Peterborough Bus Times
Easy-to-use bus timetables for Peterborough, England. Established in 2000, this unofficial website was the first to feature timetables covering the whole area. Also includes coach timetables, bus maps, ticket information, and rail fares to London.
This and my other web pages are maintained in my spare time and are located at www.globestudios.co.uk, or type www.pbt.org.uk for a shortcut direct to this page. I do my best to keep it up to date but cannot guarantee the information. Happy Travelling! Brendan Fox, Peterborough.
Latest Updates (see News for details)
[26/01/2016] Stagecoach 31 and 33 have new timings from January 4th. Delaine 201 has been extended beyond Stamford to Bourne from January 18th with a revised timetable. National Express 350 no longer calls at Huntingdon.
For details of temporary route diversions and changes (due to roadworks, special events, weather etc) see the local Stagecoach page, the City Council's Service Alterations and Disruptions page, and Delaine's Twitter page.
Events and Partner Links
The programme of Bus Walks covers up to the end of April 2016.
The 2016 Fenland BusFest will take place at Whittlesey on Sunday 15th May featuring vintage buses and a network of free bus routes.
The 2016 Peterborough Bus Rally will take place on Sunday 10th July at Sacrewell Farm, including free heritage bus trips.
Enthusiasts interested in the local bus scene are recommended to join the Anglia & Thames Valley Bus Forum. Fleetbooks and other interesting publications are available from Steven Knight Media whilst Here To There Publishing produce a range of comprehensive area-wide printed timetables. Want to hire a classic Routemaster bus for a wedding or other special event? Local company A1bus.co.uk can help.
Mask Theatre will be performing Bernard Shaw's masterpiece Pygmalion in the Key Theatre Studio from Wednesday March 30th to Saturday 2nd April at 7.45 pm. Seats are just £10 and can be purchased from the Key Theatre box office either online or by telephone on 01733 207239. Professor of phonetics Henry Higgins makes a bet that he can train a bedraggled Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, to pass for a duchess at an ambassador's garden party by teaching her to assume a veneer of gentility, the most important element of which, he believes, is impeccable speech. The play has been adapted numerous times, most notably as the musical and film My Fair Lady.