H diesel-electric hybrid, registration mark SN60 EDK, fleet number 206, named Bob Gray. The company made several proposals to add routes and electrify the system, but none of these were implemented, and in 1899 the borough corporation decided to purchase the system. 26; 26; Reading Station to Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf. In September 2018, Reading Buses purchased Newbury & District from Weavaway. Scania N270UD OmniDekka. See the latest Bengaluru, Karnataka, India RealVue™ weather satellite map, showing a realistic view of Bengaluru, Karnataka, India from space, as taken from weather satellites. First Berkshire & The Thames Valley operates American Blue Bird school buses from an outstation in Chertsey for schools around Runnymede. Reading Buses. Reading Buses 07:23, 13 NOV 2020. Reading Buses used the Goldline Travel name for its non-public-service bus operations, including services operated under contract for various local employers. In 1991 Reading Transport was rebranded Reading Buses. These acquisitions led to Reading Transport operating buses in Newbury, and in the rural areas around Reading and Newbury, for the first time. Reading Buses,

Service status information is derived from an algorithm comparing timetable information with the arrival of buses en route at timing points. In order to zoom this site to make text more easily readable, please use the zoom features of your browser. Back to services list. [2], Construction started in January 1879, with the entire line open by May. For users with computers running Microsoft operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing Ctrl and + at the same time. The extended main line, from the Three Tuns to the Bear, still exists today as bus route 17, the town's busiest and most frequent route, and the first to be designated a premier route. Reading Buses Phone 0118 959 4000 To report any problem you will be taken to the Reading Borough Council corporate contacts system. In May 2008, Goldline won the contract to operate route 142 from Checkendon, Woodcote and Purley to Reading; the route was previously operated by Thames Travel. 90. Reading Officers are managing traffic while dealing with the incident. 3 - leopard - Reading - Wokingham via Royal Berkshire Hospital, Shinfield, Arborfield, California, Barkham, Wokingham Hospital. Reading stop much better than in the city. 26 yellow Reading Station - Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf 27 Lower Caversham (Amersham Road) - Central Reading via Caversham Centre, Caversham Bridge 29 Central Reading - Lower Caversham via Reading Bridge The trolleybuses continued to operate two-way, as it was considered uneconomic to erect wiring on the new inbound route, London Road. Reading Station to Calcot, timetables from service operator: At the same time the trolleybuses were criticised in the local press because they cost more to operate than motor buses and were inflexible, even though the trolleybuses were profitable (Reading's motor buses made a loss), faster and less polluting. The Transport Act 1980 deregulated long distance bus services. 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However, when the route was next tendered, in May 2012, the contract reverted to Thames Travel. As of December 2018, the fleet consists of 192 buses. [27][28][29], In October 2009, it was discovered that instead of the bio-ethanol fuel having been sourced from sugar beet grown in the English county of Norfolk (as had been advertised), it was actually made from wood pulp imported from Sweden. The Link is now operated by Stagecoach in Hampshire on a revised timetable to reflect the Stagecoach depot being in Basingstoke. [3], In 1919, Reading Corporation started operating its first motor buses. One member of this fleet, No 420, holds the land speed record for a regular service bus, having achieved 80.82 mph under test conditions in May 2015. Live bus information for individual routes is derived from tracking devices and the standard journey times between the current position of the bus and the bus stop. We apologise for any inconvenience. To encourage customers to use public transport during the period, when a customer spends £150 or more on products in IKEA Reading, they will receive free delivery. In 2015, Loddon Bridge Park & Ride route 500 ceased and the site was closed, having been superseded by Winnersh Triangle Park & Ride, following the completion of the new site by Reading and Wokingham Borough Councils. Other services. A lovely extravaganza of Reading buses, filmed during the late morning of Friday 26 April 2019. This works with all major browsers. Buses travelling between Heathrow and Reading leave from Heathrow Airport (LHR) Terminals 1-3 or Heathrow Airport (LHR) T5 and arrive at Mereoak P&R, Bath Road, … These routes were previously run by Newbury & District, the bus service trading name for Weavaway Travel, who in turn took them over