Travelling with buses in Brighton

Using buses in Brighton


Brighton and Hove live timetableTraveling around Brighton and surrounding areas is very easy. Depending on where you want to go, you can use either Brighton and Hove busesCountryliner, Stagecoach, Metrobus or The Big Lemon buses.

Most of the routes are covered by local Brighton and Hove buses. Almost every bus stop has a live timetables and if there is no disruption, buses are on time. You can buy tickets on the bus from the driver, in 1 Stop Travel (16 Old Steine),  at post office,  in local corner shops or online. They offer wide range of tickets, from single to 12 months bus pass. In local shops and online orders are about 10% cheaper than buying tickets on the bus from the driver.

Surroundings areas are covered with Countryliner, Stagecoach and  Metrobus. Countyliner no. 40 is going to Haywards Heath and Cuckfield. Stagecoach no. 700 is going along sea to Worthing, Arundel or Portsmouth and Metrobus no. 273 can take you to Hurstpierpoint, Bolney and Crawley. Price of the ticket depend on your destination.

Drivers are happy to help and advise if you have any problems finding the right bus.