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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


In Wales you must wear a 3 layer face covering on public transport and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt.
In Wales you must wear a 3 layer face covering on public transport and put it on before travelling unless you are exempt.
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Newcastle proposed changes

Customers encouraged to have their say on bus routes in Newcastle

15 Feb 2017

Bus passengers in Newcastle are being encouraged to have their say on a number of routes across the city from services provided by Stagecoach North East.

Survey shows substantail financial boost for people who commute by bus rather than car

06 Feb 2017

New national research has found that people who use the bus to commute are on average £1,000 better off than those travelling to work by car.
South Shields donation to CLIC Sargent

Bus driving santas in South Shields raise thousands for charity during December

06 Feb 2017

Drivers from a South Shields depot have raised a staggering £4,200 for charity by spreading some Christmas cheer as they drove their buses during the run up to Christmas.
Sunderland driving santa

Bus driving santas in Sunderland raise thousands for charity during December

06 Feb 2017

Stagecoach North East bus drivers from Sunderland raised £2,700 for charity by spreading some Christmas cheer as they drove their buses during the run-up to Christmas.