from Reading Buses' now-defunct Newbury Buses brand. Favourites; Toggle navigation Menu Close Reading Buses Live times Service updates Fares & tickets Plan my journey Routes & times News Students Schools About us Show Search Bar; Search Query. Reading Station EK 4.32 4.44 4.56 6.26 6.34 7.34 7.41 7.52 8.22 8.47 9.17 9.44 then every 12 mins at then every 10 mins until until then every 10 mins until these buses finish at Station Road stop SD, not Reading Station school days only for buses for Theale Green and Little Heath School see below The service was numbered X1 and was run jointly with Southend Transport. Most longer distance and interurban services now have animal related branding, with the lion to Bracknell, the leopard to Wokingham, and the tiger to Fleet. A bus service operated by Reading Buses Map Reading Buses also operate the services to three Park and Ride sites, to the South and East of the town. Apologies for the cancellation. The cars operated from a depot on the south side of the Oxford Road, immediately to the east of Reading West railway station. Two routes were branded using the same Vitality Route brand that was used by Reading Buses, and provide weekday daytime frequencies of two buses per hour. Following a contract win from West Berkshire Council, Reading Buses introduced the Kennections brand in Newbury in September 2016. Reading Corporation decided to abandon the trolleybus system, and the routes were phased out between January 1967 and November 1968.[4]. Find out more about cookies. Operation of the Green Line services transferred to Reading Buses in December 2017. [9] The companies have worked together in the past, most noticeably on the Jet Black 1 service which operates between Reading and Newbury. Five of the urban routes now operate 24 hours a day, reflecting the level of demand for local buses around the clock: Out of town routes operate at lower frequency, with between one and four buses an hour. [9], In December 2017, it was announced that Reading Buses was to take on three services withdrawn by First Berkshire & The Thames Valley in the Slough area. Bus operators. Reading Buses ex Nottingham City Transport. These colours are used on the buses used on that route, and also on maps and other publicity. These were rebranded as Vitality Routes, using specially branded green and silver or red and silver buses. ... Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 11:51 am Thursday, November 26, 2020 12:04 pm. Plan your journey and get your tickets on the go with the Reading Buses app. Reading Buses Yellow route 26 Reading Station - Bath Road - Southcote - Ford's Farm - Beansheaf - Calcot, Sainsburys - Calcot, IKEA Route 26 - The line 26 bus from Reading Town Centre, St Marys Butts to Beansheaf Estate, Beansheaf Stores takes 23 min including transfers and departs every 15 minutes. 15:12 route 26 from Reading to Calcot + 15:52 from Calcot to Reading not operating due to a breakdown. [23], Reading Buses has a history of experimenting with biofuels, including biodiesel and alcohol fuel. Another longer distance route, to Basingstoke, was jointly operated with Stagecoach in Hampshire and branded as The Link. Reading buses operates the National Express Woking 925 service under contract. Buses (701-705) used on the Royal Blue 33 route, are the first CNG-fuelled double-deckers these feature Enviro 400 MMC bodywork. [38] In 2018 a further 17 (706-722) CNG-fuelled double deckers arrived for Purple 17, unlike the previous order for CNG Buses these are fitted with Enviro 400 CITY bodywork. simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone simply Reading fare zone extends to Abbey RFC simply Re a di n g f a r e z o n e s im p ly R e a d in g f ar e z o n e e zone Little Heath School Denefield School Theale Green School Blessed Hugh Faringdon School Reading College UTC Highdown ... 26 26 33 17 33 17 15 15 15a 16 16 22 X40 142 146 800 X38 127 TVP Shuttle 850 13 19c 19c 19a 19a 19a 19c … Depot: Reading. Bus deregulation also meant that the local council no longer had any power to regulate the routes and fares of Reading Transport, nor could they prevent other operators from starting competitive services within the borough. It carries a special cow print livery reflecting the fact that the compressed natural gas is, at source, methane derived from cow faeces. [5] In 1982 the X1 was shortened to run from Reading to Aldgate in East London, under the Goldline brand, and joint operation ceased. Please use the Calcot, Sainsbury’s (jet black 1, sky blue 15, yellow 26 and Service 90) bus stop or the bus stop across the road (Service 87) instead. In May 2013, 20 buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) were introduced. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. 90. Until August 2011, Reading Transport operated public service buses in the town of Newbury and the surrounding rural area under the "Newbury Buses" brand. