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Journey planning

The Traveline North East and Cumbria Internet Journey Planner will help you plan your bus, train, metro or ferry journey anywhere in the north of England (County Durham, Darlington, Cumbria, Northumberland, Teesside and Tyne and Wear) and also includes rail and National Express coaches throughout the country.

It's easy to use, simply enter your departure and destination locations, and when you would like to travel, and the Journey Planner will offer appropriate solutions.

Traveline Journey Planner Traveline North East and Cumbria

Public transport map and timetable finder

The Interactive Public Transport Map and Timetable Finder is an innovative approach to accessing public transport information in the County. The map and timetables are designed to complement the Traveline North East and Cumbria internet journey planner providing residents and visitors with a range of ways of obtaining transport information. The mapping website is provided by Pindar on behalf of the County Council.

Please use the following link for further information:

Roads - roadworks

The following links outline the roadworks and closures around the County each week. 

Please select the district you are interested in below.

Highways Action Line

Durham County Council's Highways Action Line (HAL) is a one-stop call centre that enables you to report any road and lighting defects and hazards quickly and easily.  You can contact HAL on 0191 370 6000.

The Highways Action Line is open 8.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am to 4.30pm on Friday.  For emergency situations outside these hours, you can still contact Durham County Council on 0191 370 6000.

You can also report a fault or make an enquiry using the following

Street Lights

Unfortunately, many street lights are put out of action by vandalism as well as through malfunction.  If you see a street light out of action then get it fixed by contacting HAL.  Please try to quote the column number when reporting street lighting as it helps for a speedier repair. 

You can report street lighting faults online using the following form

Transport and streets