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Once you have made the choice to visit the Tees Valley you will quickly find that there’s so much to do in a compact destination.

While the Tees Valley is made up of five districts and several more towns, it is easy to get around.

For accurate, real-time information on your travel in the Tees Valley visit Connect Tees Valley or Let’s go Tees Valley; your one stop shop for travel information in the Tees Valley by bus, train, foot, cycle & road.


The A1 (M), A19 and A66 run through the region from the North to South and East to West making each area of the Tees Valley easy to get to if you are travelling by car.

Journey planners and live travel updates are available via Connect Tees Valley.


You can find all the information about long stay, short stay and on-street parking locations in Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton and Redcar & Cleveland at Connect Tees Valley


It is easy to travel around the Tees Valley by bus.

For live bus information, bus timetables and maps, information on fares and key contacts for further details head to Connect Tees Valley.


It is easy to travel around the Tees Valley by train.

You will find train stations in Darlington, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool, Thornaby, Eaglescliffe, Redcar and Nunthorpe.

For live train information, train timetables and maps, information on train fares and key contacts for further details head to Connect Tees Valley.


Try a different way to travel and jump on an e-scooter to explore the Tees Valley.

The Tees Valley is the first region in the UK to launch a trial of the convenient and environmentally friendly e-scooters, which are currently available in Middlesbrough, Redcar and Hartlepool.

E-Scooter Hubs

Here’s where you can pick up an e-scooter:


  • Middlesbrough Bus Station
  • Middlesbrough Town Centre, Linthorpe Road
  • Linthorpe Village by Persian Cottage Restaurant
  • Riverside Park (Teessaurus park)
  • Marton Road by James Cook Hospital


  • Hartlepool:Church Square
  • Community Hub
  • Seaton Carew – Opposite Lofty’s Crazy Golf


  • Redcar Central Train Station
  • Seafront — Opposite The Palace Hub
  • Marske — Windy Hill Ln Car Park

Each hub will be clearly marked and have charging facilities.

Note: In the early phases of the pilot each e-scooter hub will be temporary as the ideal locations for such a facility are analysed. More hubs will follow soon.

Download the Ginger – Shared Transport App for available routes.

It’s £2 per 20 mins to ride and £1 per 20 mins to pause. Anyone over the age of 18 with a provisional driving or moped licence can ride the e-scooters.

For full details and FAQs head to or download the Ginger – Shared Transport app.


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