Pushchairs and buggies

Our buses have a dedicated space for buggies and pushchairs as well as a wheelchair space.

  • Most buses can accommodate up to two buggies, or one buggy and a wheelchair user but if someone in a wheelchair wishes to board, and the wheelchair space is occupied by standing passengers or buggies, standing passengers and owners of buggies must free up the dedicated wheelchair space.
  • Wheelchairs, mobility scooters, walking frames and disability adapted pushchairs have priority in the dedicated wheelchair space. If the space is required, buggy owners should fold buggies and put them in the luggage space or keep them by their side, if there is no room in the buggy space. Please make sure that buggies are safely positioned within the designated areas and do not block the gangway.
  • To ensure you get on the bus safely ask the driver to lower the bus if they have not already done so. (Oh, and don’t stand too close to the doors).
  • Please make sure that your child or children are strapped in and secure at all times. (Don’t let other children stand on buggy boards).
  • Always face your child towards the rear of the bus and apply the brakes. Please remove all bags and shopping from the buggy to stop it toppling over.
  • Only occupy the correct area of the bus, and please stay with your buggy at all times (oh, and don’t block the aisle).

Dedicated wheelchair space

  • Wheelchairs, mobility scooters, walking frames and disability adapted pushchairs have priority in the dedicated wheelchair space. If the space is required, buggy owners should fold buggies and put them in the luggage space or keep them by their side, if there is no room in the buggy space.