First Bus introduces improvements to connectivity in west and south of Leeds

First Bus is introducing improvements to services on key travel corridors in the west and south of Leeds which begin this Sunday (25 February).

The daytime frequency of the 14 service operating Leeds-Armley-Pudsey increases from every hour to 30-minute intervals with more evening journeys and a last departure from Leeds at 23:10.

This has been supported with funding from West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

Services 33 and 34 connecting Leeds to Guisley and Otley have timetable changes to enhance punctuality and co-ordination of buses travelling from Horsforth Leeds. Early morning services to Otley have also been restored.

Two additional evening trips on Monday-Friday have also been added to the 27 service operating from Guiseley to Leeds.

From the Corn Exchange in the city centre to Morley in the south, an additional six later evening trips will be available on the 51 and 52 service with journeys after 8:00pm serving Elland Road Park and Ride to extend connectivity for users.

Full details of the changes can be found by visiting the First Bus website