- From 26 January 2015, to better match the level of service to the number of passengers travelling, the frequency of the service will be revised to every 15 minutes on Monday-Friday daytimes between Wallsend, High Farm and Hadrian Park.
- The frequency of the route between Wallsend, Rosehill and Hadrian Park will remain unchanged.
Service 40 runs every ten minutes between Wallsend and Hadrian Park via Station Road, High Farm and Battle Hill. Buses will extend to/from Wallsend via Howdon and Rosehill every 30 minutes as service 41, maintaining the link between these places and Battle Hill/Howdon.
Together the 41 and 80 provide a bus every 15 minutes between Howdon (Coniston Road/Ridley Avenue) and Wallsend town centre.
We've some great deals and offers to help you get the best value for money on your bus travel.
Our MoneySaver guide gives you through all of the fares and tickets that are available for travel on our services so you can get the best deal for your journey.
If an employer buys your ticket for you, you could save even more money on the price of individual 28 day tickets - contact us for full details.
Help and Advice
We want you to enjoy using our services and are working hard to make sure you find them easy and reliable to use.
You can speak to our Service Delivery Manager for North Tyne Links, who will be out and about on the buses.
Our customer services team can be contacted by Freepost, telephone or e-mail
Cleaner buses - Our Kite Mark explained
Go North East has one of the cleanest bus fleets of its size in the country and to make it even easier for you to see how well your bus is doing to help look after the environment, we have introduced a new ‘kite mark’ on our buses.
Using simple illustrations based on a red kite bird taking flight, each symbol lets you see at-a-glance how each of our buses meet European standards on emissions. Find out more about cleaner engines.