This page uses content from Wikipedia and is licensed under CC BY-SA.
|Service area||West Yorkshire|
|Service type||Bus services|
|Routes||27 (October 2013)|
|Fleet||113 (October 2013)|
The Keighley Bus Company is a bus operator based in Keighley, West Yorkshire. It is a subsidiary of Transdev Blazefield. Commencing in July 2016, the business is progressively being rebranded from Transdev in Keighley.
In 1948, along with other companies that were then part of the Tilling Group, West Yorkshire Road Car Company was nationalised. In 1968 West Yorkshire Road Car Company became part of the National Bus Company.
In 1987 West Yorkshire Road Car Company was sold in a management buyout to former East Yorkshire Motor Services managing director Alan Stephenson's AJS Group and in December 1988 split into smaller companies, one of which was Keighley & District Travel Limited.
In January 2006 Keighley & District Travel was included in the sale of Blazefield Travel to Transdev. Keighley & District was rebranded as Transdev in Keighley. Starting from July 2016, the company is again being rebranded, this time as the Keighley Bus Company.
As of 20 September 2017, The Keighley Bus Company is also operating route 8 between Selby and Drax after the fall of Utopia Coaches.
As of October 2016, the Keighley Bus Company operates 35 routes.
The key marketed service is The Aireline 60 , which operates between Keighley and Leeds via Bingley and Shipley. The Keighley Bus Company also operates the marketed 'Dalesway' 66 service between Keighley and Skipton.
In 2016, the Keighley Bus Company gained the contract for routes 963 (Wharfedale Hospital to Holt Park, 966 (Yeadon/Guiseley circular) and 967 (Leeds Bradford Airport to Menston). It uses the brand "Wharfedale Links" for these services. The Keighley Bus Company did then gain the route 965 (Otley/Weston Circular) from First Leeds. 
As at October 2013 the fleet consisted of 113 buses.
Media related to Keighley & District (bus company) at Wikimedia Commons