Below you can find information about local bus services and timetables. You can plan your journey with Traveline or arrange door to door transport through the CallConect bus service.
Bustimes 29 (1 February to 31 August 2020) is out and copies are available in the Bus Station, Rutland Libraries and Oakham Museum. The booklet contains details of the revised RF2 service and the addition of the 186 service. The booklet is also available to download. Please be advised that there is an error on the Service 9 page - This service operates Monday to Friday and there is an additional service at 1225 from Stamford to Oakham.
Urgent Changes to Bus Services
There may be times when we are forced to make changes to our standard timetable due to urgent issues or unforeseen circumstances.
Where this is the case we will do all we can maintain services and minimise disruption for passengers.
Please see our Bus Service Updates page for details of any urgent changes to bus services.
As well as a full timetable of local bus services, we produce a separate travel guide with useful information, including:
- Travel advice
- Term dates for students
- Concessions – Freedom Travel, Access Travel and Travel Aid
- Rail times for Oakham
- Route summary
You can view and download our Travel Guide online. Printed copies are also available from our offices in Oakham, all Rutland libraries, the County Museum and John Street Bus Station.
Plan your journey
Traveline helps you to plan your journey, as well as providing handy information about local, regional and national services. Visit the Traveline website.
Local bus services in Rutland are operated by Centrebus, Mark Bland Travel and Delaine Buses.
For detailed information like fares, special tickets, lost property and how to make complaints please contact the bus operator directly.
Due to Covid-19, Centrebus are revising their bus services from Monday 23 March 2020. Please visit their website for the latest information.
Visit the Centrebus website
Mark Bland Travel Ltd
See Mark Bland for information about services: 182, 183, 184 and 185
Visit the Mark Bland website
See Delaine for information about service: 201/202
Visit the Delaine Buses website
CallConnect is a community bus service. Instead of operating a fixed timetable, CallConnect responds to passenger requests and provides door-to-door transport for people who struggle to use normal buses.
Routes are different each day, depending on passenger bookings, and journey requests can be made online or over the phone.
For more information about joining the scheme and what services may be available to you visit the CallConnect website.
Wheels to Work
We are currently working on an updated programme for delivering a Wheels to Work transport scheme so people can access jobs and training where travel is not possible on existing public buses.