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Further increases to services from Saturday 5 September

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Further increases to services from Saturday 5 September

Most services are already running to timetables similar to their pre-coronavirus times, and we’re making further increases from Saturday 5 September to help support local shops, businesses, leisure venues, schools and colleges.

Services will return to their normal evening and Sunday frequencies, making it even easier to reconnect with the faces and places you love.

You can view all the new timetables in our timetables and maps section – simply select your service and change the calendar to your desired date.

From the same date, there will also be some changes to some services and the reintroduction of others that haven’t been running recently.


X9 | X10

  • From Saturday 5 September, we’re introducing coaches to the service. From the change date there will be some temporary coaches running on the service until the newer coaches arrive.
  • There will also be a change to stops in Newcastle - the services will no longer serve Eldon Square Bus Station, instead using the bus stop opposite St Andrew’s Church, near The Gate.
  • View timetable


Durham Cathedral Bus

  • This service will be reintroduced from Saturday 5 September.
  • View timetable


Night Bus N21

  • This service will be reintroduced from Saturday 5 September, running every week in the early hours of Saturday and Sunday mornings.
  • View timetable


X-lines X45 & X46

  • Sunday journeys will be fully reinstated on services X45 and X46, to replace the V3 and V4 Sunday journeys.
  • View timetable


CityLink 58

  • From Saturday 5 September, the route will be changed in Newcastle city centre, so that the service runs via Central Motorway, Hole in the Wall to Market Street East.
  • The service will start from Market Street East instead of New Bridge Street.
  • View timetable


School buses

  • We’ll also be reintroducing our school services and adding duplicate journeys on some busy trips that school children use.
  • Find out more

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