The SevernNet Flyer
SevernNet Working’s Shuttle Bus Service.
Full details of the service available here.
SevernNet Flyer route and timetable change from Tuesday 1st August 2017
Improved timetable to better serve shift start and end times to get you to work and home again
Shirehampton and Lawrence Weston directly served
- Industrial area served – Avonmouth, Access 18 and Cabot Park
SevernNet Flyer route and timetable change from Monday 15th May 2017
Service extension to Central Park and Western Approach
Shirehampton and Lawrence Weston no longer directly served
SevernNet Flyer possible delays this week (8th May 2017)
St. Modwen’s Link Road is closed this week (Monday to Friday) to ensure the safety of contractors, as ANPR technology is installed. This is impacting the SevernNet Flyer Shuttle Bus service which uses this route.
SevernNet Christmas 2016 timetable
The SevernNet Flyer will be running as usual over the Christmas period, with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day, when there will be no service.
Temporary route in operation between Tues. 13th and Friday 30th September
Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th September
On Wednesday and Thursday entry from Kings Weston Lane to Access 18 will again be restricted and the route served will differ
from the norm. Although the roads used may be slightly different on the two days, the stops will be served in the same order:
Avonmouth Station – Shirehampton Green – Lawrence Weston – Ridingleaze – Lawrence Weston – Third Way – Fourth Way –
Access 18 – Co-Op Distribution Centre – Yankee Candle – Culina Logistics – Access 18 – Fourth Way – Third Way – Avonmouth Station
We apologise for the disruption this week, which as you know is beyond our control. Our drivers will do their best to adhere to the timetable and be as punctual as circumstances permit. We will publish information about Friday, Saturday and Sunday once
we’re confident that the work is progressing as planned.
You can download this information here.
Royal Portbury Dock Bus Services
Services to Royal Portbury Dock from Weston-Super-Mare via Portishead will be starting on 23rd August 2015. There will be three services in the morning and three in the afternoon. The detailed timetable can be downloaded here.
More information about promotional support for the service launch will be available shortly.
The bus stop will be located on Royal Portbury Dock Road on the inbound lane from the motorway junction.
The position of the stop will be on a trial basis to start with (for three months) from the commencement of the service on 23 August, during which time North Somerset Council will monitor any effects on the flow of traffic, and an assessment made of any need for relocation.
Other Bus Information
There’s some important news about Service 41 below …
You can find a link to bus services across Greater Bristol here (last updated Feb 14).
North Somerset Public Transport Guide here.
More information about buses is available from Travelwest here. You can also download the bus checker app.
Service 41 Bus … is becoming the number 3 …
August 2015: The 41 is becoming the 3 … with an updated timetable!
With effect from Monday 23rd August 2015, the 41 will be changing its number to ‘3’. There are changes to the timetable … and a small change to its route in Avonmouth Village. The new timetable is available here.
Also attached is service 18 which comes into Lawrence Weston – Long Cross – from Kingswood. Timetable here.
Timetable changes are being introduced from March 29th 2015.
We understand that additional bus stops will not be introduced yet.
A stop on St. Andrew’s Road will not be permitted by Bristol City Council until this can be accommodated safely.
Timetables can be downloaded from the First Bus website.
The timetables effective as of 29th March 2015 can also be downloaded here:
- Service 40/41 Mon to Fri from 29th March 2015
- Service 40/41 Saturday from 29th March 2015
- Service 40/41 Sundays and Bank Holidays from 29th March 2015
First Bus would like to thank everyone who provided feedback on the 41 service. The responses are now being considered.
Any agreed changes will be introduced to coincide with timetable changes which will be introduced on March 29th. We understand that we’ll be consulted prior to the introduction of teh changes. We’ll keep you informed.
First Bus would like to hear your views about the service. They will then take steps to work with SevernNet and Bristol City Council to see if any recommended changes can be accommodated.
Please email Sue Arrowsmith at First Bus with your comments by Wednesday Nov. 26th (Sue.Arrowsmith@firstgroup.com).
Bus 41 to be extended to Avonmouth Village and Kings Weston Lane from 2nd November 2014
There are significant changes to the route and timetable of Service 41 from 2 November 2014. The service will be extended beyond the current terminus in Avonmouth Village to Henbury or Cribbs Causeway via St Andrew’s Road and Kings Weston Lane before joining the Service 40 route at Long Cross and continuing through to Henbury or Cribbs Causeway. This route extension will deliver the following enhancements:
- Brand new bus service serving businesses in Avonmouth from the City Centre, Clifton, Sea Mills, Shirehampton, Lawrence Weston and Henbury
- New bus links to promote local employment opportunities
- Up to three additional buses an hour serving Henbury and Lawrence Weston
- Timetable designed to suit the majority of shift patterns with buses running from 0600 until 2200
- New evening and Sunday and Public Holiday timetable on Service 41, which has been requested by customers for a number of years
Monday to Saturday daytime, Service 41 will operate every 20 minutes between Broadmead and Henbury and Monday to Saturday evenings and all day on Sundays and Public Holidays, Service 41 will operate every 60 minutes between Broadmead and Cribbs Causeway.
Journeys towards Henbury and Cribbs Causeway will not serve the current bus stop at McLaren Road but will stop in St. Brendan’s Road.
Download the timetable here.
SevernNet comment: This new service is certainly welcomed … although there is likely to be a need to adjust the position of the bus stops to deliver the right balance between convenience for passengers and safety of all road users.
Sue Arrowsmith from First Bus would like to hear your views. Email email@example.com by Wednesday 26th November 2014.