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The council offers free bus passes to qualifying older or disabled people that live in Wiltshire.  Follow the link below for more information:

Older and disabled person's concessionary bus pass


Wiltshire Council provides free home to school transport for some children who are under the age of 16 and who attend their local designated school. We also operate a transport assistance scheme for further education students that are aged 16 - 19 at the start of their course and who are attending and living more than 3 miles from their designated sixth form or college. Follow the link below for more information:

Transport to schools, sixth forms and colleges


Plan your journey by phone

Telephone Traveline on 0871 200 22 33. Calls from landlines cost 12p per minute. Calls are answered from 7.00am until 10.00pm every day except Christmas day.

Plan your journey online

Connecting Wiltshire - information about travel and journey planning in Wiltshire

Traveline - to look at and download bus timetables

National Rail enquiries - for all rail timetables

To check whether trains are running on time

National Rail Enquiries - Live Departure Boards

To report a problem with a bus service

If you wish to report a problem with a bus service in Wiltshire call 01225 718080. This number should only be used to report problems and not for general timetable enquiries. Alternatively, passengers can email us at buses@wiltshire.gov.uk


The Wiltshire day rover ticket provides one day's unlimited travel on nearly all local bus services in Wiltshire.

Tickets can be purchased on the first bus you use in Wiltshire at the following rates:

Children and senior citizens over the age of 60
Family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children)

Note that the Stagecoach, Salisbury Reds, Thamesdown Transport and First bus companies also offer other unlimited travel tickets for travel only on the bus service which they operate.

You can find a leaflet showing more information at the bottom of this page.


Most buses in Salisbury buses are fitted with real time equipment that provide information to bus stops in the form of:

  • Order of arrival
  • The service number
  • The bus destination
  • The number of minutes until the bus is due (the countdown normally begins 20 minutes before the bus is due)

If the sign is not displaying any information or is damaged call Clarence 0300 456 0105 Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5pm except public holidays.


Damage to shelters

To report any damage to bus shelters such as broken glass, contact our highways department, who will pass the information on to the owner of the shelter.

New or improved bus shelters

If you would like to request a new bus shelter raise this as an issue with your area board.


Refer to the Salisbury Reds website for information regarding the Salisbury park & ride service.


Passenger transport review 2016

Read the summary of consultation results below or read the Cabinet report.

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Last updated: 14 January 2020 | Last reviewed: 14 January 2020