We have a wide range of excellent public and community transport in the Borough.
On this page you will find details of these transport services. For school transport please visit our School Transport page.
The council operates three Community Transport bus services. These services are a transport option for individuals who are unable to, or have difficulty accessing local bus services.
To use the services you must become a member and agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions of use.
Call us on 01642 528499 to apply for a membership card. We will need a photograph to process your membership card. If you do not have a passport style photograph that you can send to us, call into one of the customer service centres within the Stockton, Thornaby and Bllingham Libraries Monday to Thursday 8.30am - 5pm, Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm or Saturday 9.30am – 12.30pm.
Once we have a photograph of you a membership card will be issued within five working days.
Your bus pass is not transferable for anyone to give their pass for friends and relatives to use.
Information about public transport in Stockton and the rest of the Tees Valley is available on the Connect Tees Valley website. This website is the one-stop shop for information about bus, train, foot, cycle, rail and air travel in the Tees Valley.
For information about how to access Stockton Town Centre by public transport, why not have a look at the Stockton High Street Stand Information.
Visit our Bus Pass Information page for information on bus passes.
The Council receive a Bus Service Operator Grant. The Annual Outputs Report provides detail on how this grant has been used in 2017-18.
The following are links to train timetables of operators who provides services from Stockton, Billingham, Allens West, Thornaby, Yarm and Eaglescliffe:
Other useful public transport information can be found at:
For further information please email [email protected]