Middlesbrough bus station
The bus station is located in the centre of town, on Newport Road. View the location on Google Maps.
There are entrances from Newport Road and Captain Cook Square, both of which are fully accessible.
The bus station is open 364 days a year, closed only on Christmas Day.
Passengers can travel to destinations across Middlesbrough. Buses also link the town to the Tees Valley and the wider region, including Stockton, Hartlepool, Durham, Newcastle and Scarborough. Visit Connect Tees Valley for a list of routes and bus stop information (under Area Bus Maps). For timetables, please visit the websites of individual bus operators.
Long distance coaches to various national destinations including London can be boarded from the upstairs lounge, which is reachable by both stairs and a lift.
There are public toilets, including a Changing Place facility, as well as a number of shops.
The safety of visitors is of the utmost importance, and the council's work in offering security and reassurance to visitors, and reducing crime and disorder in the bus station, has been recognised with the Safer Bus Station award. Middlesbrough is the first bus station in the north east to be given this award.
Lost property services are available from 9am until 5pm. Please call 07836 582080 to report lost property.
The council decides the location of bus shelters and bus stops in consultation with residents and bus operators. To speak to us about the locations of bus shelters and stops, please call 01642 726001.
To report damage to a bus shelter, please contact Clear Channel by calling 0800 731 3699.