Robin Hood Marathon temporary bus changes
Nottingham’s Robin Hood Marathon takes place on Sunday 24 September, which means there will be temporary changes on our routes that head to Nottingham.
Several road closures will be in place throughout the city to make way for the runners, this is expected to cause major traffic and delays. We advise you to plan your travel in good time.
indigo, i4, skylink express & skylink Nottingham
After 1pm indigo, i4, skylink express and skylink Nottingham will run their usual route, serving all stops.
the cotgrave, the keyworth, mainline & skylink express
the cotgrave, the keyworth, mainline & skylink express will all divert along Canal Street & London Road to reach usual city centre stops.
Between 9.20am & 10.20am, we'll be unable to serve Trent Bridge & Central Avenue, West Bridgford, Wilford & Edwalton due to London Road being closed.
After 1pm the cotgrave, the keyworth, mainline & skylink express will run their usual route, serving all stops.
red arrow & 20
Between 9am-1pm red arrow & the 20 will start and end journeys at the University Entrance South stop, customers travelling to Nottingham will have to transfer onto indigo or skylink. This will be in both directions.
Your tickets bought on red arrow or the 20 will be valid when transferring onto indigo and skylink. QMC will not be served during this time.
Between 9am-12pm the two will not serve stops on Wollaton Road or Ilkeston Road between Glaisdale Drive and Canning Circus.
Having trouble reading the map? View the pdf here.
All other buses will be unaffected, however they may get caught in traffic so we advise that you plan your travel in good time.
How are we going to help?
We have committed to do all we can to help you on your trip and make it as easy as possible. We’ve made sure that…
- our team are ready to help and have all the information you may need
- you can still get to your destination, even if it means transferring on to some of our other routes
- We will still get you there as quickly and comfortably as we can, trying where possible to make sure your trip doesn’t take any longer than you expect.
We'll have team members on the ground to help keep you moving, and you can keep up to speed with news and alerts on our facebook and twitter pages.