Tags: service changes
Temporary COVID bus timetables from 16 January
From Saturday 16 January, we will be making some temporary changes to our services in light of the government’s latest COVID restrictions.
Changes to a small number of services during lockdown
Almost all our services are running to their normal timetables, so we’re here when you need us during the national lockdown. However, we are making minor changes to a small number of evening and seasonal services which are not required during the lockdown.
Service increases and changes from 31 October
From Saturday 31 October, we'll be increasing some services further and making changes to a small number of others.
Further increases to services from Saturday 5 September
We'll be making further changes to help support local shops, businesses, leisure venues, schools and colleges.
Weekend service increases from Saturday 4 July
From Saturday 4 July, we’ll be increasing our weekend services, whilst also maintaining the early morning key worker journeys we’ve been running, to help support the opening of more shops, pubs and some leisure businesses.
Go North East continues to keep the wheels moving during coronavirus situation with changes from 23 March
At these unprecedented times, the region’s largest bus company, Go North East, are working hard to maintain services but customer demand and available resources are significantly reducing, so from Monday 23 March the bus operator will still be running routes but to Sunday frequencies.
More express journeys for customers travelling between Durham, Chester-le-Street and Newcastle
From 26 January, the X-lines X21 service will be improved to run every 15 minutes between Durham, Chester-le-Street and Newcastle.
Bus service changes from 26 January 2020
There will be changes to some Go North East bus services from 26 January 2020. Big improvements to X-lines X21 with buses running every 15 minutes between Durham and Newcastle. A new 311 service will be introduced, running every 20 minutes between Hadrian Park, High Farm, Coast Road and Newcastle.
Stanley Bus Station – partial stand closures from 9 December
Durham County Council are working on partially closing Stanley Bus Station after 6pm to try and reduce anti-social behaviour.
Service changes from 27 October
We'll be making changes to a small number of services from Sunday 27 October.
Changes to services 6, 6A, 704, Q3, X30 and X31 from 29 September
Following feedback from customers regarding the times of journeys on an evening, journeys on services 6, 6A, X30 and X31 after approximately 7pm will change times, to provide improved connections with other services and better journeys home for shift workers.
South Shields Interchange opens on 4 August
The current bus stops at Market Place, Chapter Row, Keppel Street and Denmark Centre will be closed. This means the route buses take in South Shields will change, along with the stops which are served.
Service changes from 7 April
From 7 April 2019, there will be changes to some services in Western Gateshead and Derwentside.
Service changes in North Tyneside from 24 March
From 24 March 2019, there will be changes to some services in North Tyneside.
Go North East supporting passengers in Durham and Tees Valley affected by Arriva strike
The region's largest bus operator Go North East will be deploying extra buses during the week-long strike planned by drivers at the Arriva bus company from 6th - 12th January which will affect Arriva’s services operating in Durham and Teesside.
Go North East is keen to reassure customers that all its services, operating throughout Tyne & Wear, Northumberland, County Durham and the Tees Vall
Changes to services 42 and 42A from 6 January
From 6 January 2019, there will be some minor amendments to services 42/42A due to the upcoming roadworks around Benton Asda.
During Monday-Saturday daytimes, the service will no longer run to Wallsend Metro. There will be minor changes to the timetable to allow for the revised route, and to improve reliability.
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