Public transport can offer a cost effective alternative to travel by car, especially when you take into account the true costs of running a car – on top of the purchase costs, there’s fuel, tax, insurance, general maintenance and parking charges. It all adds up and with great deals on season tickets for bus and rail, there’s no better time to make the switch.

St Andrew’s View is well served by bus, with a summary of services at your nearest bus stops provided below:

First Bus services 51 and 52, which can be accessed via the nearby stops on Fountain Street, combine to provide regular connections to destinations including Morley, Leeds, Meanwood and Moor Allerton.

51 / 52 Timetable

Stops on Bruntcliffe Road, directly outside of the development, are served by the Arriva Bus service 213 and 201A. The 213 service provides an hourly connection to destinations including Dewsbury, Dewsbury Hospital, Batley and Morley. Service 201A operates on an evening only, connecting to Leeds, the White Rose Centre, Morley, Batley and Heckmondwike.

213 Timetable 201A Timetable

Arriva service 201 is also accessible from Scotchman Lane, operating through the daytime between Leeds, the White Rose Centre, Morley Batley and Heckmondwike.

201 Timetable

For bus timetables for all other services within West Yorkshire, please visit the WY Metro website.


As a new resident at St Andrew’s View you could claim a free annual MetroCard, providing free travel on local bus services for a year. Each household is able to claim one free MetroCard.



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.

Further useful links:

  • Leeds Bus Maps

    A map illustrating the route of all bus services within Leeds can be downloaded by clicking here

    Also available via the West Yorkshire Metro website are a range of additional maps from Leeds and beyond, including a useful plan illustrating the location of city centre bus stops.
  • Tickets & Passes

    Bus Services 201, 201A and 213 are provided by Arriva Bus who offer a range of ticketing options. For more information click here.

    Ticketing information for the 51/52 bus service (operated by First) can be found here.

    Alternatively for more general ticketing information, including details of the MCard, click here.
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  • YourNextBus - Live Departure Times

    You can now track the progress of your bus to check whether it is running early or late. Simply enter the service number, stop number or postcode on the West Yorkshire Metro website - click here
  • Useful Apps

    There are now a wide range of apps available that make planning and paying for public transport journeys a breeze.

    Metro have published a list of there most useful apps, which can be seen here

    Arriva and First have also launched some great apps, providing a live feed of bus locations allowing you to track a bus to its stop in real time. Find out more here and here