Leeds has a big network of buses and trains which usually run from around 5am – 11pm, depending on the route. These can be used to get around the city centre or out into other parts of the city.
If you're going to use public transport West Yorkshire Metro is a great source of information, including bus and train times, route maps, fares/ticket prices and a journey planner.
There are a range of bus passes which offer travel subsidies for seniors and people with disabilities including sensory impairment.
First Bus and Arriva offer Journey Assistance Cards for passengers who may have limited vision or hearing, difficulty in communicating (including if English is not your first language), special educational needs or for passengers who need extra time or help to find a seat.