Phone Derby Bus Station on their general enquiries contact number 01332 711 553 to ask which stop to use for a particular bus route or which service to use to get to destination such as Pride Park or the train station if you don’t have a map on hand.
You should call Derby Bus Station on their main contact number 01332 711 553 to ask an advisor for the latest information about traffic delays and news about buses in the city. For instance, you can use this helpline to check any service changes and disruptions following road works or traffic incidents that have affected the city. Furthermore if you are new to the area you can discuss the ‘Park and Ride’ services in the city before asking which bus stop or shelter to use on your intended bus route. However, Derby City Council only operates two Park and Ride services, which operate Monday to Saturday, except on bank holidays. Callers can even ask which coach services operate at the station if they are planning a Megabus or Arriva trip throughout the UK. Furthermore, the above contact number is helpful for anyone who is unable to download a bus route map but would like to ask which service to use to get to popular places such as Derby’s Pride Park from the station.
Alternatively, you can use this number details about the different bus passes that are available for use throughout the city. For instance, you ask a representative how to apply for an over 60s free bus pass or a concessionary ticket as a student or someone with disabilities. Furthermore, there are weekly, monthly and annual bus passes available that will suit regular users of Derby public transport. You can use this number to check the prices of each season pass before deciding whether you will save money in the long run.
You can also contact the bus station for enquiries about their Select Convenience store opening times or their café facilities. Furthermore, callers can ask about the bus station opening hours, public toilet fees and the any disabled facilities.
Phone numbers that begin with ’01’ will cost callers the standard per-minute rate as for any local call made from a UK landline or mobile phone. However, Derby Bus Station will be free to contact if your landline deal includes free calls to local rate numbers or if your mobile tariff provides inclusive free minutes.
If you are unable to contact Derby Bus station over the phone then you may wish to make your enquiries via email and should therefore take note of the Derby City Council Traffic Management address: firstname.lastname@example.org.