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 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, or type 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)

[14/03/2019] Routes 61 and 62 lose their evening journeys (and journeys before 0600) from March 31st. Stagecoach X4 has a new timetable from January with earlier departures and a revised route in Oundle due to a weight restriction on the river bridge (however it is currently also diverted via Cotterstock - see the news page). The summary of Rail Fares to London has been further updated to reflect the removal of the evening restriction on the Great Northern Off-Peak Day Return.

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 2019 Fenland Busfest will take place at Whittlesey on Sunday 19th May, 2019, featuring heritage buses and free rides. There will be a frequent service to Ramsey for the Classic Car Show.
The 2019 Peterborough Bus Rally will take place on Sunday 16th June, 2019, at Sacrewell Farm, with free trips on heritage and modern buses to Peterborough and the Nene Valley Railway at Wansford. Note change of date.
The Delaine Heritage Trust will be holding a bus rally on Saturday 28th September 2019 with a heritage bus service between Bourne and Stamford, and heritage tours to Rippingdale. The Delaine Bus Museum will also be open on the second Saturday of the month between March and October.

Peterborough Mask Theatre will be performing The Lady in the Van by Alan Bennett at the Key Theatre on Wednesday 17th to Saturday 20th April 2019 at 7:45pm (plus 2:30pm Matinee on Saturday). This warm and funny play is the story of The Lady, Miss Shepherd, who proudly lived in her increasingly distasteful camper van and how she inexplicably arrived in Alan Bennett's driveway. He expected it to be for a couple of months. She stayed 15 years.
Book through the Key Theatre website or the box office on 01733 207239.