List of Bus Routes in Bristol - Coach Services - National Express Services

National Express Services

Services correct as of September 2012.

Service Route
040 Burnham-on-Sea* - Highbridge* - Weston-super-Mare* - Clevedon* - Nailsea* - Bristol University* - Bristol - Hammersmith - London
200 Bristol - Reading - Heathrow Airport - Gatwick Airport
201 Swansea - Port Talbot - Cardiff - Newport - Chepstow - Bristol* - Reading* - Heathrow Airport - Gatwick Airport
202 Swansea* - Port Talbot* - Cardiff - Newport - Bristol - Reading - Heathrow Airport
300* Bristol - Bath Spa - Warminster - Knook - Wilton - Salisbury - West Willow - Southampton - Fareham - Portsmouth - Southsea
302* Bristol - Bath Spa - Corsham - Chippenham - Swindon - Oxford - Brackley - Towcester - Northampton
318** Birmingham - Cheltenham Spa - Gloucester - Bristol
324* Paignton - Torquay - Newton Abbot - Exeter - Weston-super-Mare - Bristol - Worcester - Birmingham - Derby - Sheffield - Leeds - Bradford
327* Bath Spa - Bristol - Stroud - Gloucester - Cheltenham Spa - Evesham - Birmingham - Nottingham - Doncaster - Hull - Scarborough
328* Plymouth - Taunton - North Petherton - Bridgwater - Bristol - Birmingham - Wolverhampton - Penkridge - Manchester Airport - Stockport - Manchester - Bolton - Preston - Blackpool
330* Penzance - Newquay - St Columb Minor - St Columb Major - Wadebridge - Bodmin - Plymouth - Bristol - Worcester - Birmingham - Leicester - Nottingham
333* Bournemouth - Branksome - Poole - Wareham - Weymouth - Dorchester - Yeovil - Shepton Mallet - Bristol - Birmingham - Stoke-on-Trent - Manchester Airport - Stockport - Manchester - Bolton - Preston - Blackpool
336* Plymouth - Exeter - Taunton - Bristol - Birmingham - Stoke-on-Trent - Manchester Airport - Manchester - Salford University - Preston - Lancaster - Carlisle - Hamilton - Glasgow - Edinburgh
337* Brixham - Paignton - Torquay - Teignmouth - Dawlish - Starcross - Kenton - Exminster - Exeter - Taunton - Bristol - Gloucester - Cheltenham Spa - Evesham - Bidford-on-Avon - Stratford-on-Avon - Warwick - Leamington Spa - Kenilworth - University of Warwick - Coventry - Rugby
339* Westward Ho! - Northam - Bideford - Instow - Yelland - Fremington - Bickington - Barnstaple - South Molton - Tiverton - Wellington - Taunton - North Petherton - Bridgwater - Bristol - Cheltenham Spa - Birmingham - Leicester - Newark-on-Trent - North Hykeham - Lincoln - Wragby - Louth - North Thoresby - New Waltham - Cleethorpes - Grimsby
388*** Birmingham - Bristol - Weston-super-Mare - Brean - Burnham-on-Sea
404* Penzance - Plymouth - Totnes - Paignton - Torquay - Newton Abbot - Exeter - Bristol Airport - Bath Spa - Chippenham - Reading - Heathrow Airport - London
509* Cardiff - Newport - Bristol - London
530* Paignton - Torquay - Newton Abbot - Exeter - Weston-super-Mare - Bristol - Worcester - Birmingham - Leeds - York - Middlesbrough - Sunderland - Newcastle
531* Plymouth - Bristol - Gloucester - Birmingham - Leeds - Darlington - Middlesbrough - Sunderland - Newcastle
532* Plymouth - Exeter - Taunton - Bristol - Birmingham - Wolverhampton - Carlisle - Hamilton - Glasgow - Edinburgh
672** Swansea - Cardiff - Newport - Bristol - Minehead
EU890* Cork - Midleton - Youghal - Dungarvan - Waterford - New Ross - Wexford - Rosslare - Pembroke Dock - Kilgetty - Carmarthen - Pont Abraham - Cardiff - Bristol - Reading - London

(* Limited stops, or service)
(** Very limited service)
(*** Summer service)

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