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Disruptions to bus and train services

Information about disruption to public transport.

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 1 August to Friday 30 December 2022 road closure: Derwent Way, Matlock, affecting bus services 6.1, 110, 111 and Transpeak

Due to flood defence works, Derwent Way in Matlock will be closed to all traffic. Matlock Interchange will also be closed

Matlock Bridge will be open to 2-way traffic.

Northbound Transpeak services will cross the bridge and call at the bus station (stand D). Buses will then turn right onto Bakewell Road and pick up their normal route towards Darley Dale at the A6 roundabout just after McDonalds.

Southbound Transpeak services will operate as normal to stop B outside Marks & Spencers, then cross Matlock Bridge which will now be open.

Trent northbound service 6.1 and Hulleys services 110 and 111 will also divert away from Matlock interchange over the river bridge direct to Bakewell Road.

From Wednesday 8 June until Sunday 31 July 2022: Matlock Interchange closure

From the start of service on 8 June 2022 Matlock Interchange will be closed to all bus services. This is so works can be done on Matlock Bridge and on flood defences for the town centre.

During these works some services will be diverted and a temporary bus stop will be located on the entrance slip road for the interchange for use by trentbarton service 6.1, Hulleys services 110 and 111 and High Peak Transpeak services. Littles services 140 and 141 will use Bakewell Road (outside Marks & Spencer) as the terminus.

Please note the dates may be subject to change.

Until 25 September 2022: High Peak service 61 diversion

The A5004 road is closed near Fernilee until 25 September for repairs to landslides that occurred earlier this year.

Service 61 is operating its normal route between Glossop and Whaley Bridge but from the Horwich End Crossroads it is diverted via the B5470, running non-stop through Chapel-en-le-Frith, then it takes the A6 into Buxton. During the time of this diversion there is no service to Fernilee or other stops on the A5004 Long Hill.

From Thursday 3 February 2022

Stagecoach service 74 will divert away from College Road, Spinkhill until further notice.

Disruption during renovation works at the old school in Spinkhill means that it is necessary for buses on route 74 to follow a diversion away from the area. Buses will follow a diversion.

Towards Clowne: Operates as normal to College Road then turn using Spinkhill Turning Circle, then back onto College Road, turning right onto The Avenue and continuing onto Syday Lane, turning right at the crossroads onto Sheffield Road A6135, picking up the normal route on Hague Lane by turning left at 'Select & Save'.

Towards Crystal Peaks: Operates as normal to Hague Lane then turning right at 'Select & Save' onto Sheffield Road A6135, turning left at the crossroads onto Syday Lane leading into The Avenue, turning left into Spinkhill at College Road, then turning using Spinkhill Turning Circle back onto College Road and left onto Spinkhill Road back onto the normal route.

Passengers may board or alight on the diversionary route.