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Planned Public Transport Service Disruptions

The list below shows the current known service disruptions for bus and rail services within Cornwall.

View all current and future planned roadworks that do not necessarily affect bus services. 

Road Closures - Truro City Centre

From 15 June 2020 until further notice

There will be road closures in the centre of Truro on Mondays to Saturdays between the hours of 1100 and 1500. This will be for an ongoing period, to allow for more space for pedestrians. Work will affect the routing of bus services, including the park and ride service.  Outside the closure hours, services will continue to operate their normal routes.

Local Bus Services.  During the closure hours, the following inbound bus services from the railway station direction will be diverted:

  • Transport for Cornwall
  • First Kernow
  • Hopleys

These will divert via St Austell Street and will not serve the Museum and Boscawen Street stops.  Outbound services towards the railway station from the bus station will operate via St Austell Street.  But will still serve Victoria Square.  All Travel Cornwall services, including those scheduled to run outside the closure hours, will pick up and drop off at Lemon Quay.  They will not serve the museum, with Victoria Square only being served by Service 484 to Trelander and Malpas Estate and Service 496. 

Park and Ride: During the closure hours services will be unable to serve Quay Street.  Passengers travelling towards Tregurra Park and Ride are advised to use the stop outside the museum on River Street.  Passengers travelling towards Langarth Park and Ride are advised to use the stop in Victoria Square. 

Overnight Road Closures - Liskeard

Due to resurfacing works there will be closures from 1900 on the roads below on the dates shown.  This will affect the routing of Transport for Cornwall Service 11 in and out of Liskeard.  

24, 28 and 29 September - Island Shop Roundabout

Only the 1845, 2010, 2210 and 2340 departures from Plymouth will be affected.  These journeys will continue to the Dobwalls slip road. Here they will turn back to Liskeard. They will then go via New Road and Dean Street to The Parade, Addington. They will then turn at Callington Road Roundabout and on to Liskeard Post Office. Here they will resume their normal route.  These journeys will be unable to serve the Morrisons stop on Plymouth Road and stops along Charter Way.  There may be delays to these journeys.     

30 September and 1 October - Callington Road

From 1900 all journeys in and out of Liskeard will operate under a diversion.  Journeys from Plymouth will run via Plymouth Road, Castle Street and Pound Street to The Parade. From here they will resume their normal route.  From Bodmin towards Plymouth the reverse will oprate.  Journeys will not be able to serve stops on Greenbank Road, Callington Road and Charter Way during the closure.  

Overnight Road Closure - Mitchell

28 September to 2 October 2020

Due to resurfacing works there will be overnight road closures from 1900 at Mitchell between 28 September and 2 October.  There will be no access for buses into Mitchell during the closure period.

The last journeys to serve Mitchell on these days will be the following Transport For Cornwall Service 93 journeys:

From Newquay at 1810.

From Truro at 1847.   

Road Closure - Treleigh Terrace, Redruth

5 to 9 October 2020

Due to South West Water works, Treleigh Terrace will be closed between 5 and 9 October.  During the closure period Transport for Cornwall Service 46 will be unable to serve stops on:

  • Treleigh Terrace
  • Montague Avenue

These will be diverting via Plain and Gwarry to Cross Hill.

Road Closure - Swanpool Road, Falmouth

5 to 16 October 2020

Due to footway surfacing works Swanpool Road will be closed between 5 and 16 October.  During the period when the road is closed Transport for Cornwall Service 67 will be unable to serve the stop at Swanpool Beach.

Network Rail Maintenance

Disruptions on Great Western Railway (GWR) lines are available on the GWR journey check website. Disruptions on the wider rail network are available on the National Rail website.

From May, train timetables will only be available for 6 weeks instead of the usual 12 weeks. This is expected to be the case for 6 months and is due to engineering projects across the country. To find out more and to plan your journey, please visit the GWR website.

Covid-19 Revised Timetables

In response to the Covid-19 virus Great Western Railways are operating a revised emergency timetable.  For further information please follow the link.  Great Western Rail Travel Advice.