Meadowgate Point is well served by a growing number of bus services, with the recent addition of the X27 service adding to those which were already available locally.

The X27, operated by First Bus, is a new frequent service which connects Leeds, Cross Gates, The Springs/Thorpe Park and Garforth. It runs every 30 minutes through the daytime, Monday to Sunday, and hourly on an evening.

First Bus service 64 also operates every 30 minutes throughout the daytime Monday to Saturday, and hourly on an evening and Sunday. Service 64 connects Leeds, Cross Gates, Barwick and Aberford.

First Bus service 11 connects Leeds with destinations including Pudsey, Armley, Seacroft, Scholes and Cross Gates. It operates hourly throughout the daytime and evening, Monday to Sunday.

Each of the above services stop on Manston Lane, directly outside of Meadowgate Point. Service 40 also stops just a short walk away, on Pendas Way (and Manston Lane to the west of Pendas Way.

First Bus service 40 operates between Leeds, York Road, Cross Gates and Seacroft. This service operates every 15-minutes throughout the daytime Monday to Saturday, reducing to every 30-minutes on an evening and weekend.

FREE public transport for a year

As a new resident at Meadowgate Park you (or a member of the household) are entitled to a FREE annual MCard.

Online journey planner

The easiest way to plan a journey by public transport is to use the Metro online journey planner. Simply enter your journey start and end points and the times you wish to travel, and the online tool will do the rest.

  • View Timetables

    View X27 Timetable

    View 64 Timetable

    View 11 Timetable

    View 40 Timetable

    Full details of all other bus services within West Yorkshire can be found at the WY Metro website
  • Tickets & Passes

    Each of the nearest bus services are operated by First Bus, who offer a range of operator specific ticket options.

    Full details can be found on the First website, including details of where and how to buy your tickets. It's worth taking a look at the First mTicket App which allows you to buy and display your tickets on a smart phone ... no more need to find change and fumble around with paper tickets!

    If your journey by public transport regularly involves more than one bus operator, or a train journey, it is likely that an MCard may be the best options for you. MCards can eb used on most buses and trains within West Yorkshire.
  • Save on Your Commute

    If you regularly commute to work by bus it would be worth checking whether your employer facilitates workplace bus ticket discounting. Both First Bus, Arriva and Metro (MCard) have discount scheme in place which employers can sign up to, locking significant cost savings to individuals. Ask your employer today if you feel this would benefit you.
  • Get the Latest Apps

    Apps are changing the way that we plan journeys by bus, pay for tickets and avoid standing around at bus stops.

    First and Arriva, the two big operators in West Yorkshire, both have brilliant apps which let you see where your bus is in real-time (like on Uber!), plan journeys and much more.

    Download the latest apps today:
    First Bus Apps
    Arriva Bus Apps
  • Further Information

    A wide range of further information on catching the bus in West Yorkshire can be found at WY Metro

    Alternatively, you can find out more at the operator websites: First Bus
    Arriva Bus