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Service changes from 7 April

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Service changes from 7 April

From 7 April 2019, there will be changes to some services in Western Gateshead and Derwentside.


ToonLink 6 & 6A

  • There will be changes to times of a small number of journeys on this service.
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Tyne Valley Ten 10, 10A & 10B

  • There will be some changes to times of some journeys on this service.
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Blaydon Racer 12 & 12A

  • This service will now observe all stops on Scotswood Road.
  • There are no changes to the timetable.
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Services 15 & 15A

  • There will be small changes to the timetable on Sundays.
  • No changes to times Monday-Saturday.
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Durham Diamond 16 & 16A

  • There will be some minor changes to times of this service.
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Venture 30

  • To improve reliability, one journey per hour will now run as service 30A, omitting Quaking Houses.
  • To maintain two buses per hour to Quaking Houses, journeys on service M6 which run to South Stanley will additionally run via Quaking Houses, which also offers passengers from this area a new direct link to Metrocentre.
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Red Kite 45, 46 & 47


Coast & Country 78 & 78A

  • The final journey from Consett on Sundays will now run as service 78 and is extended to Chester-le-Street.
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intu Metrocentre Mini M6, M7 & M8

  • There will be changes to times of a small number of journeys on this service.
  • Service M6 journeys which run to South Stanley will additionally serve Quaking Houses.
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Venture V1 & V2

  • The final journey on a Sunday is retimed to 11.25pm.
  • There are no other changes to times.
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Venture V11

  • This new service will run every 15 minutes between Consett and Hownsgill Park.
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ToonLink X30, X31 & X32

  • There will be changes to the times of some journeys.
  • An extra trip will run on weekdays from Stanley at 4.50pm to Newcastle.
  • To improve accessibility in Newcastle City Centre, there will be an additional stop at St Mary’s Place on services X31 and X32 for passengers to alight on the way into Newcastle.
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ToonLink X70 & X71

  • There will be changes to the times of some journeys.
  • To improve accessibility in Newcastle City Centre, there will be an additional stop at St Mary’s Place for passengers to alight on the way into Newcastle.
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