Peterborough Bus Times - Celebrating 20 Years!

Easy-to-use bus timetables for Peterborough, England. Use the menu on left to click on City or Country for your locality, or on Routes for full timetables. 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 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)

[26/06/2020] Face coverings are compulsory on buses from June 15th. X4 has a revised timetable from July 5 but Peterborough timings remain the same. Peterborough Citi services and Busway B were increased in frequency from Sunday June 14th. Delaine 101/102 reverted to normal timetable from June 15th, with the Sunday service restored. Stagecoach has an exact fare policy for the time being. Please see the ROUTES page for all the latest temporary timetables. The eastern side of the bus station is closed due to Queensgate building work, with many Stagecoach services moving to a temporary bus station in Acland Street bus park.  NEW FEATURE: Peterborough Rural Bus Map.

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 2020 Fenland Busfest was due to take place at Whittlesey in May - the current plan is to hold this event on Sunday 11th October.
Following the success of the 2019 event, the Delaine Heritage Trust plan to hold a bus running day on Saturday 26th September 2020 featuring a heritage bus service and guest vehicles. The Delaine Bus Museum is currently closed until further notice.

When Actors are Forced to Make Films...
During June and July 2020, Lamphouse Theatre is devising and filming its new musical comedy, Peterborough Ate My Hamster. A hamster goes missing, the Mayor's plot is foiled and Peterborough is changed forever. This new project follows on from their hilarious weekly live streams which included Macbeth from their Suitcase Shakespeare serious, War of the Worlds (on a budget), Musical the Musical Musical, CSI Cambridgeshire, Super Hero and many more. For a small monthly contribution subscribe to LAMPHOUSE ON DEMAND to see these and a host of past productions such as Jungle Book and This is Peterborough, their one hour romp about the history of our marvellous city. Go to the theatre by staying in and supporting Lamphouse!