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited, and is owned by Reading Borough Council. 902. 414 - YR13 PMV. Reading Station to Calcot: Calcot to Reading Station: Blagrave Street: Swanholm Gardens: Calcot Sainsbury's: Frilsham Road: Minster Street: Kennet Valley School: Mayfield Avenue: Coronation Square: Castle Street: Churchward Walk: Torcross Grove: Circuit Lane: Russell Street: Albury Gardens: Beansheaf Stores Reading Transport took advantage of this new freedom to start a service from Reading through London to Southend. This is due to loop cutting work by Reading Borough Council contractors. In 1949 the Whitley Street line was extended to Whitley Wood and Northumberland Avenue, and a short branch was built to Reading General station. [17] A fourth route was later added. Although the brands will remain separate for now this may change in the future. However, a retendering of contracts by Slough Borough Council saw the two tendered routes won back by First. [31][32][33] the other 17 have different positions within the company, first was fire victim (203) after the fire the bus was scrapped, then (205) had a drivetrain replacement with a magtec hybrid system leaving the rest which was now redundant Purple 17s, they have since had a full refurbishment and have also been converted to diesel coupled with a ZF gearbox and now serve routes Sky Blue 15/16 & Berry 23/24. Depot: Reading. This is due to Utility company work. [20], In March 2019, Reading Buses purchased Courtney Buses as part of their expansion across Berkshire. Add to … Eventually it was decided that the tramways should be abandoned and replaced by trolleybuses, operating over extended routes. By the 1890s the whole fleet had been replaced by double-decked cars operating at a 10-minute frequency. Each premier route, or group of routes, would be allocated a distinctive colour, to be used on the buses on that route, and also on maps and other publicity.[14]. [3], The first trolleybus wiring erected was a training loop on Erleigh Road, which opened in early 1936. Affected routes: 26 . [18] The Thames Valley Buses name, historically associated with Thames Valley Traction, was used for the new services. Reading Transport continued to operate the Routemasters under the Reading Mainline brand until they were finally withdrawn in July 2000. This was mainly for the benefit of visitors who are more likely to use routes such as park-and-ride. These operate out as far as Newbury, Wokingham, Bracknell and Fleet and have animal-related branding:[16]. Back to services list. 26; 26; Reading Station to Calcot (IKEA) via Southcote, Ford's Farm, Beansheaf. Public service commenced on 18 July 1936,[4] on a route replacing the tram route from Caversham Road to Whitley Street. Search. Reading Buses faced competition on Reading urban routes from 1994, when Reading Mainline, an independent company, started operations with AEC Routemasters acquired from London Regional Transport. 926. Reading Transport operates public service buses under the Reading Buses brand throughout the town of Reading, and along a number of corridors out to other local towns. Jet Black 1 was subcontracted to Weavaway Travel in 2011, using several Alexander Dennis Enviro400s, which are owned by Weavaway but are in a route-branded version of Reading Buses livery and are on the Reading fleet system. Since then the premier route concept has been rolled out on most of Reading's urban routes. No further trams were acquired, and a planned extension from the Caversham Road terminus across Caversham Bridge to Caversham itself was abandoned because of the outbreak of World War I. The UK's first contra-flow bus lane was instigated along Kings Road, when that road was made one-way in the early 1960s. [2], The new electric trams started operating in July 1903. Andy Preston Thursday, November 26, 2020 10:46 am Thursday, … The North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation, abbreviated as, NEKRTC, is a state run bus service of Karnataka, India. [21], In February 2009, the private hire services run by Goldline ceased, and the coaches were all sold.[22]. The company was authorised to construct and operate a horse tram route on an east–west alignment from Oxford Road through Broad Street in the town centre to Cemetery Junction. The lime brand is still retained on the service to Mortimer. This route formed the core of what became known as the main line of the tram and trolleybus network. You can reduce the zoom by pressing cmd (apple) and -. [12][13], Since 2004, Reading Buses and Reading Borough Council have made a significant investment in upgrading the quality of Reading's main urban bus routes. Goldline Travel had a two-tone green colour scheme, although most services were operated by vehicles in colour schemes specified by the contracting organisation. All the ethanol-powered buses have since been converted to run on the same bio-diesel mix as the rest of the fleet.