Blyth is a vibrant coastal town in Northumberland, in the north-east of England. It is located to the south of the river Blyth and is rich in history and industrial heritage.
Since the 1990s, it has reinvented itself as a bustling shopping destination and a tourist attraction, thanks to the presence of the stunning golden sands of South Beach and the economic driver of a thriving port which still handles 1.5 million tonnes of cargo every year.
There are strong road links to Blyth via the A189 and visitors can use Arriva buses to explore Blyth itself or venture further afield to places, such as Morpeth, Newcastle Upon Tyne and Whitley Bay.
Latest Service Updates
Re-opening of Killingworth Road in Newcastle Changes to services 54, X7 and X8 from Monday 20th May 2019
Killingworth Road in Newcastle will re-open to southbound traffic from Monday 20th May 2019. As a result, there will be some changes to the routes and timetables of services 54, X7 and X8.
There will be changes to some services in Northumberland and Tyne & Wear from Sunday 19th May 2019 to improve punctuality, better match capacity with demand and respond to requests we have received from customers in several places.