The Bwcabus service has been extended as part of the LINC project with funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 (RDP), which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.
LINC aims to build upon the success of Bwcabus and TrawsCymru developments, to pilot an integrated transport network (ITN) across South West Wales, designed to respond to the needs of rural communities and reduce social exclusion.
Bwcabus is a partnership between Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire county councils.
Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire Bwcabus Operational Area - Click here to read more
Pembrokeshire Bwcabus Operational Area - Click here to read more
Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire Bwcabus Operational Area
The existing area of the Bwcabus service was extended to a number of new villages including Llanerchaeron, Llanfair Clydogau, Ffarmers and Ffaldybrennin on February 6th 2017.
A number of timetable amendments were also carried out on 6th February 2017. Changes were made to improve efficiency of the fixed route timetables and also tailor services to better suit passenger travel patterns. As a result of these changes the 614 service no longer operates. Passengers are encouraged to make bookings for journeys to travel on Saturday via the call centre.
All new Bwcabus timetables are available here.
Pembrokeshire Bwcabus Operational Area
A new Bwcabus service operational area has been launched in Pembrokeshire, under the LINC project. It operates mainly in the T5 section between Fishguard and Haverfordwest serving the villages to the east and west of the A40.
Bwcabus allows people to travel between local towns and villages within the zone or connect to the main line bus services to travel to places such as Fishguard, Haverfordwest, Cardigan and Narberth. In addition, the service offers opportunities to connect rural communities into the rail network with hubs at Clarbeston Road and Clunderwen on the Milford Haven / Fishguard branch line.
This Bwcabus expansion into Pembrokeshire also allows villages such as Puncheston, Maenclochog, and Little Newcastle to benefit from increased opportunities to travel and greater flexibility than was previously available.
Paper copies of Bwcabus operational information and timetables are being sent out to registering passengers. Please note operational information and timetables are also all available here.