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Stagecoach in Northants

Stagecoach Northants
Founded Connect Kettering (March 2006) Connect Wellingborough (October 2006)
Headquarters Northampton, Northamptonshire
Service area All Northamptonshire
Service type bus service
Routes Around 53
Fleet Click here for fleet list
Fuel type Diesel
Operator Stagecoach
Website Stagecoachbus Northants

Stagecoach Northants is the name for most bus routes operated by Stagecoach Midlands in Northamptonshire. The legal name for the company is United Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. In towns local bus routes are mostly under their own branding these are Stagecoach Kettering, Stagecoach Wellingborough, Corby Star and Daventry Dart while Northampton has no local name.[1]

The company was part of Stagecoach East until August 2010, when it was moved to the Midlands division during a large reorganisatrion.[2]



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