[30]. Recap from Reading Oxford Road as police launch murder investigation. [35][36] [3], The electric tram services were originally operated by 30 four-wheeled double decked cars supplied by Dick, Kerr & Co. It is an Alexander Dennis Enviro400H diesel-electric hybrid, registration mark SN60 EDK, fleet number 206, named Bob Gray. [14] Goldline Travel was also responsible for the operation of Fastrack and Daytrack park and ride services and Nighttrack night bus services, all of which are operated under contract to Reading Borough Council. The operating company is officially known as Reading Transport Limited,[1] and is owned by Reading Borough Council. Reading Buses is a bus operator serving the towns of Reading, Bracknell, Newbury, Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Fleet, Didcot, Henley-on-Thames and the surrounding areas in the counties of Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and Hampshire, England, as well as parts of Greater London. The origins of Reading Transport can be traced back to the 19th century, when the privately owned Reading Tramways Company (part of the Imperial Tramways Company) was formed. Unlike services run by Reading Buses, Goldline gave change on their routes. In May 1939, the remaining tram routes from Oxford Road to Wokingham Road and London Road were converted to trolleybus operation, with a short extension from Wokingham Road to the Three Tuns, and a much longer extension from the Oxford Road through the centre of Tilehurst to the Bear Inn. The extensions were completed by December 1902, and the last horse cars ran in July of the following year. Where live data is not available Timetable information is displayed (shown at TT). Search. A ride on a Reaing Bus Route 26 heading towards Calcot, filmed during the afternoon of Tuesday 8 January 2019. 87. English: A Reading Transport bus on route 26 in Reading. 87. Keeping you safe in 2021 we do all the hard work so you know you can still make your essential journeys with us . Bus Stops for Route Route 26. click on bus stop below for live info. Our buses will be running to their normal Monday to ... Friday timetables today (Christmas Eve), but with an early finish around 7/8pm. 26. You can reduce the zoom by pressing Ctrl and -. In autumn of that year, Reading Buses introduced its first branded Premier Route in the form of the number 17, running between the Three Tuns on Wokingham Road and the Bear Inn at Tilehurst via the town centre and Oxford Road, and the linear descendant of the old main line. no buses Thu 26 Dec | Boxing Day: special service : between 9am-6pm see : below: Fri 27 | Sat 28 Saturday service Sun 29 Dec : Sunday service Mon 30 Dec | Tue 31 Dec : New Year’s Eve: ... normal service: on Christmas Eve IKEA is closed: so: yellow 26: Sainsbury’s: route last bus from Reading last bus into Reading: 8.20pm with additional buses at 9.20, 10.20 & 11.20pm buses do not run to or from IKEA … Add to ... 15th - 19th Jan. In March 2019, Courtney Buses was purchased with 57 buses. Coordination of resources involves the use of various industry-specific solutions, and every single mile of operations needs to be recorded and reported to the Traffic Commissioner for auditing. For users with computers running Apple operating systems, you can increase the zoom of the site by pressing cmd (apple) and + at the same time. Additional Enviro400s owned by Weavaway in an all-over black livery are also able to be used on the route. Scania K270UB ADL Enviro300SG. www.reading-buses.co.uk; @reading_buses on Twitter Edit; History; Flickr However, First won the tenders for the evening service 4 and Sunday service 6 back. Map Tracking 3 buses. At the time the order was placed, this was the largest order for ethanol-fuelled buses in the UK. reading-buses.co.uk uses cookies to make the site simpler. Reading Buses had 31 hybrid (diesel-battery-electric) buses, but now only has 14 serving routes Lion 4/X4 and Yellow 26 routes. [6] In 1992 Reading Transport acquired the Reading and Newbury operations of BeeLine, one of the privatised successors to the state-owned Alder Valley. Extensions were constructed to the Wokingham Road and London Road (both from Cemetery Junction), and new routes added to Whitley, Caversham Road, Erleigh Road and Bath Road. 05. The last tram ran on the Caversham Road to Whitley route in July 1936, and the last car on the main line ran in May 1939. All routes have a colour scheme, a concept first introduced in 2004 with the introduction of 'Premier Routes', where each route or group of routes allocated a distinctive colour. Dennis Trident Alexander ALX400. [10][11], In November 2019, the Thames Valley and Courtney Buses brands began to be combined, which will be a gradual process in the next couple of years, with Slough and Windsor being the first areas to change over to Thames Valley, adding two more routes.

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