Midland Red (West)
First Midland Red

Service 417: Timetable Changes

21st February 1987

Network changesShow All

6th January 1990

Network changesShow All

Timetable changes from Saturday 6th January 1990.

28th April 1991

Birmingham, Black County and Solihull Network changesShow All

From Sunday 28th April 1991, a large number of service changes are made to Midland Red West services in the Birmingham and Black Country areas due, in part, to Centro contract changes.

9th September 1991

Crowngate Bus Station (Phase 1) openShow All

At the end of operations on Sunday 8th September 1991, Angel Place Bus Station in Worcester is closed. From the start of operations on Monday 9th September 1991, Phase 1 of the new Crowngate Bus Station is opened with all Worcester Citibus services being re-routed to start and finish at the new site. Services using Newport Street Bus Station continue to use that site but are re-routed to additionally call in Crowngate to and/or from Newport Street. From the same date, existing bus stops at The Cross and Broad Street are taken out of use to allow pedestrianisation of these streets.

22nd February 1999

Minor Route changeShow All

6th September 2004

Network changesShow All

Changes made to a number of services in the Worcester area, starting from Monday 6th September 2004.

31st August 2008

Network changesShow All

7th September 2009

Herefordshire contractShow All

3rd September 2017

New Herefordshire contracts (“Village Links”)Show All

From Sunday 3rd September 2017, First Midland Red Buses Limited started operating new services in the Bromyard and Ledbury areas as part of a new 7-year contract won under tendering from Herefordshire Council. First Midland Red market these new services with the brand name “Village Links” and all the routes are advertised in a new 14-page timetable.

1st January 2018

Minor “Village Links” Network changeShow All

14th May 2018

“Village Links” network changesShow All

9th June 2018

Summer TimetableShow All