In line with the latest government guidance, we've put in place further measures in England to help customers practice social distancing. This includes limiting the available seats on buses.
Face coverings are compulsory when using public transport in England and Scotland. In Wales you must wear a 3 layer face covering on public transport and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt. It is also now compulsory to wear face coverings when using indoor public transport hubs in England only.
The safety of our customers and employees is our priority, so please avoid busy times, use contactless payment and take your litter with you. For up to date information see our Coronavirus page
03 Jul 2017
Now in its fourth year, the campaign aims to be bigger and better than ever, and to achieve this we need Stagecoach’s many customers to get behind this great initiative. With this opportunity, we can help people out and about – to job interviews, to visit family, to get out and explore and help bring society together. By getting the bus, everyone can travel safely, without hassle, and in comfort!
One of the great benefits of bus travel is that there’s loads of things you can do on board that you can’t do while driving, from Facetiming to TV-watching! Here are some of our favourite things to do on the bus…
Getting on the bus gives you a great chance to catch up with friends, and using the free wifi on many Stagecoach buses you can go beyond phone calls and catch up face-to-face
Over a year you could make 936 twenty-minute FaceTime calls!
On the bus alone, you could watch up to 14 series a year, which is plenty of time to get through the greats like Game of Thrones, Mad Men and Breaking Bad. The Monday blues will never feel the same again!
Or, if you’d prefer to get lost in a book, then why not read one of the 52 that you could read! Or why not use your time on board learn a new language? With 312 hours to spend you could be well on your way to fluency in a year.