Getting around Blackpool

Getting around Blackpool and the Fylde Coast couldn’t be easier with Blackpool Transport Services. We operate bus and tram services for local people and tourists all year round.

Blackpool Transport are the 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.

Also our frequent and reliable tram service provides an energy efficient mode of transport connecting residents and visitors to all major leisure, retail and businesses along the 11 mile stretch of coastline between Starr Gate and Fleetwood. The trams have level boarding and step-free interiors and designated disabled/pushchair areas making them accessible to all.

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) or download timetables and view the network on our website at


Blackpool1 Tickets offer great value for money on all Blackpool Transport buses and trams.

Adult day, 16 – 19 day, Child day, Family day
(3 day, weekly and monthly tickets also available.)

You can buy tickets in advance from our Travel Centres Call open daily at Market Street in the town centre (just off Talbot Square, near North Pier), or Monday to Friday (not Bank Holidays) from Rigby Road Head Office (50 yards inland from the Manchester Pub) or over 100 local PayPoint Agents (local newsagents and convenience stores). Full list on the website at