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Bus Service Improvement Plan changes are about to begin

12:58 pm, Tuesday, 2nd May 2023 - 1 year ago


The initial changes from the Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP) will begin from Sunday 7 May.

It is hoped that these changes will make bus travel a more attractive option for residents, with the introduction of increased coverage and better accessibility across the borough. The improvements aim to provide more direct bus links between the region’s key locations – providing better access to schools and colleges, new housing developments and shopping areas. 

Please remember to check the new bus timetables before travelling by visiting

Below are the listed changes to the local Stagecoach bus service which will commence this Sunday:

  • The new 3 and 4 services (between Morrisons and Cleethorpes Pier) – new 3 or 4 service on a Sunday evening at 6:45pm between Grimsby Town Centre and Morrisons.
  • The 5 service (Grimsby to Immingham) will continue to run every 30 minutes. New Sunday services will go via Ladysmith Rd to Tesco at Hewitts Circus.
  • The 6 service running between Wybers Wood and Cleethorpes Pier every 30 minutes (Monday – Saturday) via Ladysmith Road and Clee Road.
  • The 8 service (Grimsby Town Centre to New Waltham). New extension to Westward Ho providing improved connections to Franklin College. Service will also run along Kings Road and Cleethorpes sea front terminating at Cleethorpes Pier.
  • The 9/10 service (Waltham to Cleethorpes) will run every 15 minutes including an extended route to Tesco Hewitt’s Circus.
  • The 12 service (New Waltham to Bradley Park) will operate every half an hour between Grimsby Town Centre and Bradley Park. There will also be an hourly service between Grimsby Town Centre and New Waltham.
  • The 51 service will maintain itshourly service between Grimsby and Louth with some minor changes to the timetable.
  • The 250 service will no longer run to Cleethorpes and will terminate at Grimsby Town Centre. Passengers wishing to travel along Hainton Avenue and Clee Road should use the new 6 or 7 services.   

These changes are funded from the Department for Transport as part of the Bus Service Improvement Plan awarded funding of £4.7m.

Bus service events in Grimsby and Cleethorpes

North East Lincolnshire Council, its delivery partner Equans, and Stagecoach East Midlands will be holding public engagement events: between 10am to 2pm on Wednesday 10 May at the Bull Ring, Grimsby, and on Sea Road, Cleethorpes, outside the crazy golf course, on Thursday 11 May, between 10am and 2pm.

These events provide an opportunity to ask questions about the new timetables. Leaflets and printed copies of the timetables will be available for you to take away.

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