Snow is affecting our services heading in and out of Cornwall and some services in Plymouth.
As a result, we are having to suspend some services and terminate others early as roads become impassable. If you are planning to travel in/out of Cornwall this evening, please only do so if necessary and stay safe.
Update as of 17:50 on 31 January 2019, the following services have been affected by the snow:
SERVICE 11A: Suspended
SERVICE 11: Will terminate at Liskeard. Passengers travelling on this service might see delays due to the severe weather.
SERVICE 12: Will not be serving Stoke Climsland and will terminate at Hatt.
SERVICE 12A: Will not be serving St Dominic or Ashton.
SERVICE 12B: Suspended
SERVICE 27/28: Will not service Deer Park.
SERVICE 33: Will not service Morley Avenue or Station Road.
SERVICE 35: Will run as a service 35A and will not service Ham.
SERVICE 42C: Will not service any stops past Woolwell Rounabout, where it will turn.
SERVICE 50/51: Will not service Transit Way or Keswick Crescent.
SERVICE 61/62: Will not service Peverell Park Road, St Pancras Road or Transit Way.
PR3: Will not service Marjon University, it will only service main roads.
SERVICE 70: Will terminate at HMS Raleigh.
SERVICE 72: Suspended
SERVICE 73: Suspended
SERVICE 74: Suspended
SERVICE 79: Suspended
As of 17:50, all other Plymouth services are running as normal. We will continue to update our social media feeds as the evening progresses, you can find a Twitter update feed to the right of this page.
School services throughout Cornwall have unfortunately been affected by the snow. Update as of 16:45:
Looe, Liskeard and Callington school buses have picked children up however we are experiencing high levels of disruption due to roads being affected by the snow. Our plan is to stay put as we are anticipating the weather will clear and improve within the next 2 hours. We will continue journeys as soon as it is safe to do so on the roads.
Callywith College is keeping students inside the building with access to refreshments. We are working to try and get our buses to the college. As soon as the roads are passable our buses will resume service and bring students home.
Please rest assured we are doing everything we can to keep children safe and get them home as soon as possible. If you have any queries at all please get in touch with our Customer Experience team who will be happy to update and help you: 01752 662271
We cannot predict what will happen tomorrow but we will update you as soon as services start running first thing in the morning via Facebook and Twitter. You can find a Twitter feed to the right of this page if you are not on social media.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.