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Bus Shelters

See which Bus Shelters are owned and maintained by Fenland District Council or report a fault.

Bus Shelter

Fenland District Council aim to provide safe bus shelters that are routinely inspected, maintained and cleaned.

If you find a problem with a bus shelter provided by Fenland District Council, please report it online or email assets&

We aim to resolve the issue within 10 working days (sooner in emergency cases). 

Bus Shelters managed by Fenland District Council are on:

  • High Street (opposite Number 61) - Chatteris
  • East Park Street (opposite Number 8 and the Police Station) - Chatteris
  • North Green and South Green - Coates
  • Eastrea Road (on the junction of Wype Road and opposite number 271) - Eastrea
  • Broad Street (outside Barclays Bank and Superdrug) - March
  • Elm Road (outside the Braza Club) - March
  • Ramsey Road - Ponders Bridge
  • March Road - Turves
  • Feldale Place - Whittlesey
  • Kings Dyke (North and South on A605) - Whittlesey
  • Peterborough Road (opposite Crossway Hand) - Whittlesey
  • Kirkgate Street - Wisbech
  • Lynn Road (on the junction of Walton Road) - Wisbech
  • Mount Pleasant - Wisbech
  • Norwich Road (near Mount Drive and opposite Lerowe Road) - Wisbech
  • St Michaels Avenue - Wisbech

They will display an information plaque with a reference number. This is useful to quote when reporting a fault.

If a shelter is owned and managed by a Town or Parish Council, please contact them directly to report a fault.

New Shelters

Cambridgeshire County Council are the Highway Authority. They are responsible for making sure that the location of new shelters meet road safety requirements and that the footpaths are wide enough. Bus Shelters cannot be erected until they give their permission.