Public Transport

The Public Transport Unit at Derbyshire County Council promotes the use of buses and trains throughout the county. The links provides useful advice and information on all forms of Public Transport.
The council's Public Transport Unit promotes the use of buses and trains in a variety of ways:
  • Providing socially-necessary local bus services
  • Providing the network of school transport services
  • Part-funding the "Traveline" telephone enquiry service
  • Publishing comprehensive timetable books and route maps
  • Maintaining the Derbyshire Journey Planner and on-line Timetable Finder
  • Funding and administering concessionary fares schemes for disabled and elderly persons, children and students
  • Supporting community transport schemes
  • Supporting the development of train services
  • Promoting the "Derbyshire Wayfarer" day rover ticket
  • Developing Local Transport Plans and policies


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address logoPublic Transport Unit, Derbyshire County Council, County Hall, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3AG
address logo01629 533190 *Calls are recorded for quality and training purposes
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