Sunday 10th April 2016
Go North East Service Changes

Go North East are making changes to various routes across the area from Sunday 17 April, mainly to improve the reliability of their services. The changes are as follows...

Service 4 (Connections): The weekday 0601 bus from Concord towards Houghton-le-Spring will now start from Heworth at 0548.

Service 5 (Whey-Aye-Five-O): Service will be retimed to improve reliability and will be branded Whey Aye Five-O. Additionally will serve Jarrow Morrison's on Monday-Saturday daytimes.

Service 6 (Northern): A revised timetable is being introduced to improve reliability. Journeys on weekdays before 0900 and after 1600 will stop at all stops through Dunston following requests from customers.

Service 8/8A (Coast & Country): Minor timetable changes, with the Saturday 0752 journey from Newfield to Stanley replaced by a journey on X30 from No Place to Stanley.

Service 11/11A: A revised timetable is being introduced to improve reliability. Buses will run via Scotswood Road instead of Newcastle Business Park at off peak times.

Service 12/12A (Toonlink): Timetable revised to improve reliabilty.

Service 21 (Angel): Timetable to revised to improve reliabilty. Most journeys from Newcastle that previously terminated at Chester-le-Street Black Horse will now terminate at Chester-le-Street Red Lion.

Service 30 (Venture): The weekday journey at 0805 from Stanley is revised to run in school holidays only. There will also be an additional journey added at 0740 from Stanley. A small number of journeys are retimed to maintain connections with the revised X30.

Service 34/34A (Lambton Worm): Final journey on Monday-Saturday will be retimed to run 5 minutes later to maintain a connection with Angel 21 which is also changing.

Service 45/46/47 (Red Kite): Running time has been revised to improve reliability. Evening & Sunday journeys on service 47 no longer operate via High Spen Bus Stand, with all journeys operating the normal daytime route. A small number of late evening journeys will run as Service 45E via Blackhall Mill. The 45, 46 and 47 services will be ran by both single and double-deck buses.

Service 50 (Whey-Aye-Five-O): Service retimed to improve reliability, and diverted via Ayton to re-instate service in this area following passenger requests. Sunday daytime service now runs as normal service 50, with passengers from Rickleton being able to travel on new service 82B.

Service 78/78A/X78 (Coast & Country): The Monday to Saturday 2240 journey from Consett to Stanley will now terminate at Stanley Bus Station, with the service to Thatcher’s Foot and Shield Row now being operated on the V7 service. On Sundays, buses running as 78A will serve Beamish Museum entrance. The weekday morning X78 journey has also been retimed.

Service 82/82A/82B: Sunday service revised. All Sunday journeys omit SavaCentre Car Park. Alternate Sunday journeys run as service 82B, which additionally serve Harraton and Rickleton, omitting The Drive, Windemere and Dunvegan.

Service 88/88A (South Tyne): Timetable revised to improve reliability. Journeys before 0900 on weekdays omit Jarrow Morrisons.

Service 92: 1608 and 1708 journeys from Team Valley are retimed to run 10 minutes later throughout.

Service 95: The Sunday timetable has been revised to improve reliability

Service 96/96A: Timetable revised to improve reliability

Service V7 (Venture): The final V7 journey to Stanley on Mondays to Saturdays will be diverted via Thatcher’s Foot & Shield Row to replace the 78A.

Service X21 (The Castles Express): Evening and Sunday journeys which connect with Angel 21 retimed to improve reliability.

Service X30/x31/X32 (Toonlink): A revised timetable will be introduced to improve reliability. An additional X30 journey will run on Saturday mornings to replace a 78A between No Place and Stanley.

Service X70/X71/X72 (Northern): A revised timetable will be introduced to improve reliability.

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