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Stagecoach in Mansfield

Stagecoach in Mansfield
Headquarters Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
Mansfield, Chesterfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Bolsover, Eckington, Sheffield, Langwith, Edwinstowe, Newark-on-Trent & Nottingham
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Subsidiary of Stagecoach East Midlands. Brand name for services in the Mansfield area.

Stagecoach in Mansfield is the sector of the Stagecoach Group that operates buses in Mansfield. They have around 60 buses and 200 employees.

They carry more than 6 million passengers per year, with a passenger increase of approximately 7%.

As well as Mansfield, they also operate certain buses to Nottingham, Chesterfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Bolsover, Eckington, Sheffield, Langwith, Edwinstowe and Newark-on-Trent.

Although most routes operate all week, some routes do not operate on Sundays, and some routes only operate on Sundays. On bank holidays, a Sunday service is operated.


  • Depot 1
  • Vehicles 2
    • Buses 2.1
  • External links 3



Stagecoach in Mansfield has a fairly wide variety of low floor and step entrance buses.


External links

  • Route map of the area covered by services in the Stagecoach in Mansfield area
  • More information about Stagecoach in Mansfield.
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