Free bus journeys scheme for March
Bus journeys that start and end within the city of Newport boundaries will be free until 31 March on scheduled services run by the following operators:
It will also apply to the on-demand Fflecsi service which is commissioned and funded by Transport for Wales.
It will operate alongside the concessionary fare scheme, and concessionary pass holders will need to present their pass to ensure the correct level of funding is obtained from the Welsh Government.
While people who have already purchased a monthly or annual pass will not automatically benefit from the initiative, they could cancel the pass or defer purchase within the promotional period.
Pupils using school or scheduled services within the city can also travel for free.
Traveline Cymru is the public transport information service for Wales covering bus and train travel.
Call 0300 200 2233 for timetable and journey planning information, calls are charged at a local rate.
Newport Transport is the main bus service provider in the city.
National Express coaches connect Newport with UK towns, cities and airports.
Download a plan of Newport bus station and operators' stands (pdf)
Fflecsi bus services
Newport Bus, in partnership with TfW and the council, is now operating the Fflecsi bus service across the city to complement and enhance scheduled services.
Buses run from 6am until 11pm Monday to Saturday and from 9am until 7pm on Sunday. The scheme aims to make it easier for residents to get to work, school or appointments, for shopping, meeting friends or connecting with other buses and trains.
Buses are booked through the app or over the phone.
Once booked, Newport Bus is able to guarantee that you will have a seat and enough space to respect social distancing guidelines.
Fares are paid on the bus and are the same as on the scheduled Newport Bus services. Concessionary passes and MyTravel Pass are also valid.
Visit the Fflecsi website for further details
My Travel Pass offers discounted bus journeys to 16-21 year olds
Community bus services
Newport's Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) operates between Bishton, Redwick, Llanwern village and Newport city centre and Spytty retail park.
Telephone (01633) 211202 between 9am and 5pm to book your seat giving your name, address, telephone number, pick up point, required pick up time, destination and the number of people travelling.
Download the Demand Responsive Transport leaflet (pdf) for full details.
Read about the Grass Routes community transport scheme