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Linkbus

UPDATE:

From Monday 8 June, all Locallink buses will be back in operation. The L1, L2, L4, L5, L9, L11, L12 and W1 will operate their normal timetables, whilst the L10 and L14 will operate their Saturday timetables. 

From Monday 22 June, CT4N have taken back the operation of the Medilink on a temporary timetable, which can be found here. Both Queen's Medical Centre and City Hospital will be served, but the service will not operate from Queens Drive as the site remains closed.

For further information on the Linkbus network, including timetable information, please visit CT4N's website here


The Linkbus network maintains routes through areas of the city that would otherwise not be served.

The Linkbus network consists of:

  • Medilink
  • Nine Locallink services (L1, L2, L4, L5, L9, L10, L11, L12 and L14)
  • Worklink (W1)

 

Service

Starting Location

Route

Timetable

Medilink

Queens Drive Park and Ride

Queens Drive P&R, QMC, Wilkinson Street, City Hospital

Medilink Timetable

Medilink Timetable (PDF)

L1

George Street (H8)

City, Wilford Lane, Wilford Village, Silverdale

L1 Timetable

L1 Timetable (PDF)

L2

Victoria Centre, Milton Street (J2)

City, QMC, Nottingham Business Park, Assarts Farm

L2 Timetable

L2 Timetable (PDF)

L4

Victoria Centre, Milton Street (J2)

City, Ainsley Estate, Beechdale, Strelley ASDA

L4 Timetable

L4 Timetable (PDF)

L5

Victoria Centre, Milton Street (J2)

City, Castle Marina, Wollaton Estates, Charlbury Road

L5 Timetable

L5 Timetable (PDF)

L9

Queen Street (Q3)

City, Mapperley, Sherwood, Arnold, Bestwood Park

L9 Timetable

L9 Timetable (PDF)

L10

Victoria Centre, Milton Street (J2)

City, Wollaton, Bramcote, Beeston Interchange

L10 Timetable

L10 Timetable (PDF)

L11

Bulwell Bus Station (BU08)

Bulwell Bus Station, Beechdale, Beeston Interchange

L11 Timetable

L11 Timetable (PDF)

L12

University, East Drive (UN37)

University of Nottingham, QMC, City Hospital

L12 Timetable

L12 Timetable (PDF)

L14

Burton Street (T8)

City, Basford, Bulwell, Norwich Gardens, Bulwell Hall

L14 Timetable

L14 Timetable (PDF)

W1

Mount Street (X1)

City, Castle Marina Retail Park, Lenton Lane Industrial Estate

W1 Timetable

W1 Timetable (PDF)

 

Face coverings on public transport

From Monday 15 June, wearing a face covering on public transport in England became mandatory. However, some people may be exempt. 

The requirement to wear a face covering does not apply:

  • if you have a physical or mental illness or impairment, or a disability that means you cannot put on, wear or remove a face covering
  • if putting on, wearing or removing a face covering would cause you severe distress
  • if you are travelling with, or providing assistance to, someone who relies on lip reading to communicate
  • if you are travelling to avoid injury or escape the risk of harm, and you do not have a face covering with you
  • if you need to remove it during your journey to avoid harm or injury or the risk of harm or injury to yourself or others
  • if you need to eat, drink, or take medication you can remove your face covering
  • if you are asked to remove your face covering by a police officer or other official, for example to check your railcard
  • to children under the age of 11
  • to a constable, police community support officer, emergency responder (e.g. paramedic) or fire officer acting in the course of their duty

If you are exempt from wearing a face covering, please tell the driver as you board. You do not have to explain why you are exempt.

For those who do not have to wear a face covering, we have produced Journey Assistance cards that can be shown to drivers when boarding public transport. These can be found and downloaded below.