Information about local bus services and fares (Travel Centre in Broad Street Mal, 9.00am - 5.30pm, Monday to Saturday).
All Reading Buses have priority seats for older people and passengers with disabilities. Most Reading Buses are accessible for most types of wheelchairs and drivers have all been specially trained to help people with disabilities.
Buses on the busiest routes are colour coded, making it easier for people with learning
disabilities or cognitive impaiment to find the bus they need.
Who to contact
- 0118 959 4000 0118 959 4000
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