Photo of a Stagecoach Bus

Following the announcement by the UK Government of a new bus, tram and light rail restart programme, Stagecoach have confirmed plans for a phased step up in services as more people return to work and other parts of daily life re-open.


From Sunday 31 May, four of their Cambridge Park and Ride services will be back in operation.

There will also be further service changes across East from Sunday 14 June and Stagecoach will be providing further details on this in the next few days.


Further information and timetables can be found here on Stagecoach website:


All of Stagecoach bus services, with the exception of the Universal in Cambridge, are back to normal and running a full service from Monday 1 June. They are also continuing to provide free travel to NHS staff.

Also to note that they are looking for all suggestions to the 478 and X3 services serving Godmanchester as part of a project that they are working on with both Cambridgeshire County Council and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority. They will be increasing capacity to allow for all to travel who need to, including the possible introduction of low height double deck vehicles on the busiest trips – their previous double deckers are just slightly too tall for the new height restriction under the old A14 at Huntingdon rail station.