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Stagecoach East

Stagecoach East is the divisional name for the bus operations of the Stagecoach Group in eastern England.

From 1999 until August 2010 the division had two trading names:

  • Stagecoach in Bedford which covers Stagecoach services in Bedford & Bedfordshire. It operates from a depot in central Bedford and has outstations located at Biggleswade and Rushden.
  • Stagecoach in Northants which covers Stagecoach services in Northampton & Northamptonshire. It operates from 3 depots within the county of Northamptonshire at:

In July 2010 Stagecoach announced that the operations of Stagecoach in Cambridgeshire would be added to the Bedford depot of Stagecoach East from 1 August 2010.[1] This included three trading names:

Stagecoach in Northants became part of the Stagecoach Midlands division at the same time.[1]

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