A local bus operator serving the Fylde Coast with a high frequency bus network linking Lytham, St Annes, Blackpool, Bispham, Fleetwood, Cleveleys & Poulton. Our network is a cost-effective way of travelling around the Fylde Coast area, utilising high visibility buses and easy to follow timetables to make your journey easy and pleasurable. We also operate the world famous Blackpool tramway which runs for 11 miles along the coast.
Getting around Blackpool and the Fylde Coast couldn’t be easier with Blackpool Transport Services. We operate 0bus and tram services for local people and tourists all year round. With over 125 years experience in moving people around, our great transport network will ensure you get to enjoy everything Blackpool has to offer.
Blackpool continues to be one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations and we want visitors as well as locals to be able to experience all the attractions of this cheery coastal town. There is plenty to see and do in Blackpool and its surrounding areas, so hop on board a Blackpool Transport bus or tram and let us take you there! Individual timetable guides to all our services and network maps are available from our Travel Centres at Market Street,Town Centre, next door to BHS (open daily) and our main office at Rigby Road (open Monday to Friday)
Why not try one of our Blackpool1 Tickets to travel all over the Fylde Coast. Blackpool1 Tickets give unlimited travel on both buses and trams (see the full range in the Ticket section) Sit back and let us take you there - Blackpool Town Centre, St Annes, Lytham, Freeport and Fleetwood, Bispham, Cleveleys and Poulton.
Between 1000 and 1500 on Friday 22nd May come and meet the team and view one of the new Palladium buses. The Heart Radio Street team will be out and about and there are goodie bags and prizes to be won.
The new Palladium service will begin to operate on service 5 from Sunday 31st May 2015. This investment is the start of a better future for Blackpool Transport with an investment of £1.7 million on new new vehicles and demonstrates our commitment to growing and investing in Blackpool.
There will be a change to the route and service 5 will no longer serve Lindale Gardens. Buses will operate via Squires Gate Lane and Common Edge Road to Highfield Road and normal route.
At South Shore the Southbound service 5 buses will no longer use the first bus stop on Lytham Road (opposite the Royal Oak). Service 5 will now use the bus stop approx., 25 yards Southbound (opposite Rawcliffe Street)
Buses will be operating a revised timetable on all services. Service 10 will not be operating.
Special Bank Holiday bus timetable booklets are available from our Travel Centres at Market Street and Rigby Road or can be downloaded from the website on the Bus services page.
LRT Trams - Trams will operate the Saturday timetable.