Wetherby, UCI World Championships (Leeds)

Services affected: 7, 8, 77, 174A, 412, 923, X70, X98 and X99

On Saturday 21 September, Wetherby will host the UCI World Championships Para Cycling C1 event. Roads in the Town Centre will be closed between 1030 and 1700 and buses will be affected

Updated: 09 September 2019


During this closure most bus services will be suspended or operate from a temporary terminus on Leeds Road (A58) outside the Mercure Hotel.

 

  • Service 7 - There will be no service to/from Wetherby Bus Station between 1000 and 1700. 

Also between 1000 and 1700, there will be no services between Wetherby and Harrogate (buses will run between Harrogate and Stonefall Cemetery only).

Buses towards Leeds will go from the Mercure Hotel roundabout temporary stops.

 

  • Service 8 - This service will be suspended All day.

 

  • Service 77 - Between 1000 and 1700 this service will between Mercure Hotel Roundabout temporary stops and Tadcaster Leeds Bridge only

 

  • Services 174/174AThere will be no service to/from Wetherby Bus Station between 1000 and 1700.

Buses towards Wakefield will go from the Mercure Hotel Roundabout temporary stops.

 

  • Service 412this service will be suspended between 1000 and 1700 hours

 

  • Service 923 -  There will be no service to/from Wetherby Bus Station between 1000 and 1700

Buses towards Otley will go from Mercure Hotel Roundabout temporary stops.

 

  • Service X70 - There will be no service to/from Wetherby Bus Station between 1030 and 1700

Between these times buses will run between Harrogate and Follifoot only.

 

  • Services X98 and X99There will be no service to/from Wetherby Bus Station between 1000 and 1700

Buses towards Leeds and Deighton Bar will go from Mercure Hotel Roundabout temporary stops.

X99 will not serve Linton during these times and will operate between Wetherby and Collingham via the A58 and Harewood Road.

For event information visit UCI World Championships

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