Access to services will be limited as a result of the necessary changes and measures that will introduced as a result of coronavirus.
Bus passes and rail card services will be by appointment only.
Initially, the following libraries will reopen for appointment-based services only, including a Select and Collect service -
- Hull Central Library in Albion Street from 9.30am on Thursday 9 July
- Bransholme Library at North Point Shopping Centre from 1.30pm on Thursday 9 July
- Fred Moore Library in Wold Road from 10am Thursday 9 July
- Greenwood Avenue Library in Greenwood Avenue from 2pm on Wednesday 8 July
- Ings Library in Savoy Road from 2pm on Thursday 9 July
- Western Library in The Boulevard from 10am on Saturday 11 July
To use the Select and Collect service call 01482 210000 or email email@example.com
The following libraries will initially remain closed -
- Avenues Library in Chanterlands Avenue
- East Park Library in East Park
- Freedom Centre Library in Preston Road
- Gipsyville Library in North Road
- Longhill Library in Shannon Road
- Waudby Library in The Waudby Centre, Annandale Road
Safety measures will be in place at Hull libraries to protect staff and service users.
All councils are obliged to fulfill the requirements of the English National Concessionary Transport Scheme (ENCTS); this provides travel to senior citizens and some disabled people within certain criteria.
Whilst the person may travel free of charge bus companies are reimbursed by the local authority for the area where a journey commenced. Any council is able to provide a service over and above that requirement but when doing so can only offer this benefit where it is responsible for payment for example, journeys commencing within that area.
This scheme in Hull allows for travel 24 hours a day every day, passes are valid on regular bus services only and not excursions.
Hull residents can use their passes for journeys starting within Hull, and journeys extending outside the city boundary. If for instance a Hull resident left at 8am to go to Withernsea over night and left Withernsea the following day at 8am to come home their pass would be valid for the outbound journey but not for the home bound journey.
East Hull Community Transport
This organisation is misnamed and provides a dial a ride service across the whole of the city for those who would otherwise find travel very difficult. We provide financial support to enable them to operate this service.
It is possible for a disabled person to be provided with a pass that allows a carer to travel with them free of charge provided that the disabled person would not otherwise be able to travel.
For more information on Senior bus passes and Disability bus passes please access below -
Easy Rider Wallet scheme
Intended for the disabled the Easy Rider Wallet is bright orange with plastic pockets into which the holder can place important information, helping to make using public transport easier and making people more independent. The wallet alerts bus, taxi drivers and Paragon Interchange staff, that the holder may need assistance.
To obtain a wallet use the email address below or write to
93 Jameson Street
There is currently no charge for this service
Alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org