63 Bus & Coronavirus
Bus pass concession due to Coronavirus – Warwickshire County Council
As a result of the ongoing situation surrounding COVID-19, most bus services are now operating to amended timetables, but 63 is running as normal - timetable below. Passengers should only be using public transport if their journey is absolutely essential.
Warwickshire County Council, in partnership with bus operators across the county, will be allowing holders of free bus passes to travel all day from Monday 23 March, until further notice. The 9am start time will no longer apply. We will also be accepting passes issued by other local authorities for all day travel.
This will only apply to journeys starting within Warwickshire - if you are travelling elsewhere you will need to check with the local authority.
This is in response to the current coronavirus/COVID-19 situation, and so we would advise all passholders to follow the government advice to follow social distancing and take particular care if they are in one of the vulnerable groups.
Click below for the Service 63 timetable, effective from Saturday 22nd February.
The Timetable has been completely revised on Mondays to Fridays and Saturdays to improve reliability particularly in the peak period. The 1608 schooldays only journey from Stockton to Leamington is withdrawn due to minimal usage. The 1459 schooldays only departure from Leamington will no longer run via Rugby High School. This will be covered by a service 3A journey