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Bus shelters and bus lanes
Information on the maintenance, cleaning and quality of our bus shelters, plus the enforcement of bus lanes.
Bus shelters and bus stops
The Public Transport team is responsible for managing Nottingham's bus stops and shelters.
At present there are approx 650 bus shelters and 2700 bus stops. If you have any comments about the cleanliness or general up-keep, please e-mail the team firstname.lastname@example.org
To report damage to a bus shelter
If you notice that a bus shelter has been damaged or has graffiti on it, please contact JC Decaux with the location of the shelter and the stop number if possible. They will then log the issue and come out to repair or clean the shelter.
Tel: (0115) 986 2817 during office hours 0700 - 1600 or
Tel: 07900821155 out of office hours
To comment on the installation of a bus shelter please e-mail: email@example.com
Bus priorities such as bus lanes and bus gates, help buses get through traffic lights and to the front of queuing traffic, speeding up their journey into and out of Nottingham, making bus travel a more viable option to the car.
Nottingham has over 20km of bus lanes, including throughout the City Centre and has become the first authority in the country to use the latest digital recording technology to catch illegal bus lane users in the act. There are no exceptions, the law applies to cars, motorbikes, scooters and licensed taxis.
The enforcement of bus lanes enables us to keep bus stops accessible to the elderly, buggie and wheelchair users.