Bus stops, shelters and electronic displays
Report a problem with a bus stop
Report a problem with a bus stops, shelter or electronic timetable.
Bus stop requests
If you want to request a new bus stop, shelter or electronic display please contact us:
Electronic bus stop signs
On-street displays at bus stops provide real-time passenger information which keeps you up to date with how the bus is running, in 'real-time.'
What the display means
When a service is not running with real-time information, the scheduled departure time will be displayed, for example 12:39. When a bus is being tracked and that data is being fed to on-street displays, the departure time will count down in minutes, for example 5min. Once the vehicle has passed the stop, the service will disappear from the display.
If a tracked bus is stationary in traffic, signs will reflect this by recalculating the expected arrival time. This may result in an increased waiting time.
Bus companies are responsible for supplying timetable data which is fed into the real-time system.