Peterborough Bus Times - Celebrating 20 Years!

Easy-to-use bus timetables for Peterborough, England. Use the menu on left to click on Routes for full timetables (usually in pdf format). The lists of departures to/from City or Country destinations are currently not being updated due to frequent changes to services during the pandemic. Established in 2000, this unofficial website was the first to feature timetables covering the whole area. Also includes bus maps, ticket information, and rail fares to London.

This and my other web pages are maintained in my spare time. I do my best to keep it up to date but cannot guarantee the information. Happy Travelling!  Brendan Fox.

To celebrate 20 Years of Peterborough Bus Times, here is a peek at my first efforts from Summer 2000!

Latest Updates (see News for details)

[27/10/2020] Delaine 203 Stamford - Deepings - Spalding has been renumbered 301/2. Delaine 102 has changed from September 28th, with the 0740 to Peterborough and all Saturday 102 journeys suspended. Face coverings continue to be compulsory on buses and trains and Stagecoach has an exact fare policy for the time being. Please see the ROUTES page for all the latest timetables. The eastern side of the bus station continues to be closed due to Queensgate building work; many Stagecoach services use the temporary bus station in Acland Street bus park. The Peterborough Rural Bus Map has been updated on October 27th with the latest changes (Delaine renumberings and Dews 45A Huntingdon - St Ives withdrawn).

For details of temporary route diversions and changes (due to roadworks, special events, weather etc) see the local Stagecoach page, Delaine's Twitter page, also First's Current Issues page for the Excel service.

Events and Partner Links

The next Fenland Busfest is planned to take place at Whittlesey on Sunday 16th May 2021, the 2020 event having been cancelled.
The Delaine Heritage Trust has cancelled all 2020 events but is planning a bus running day on Saturday 25th September 2021. The Delaine Bus Museum is currently closed but it is hoped that normal opening hours (second Saturday of the month March to October) can recommence on Saturday 13th March 2021.

A Christmas Carol
Just how many characters can one man play? Can he sing and make jokes at the same time? Join Lamphouse Theatre this Christmas to find out! With live music, packed full of family fun and side splitting comedy, Lamphouse's one man version of A Christmas Carol will bring you some much needed Christmas cheer! A Christmas Carol will be performed live in the Key Theatre Studio with socially distanced seating. If, for any reason, the show cannot go ahead, a film version will be available for you to watch online. Performances are every day from December 15th to 24th, and full details can be found on the Lamphouse Theatre website. And don't forget you can support your local theatre company by subscribing through Lamphouse on Demand to see videos of a host of previous hilarious shows.