Find all the information you need about Preston Bus Services, Service Updates and being able to track your bus with our Bus Tracker.
Our Tap&Go system is a new way to make travelling by bus simpler, cheaper and more convenient for you! You simply tap on with your contactless device when you get on the bus and tap off when you leave. It really is that simple.
Lancashire County Council has introduced two new bus routes, amalgamating, and replacing existing Services 312 & 313, to enhance existing provision and create new public transport links within West Lancashire.
New Services 311 & 31…
Make this Christmas Special.
For all your Christmas needs, from get togethers with friends or relatives too romantic dates with partners or first dates or just the usual Christmas shopping.
You will find everything you need in Preston so…
Our Tap&Go system is a way to make travelling by bus simpler, cheaper and more convenient for you! You simply tap on with your contactless card when you get on the bus and tap off when you leave. It really is that simple. No need to sta…
There seems to be some confusion over which tickets are to be used.
We are proud to announce that we now have another new bus in our group training fleet.
This one is a little bit special though as Preston Bus has been given a little mention.
Our Training School is based in Bolton but covers the uk for al…
This week we have the pleasure in introducing our brand new Preston App.
We have included new important features such as a Bus Tracker, RTI, Journey Planner and Next Stop Announcements are available, and we have been working with our digit…
Whether you want to reconnect with family, get out and about a bit more for your daily essentials, go shopping or simply meet up with friends for a good old natt…
Preston Bus at a event held at the Flag Market in Preston on Thursday 23rd June were pleased to launch and reveal to mark the anniversary year of Motor Buses in Preston, in which Preston Bus has been a part of from the start.
The first Cor…
The history of Preston Bus from then till now.
On 2nd May 1859, a gentleman by the name of Richard Vievers started a service of HORSE BUSES running between Preston and Fulwood, and so began public transport in Preston.