Get around for £2
From 1 January 2023 to 31 December 2024 a single bus journey will cost no more than £2 on several routes across Herefordshire. Please note that from 1 April 2023, Lugg Valley and Yeomans Travel are no longer part of this government scheme.
New Daffodil Line
The 232 Daffodil Line bus service is run by DRM Bus and started on Sunday 2 April 2023.
The bus runs every 2 hours, 7 days a week and will provide an evening service on Friday and Saturday. The route runs from Ledbury to Ross-on-Wye via Much Marcle, Dymock, Newent, Gorsley and Upton Bishop. Find out more about the Daffodil service.
For full details visit Traveline.
Plan your journey
Herefordshire bus information is held on the Traveline website where you can plan your journey and search for bus timetables.
You can also call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 for advice on local and national bus services.
You can find out the next bus for your stop at NextBuses. Live times are shown in minutes.
Real-time information at your bus stop
We have recently introduced QR codes on plates and in timetable cases at over 500 bus stops across the county.
The QR codes will allow you to get instant information on the next bus due at your stop via your smartphone. Much of the information will be in 'real time' so you can see exactly when your bus is on its way – making it easier to travel in the county.
Latest travel updates
Bus services can change at short notice due to roadworks or other operational issues.
You can also follow us on Twitter @HfdsBuses.
Bus services in Herefordshire are provided by a number of operators. For specific advice on bus fares, lost property or disruptions to services, see the bus contacts page.
Bus route maps
Enhanced Partnership Agreement with bus operators
An Enhanced Partnership is a formal agreement between a local transport authority and local bus operators to work together to improve local bus services. View Herefordshire's Enhanced Partnership Plan and Scheme for Buses.