Train service disruption
Up-to-date information about disruption to train services is available from National Rail, which also has real-time departure information for all stations in Derbyshire.
The East Midlands Railway, Cross Country Trains and Northern Railway websites also offer current information about problems with their services.
Bus service disruption
For details of disruption to bus services, please visit Traveline where summaries of disruption due to road closures or other emergencies are available.
The Traveline journey planner will also show details of changes to services resulting from road closures or diversions.
Most bus companies provide details of disruption to their services on their own websites, and some (including Arriva Midlands, Hulleys, TM Travel and Trentbarton) will also offer up-to-date information on Facebook during adverse weather.
During periods of disruption due to bad weather BBC Derby has information about travel difficulties.
From Monday 25 September until Saturday 30 September 2023
Emergency Road closure affecting Bus services 271 & 272
Due to an emergency road closure buses will not be able to travel the route between Castleton and Bamford until approximately 5pm each day. A shuttle bus will be provided for those travelling between these places but because of the long diversionary route the shuttle bus will take longer than the normal service buses and the timetable will be different. More details can be found next to the timetable for services 271 & 272 at: https://derbysbus.info/times/tt_201_999.htm
Until 27 October 2023 - flood defence works Matlock
The bridge over the Derwent is closed to all traffic in both directions. Derwent Way A6 has reopened to traffic in both directions. The bus/rail interchange remains closed to buses.
During these temporary arrangements bus services will continue to observe the same bus stops that they served during the closure of the A6 Derwent Way except that northbound services 6.1, Little Sixes and Transpeak will serve a temporary stop outside the rail station but northbound Transpeak will not serve Bakewell Road.