Durham city's new bus station

1 month ago Wed 3rd Jan 2024

Durham City Bus Station

The new bus station in Durham City Centre will open to the public on Sunday 7 January 2024.

The new £10.4m bus station is located on the site of the former bus station on North Road in Durham City Centre, and is a modern transport hub that offers a safe and welcoming space for residents and visitors. It has increased space for passengers and new facilities, including toilets, a changing places unit, improved information displays, and additional seating in the passenger waiting area.

Check out our guide below for where each service will stop in Durham City Centre, or view our map here:

Service Destination/Route Stop
16/16A Shotley Bridge
via Sacriston, Edmondsley, Craghead, Stanley, Dipton Consett
Bus Station F
Millburngate B
20 Langley Park
via Arnison Centre, Nettlesworth, Sacriston, Witton Gilbert
Bus Station E
20/20A Sunderland
via Belmont, West Rainton, Houghton-le-Spring, East Herrington
Bus Station D
Millburngate A
21 Brandon
via Nevilles Cross, Langley Moor
Bus Station C
21 Newcastle
via Arnison Centre, Chester-le-Street, Birtley, Low Fell, Gateshead
Bus Station G
50 South Shields
via Arnison Centre, Waldridge Park, Chester-le-Street, Washington
Bus Station H
65 Seaham
via Belmont, Low Pittington, Hetton-le-Hole, Murton, Dalton Park
Bus Station E
Millburngate A
N21 Durham South Road Colleges North Road A
N21 Newcastle
via Framwellgate Moor, Chester le Street, Birtley, Low Fell, Gateshead
North Road B
X5/X15 Castleside
via Witton Gilbert, Lanchester, Delves, Consett, Moorside
Bus Station F
Millburngate B
X21 Newcastle
via Chester-le-Street, Low Fell, Gateshead
Bus Station G
X21 West Auckland
via Spennymoor, Bishop Auckland
Bus Station H
X62 Peterlee
via Belmont, High Pittington, South Hetton, Easington, Horden
Bus Station D
Millburngate A