Most bus services in the area are operated by either Arriva Buses or Nu-Venture coaches. Public transport throughout Kent is provided by Kent County Council.
For details of each companies services, please click on the appropriate logo.
You can also go straight to a selection of maps of bus routes produced by Kent County Council and Medway Council.
Medway Valley Links is a partnership of Local Authorities, Nu-Venture, Southeastern and the Kent Community Rail Partnership to promote public transport in the Medway Valley. The partnership is highlighting the linkages between Medway Valley Line rail services and Route 151 services between Chatham and Kings Hill. If you are travelling between Strood and Snodland and have a single, return or season rail ticket for the journey, you can also use the ticket to travel on the 151 bus. A combined timetable booklet showing Medway Valley train times and the schedule for route 151 has been produced and the latest version can be downloaded by clicking here.
The table below lists the routes that provide connections at Medway Valley Line stations and an indication of how near the bus stops are.
|Station||Arriva Routes||Nu-Venture Routes|
|Strood||133, 136, 140/141, 151,172/173, 191-8, 632, 700,701||151,192||Bus stops in Strood High Street @ 250 metres from station.|
|Cuxton||151||149/151||Bus stops in Rochester Road @ 200 metres from station.|
|Halling||151||149/151||Bus stops in Kent Road @ 100 metres from station.|
|Snodland||149/151||Bus stops in Holborough Road @ 350 metres from station.|
|New Hythe||76 (Bus link to West Malling Station)|
|Aylesford||158||Stops immediately outside station. Limited service.|
|Maidstone West||6,7,8,18,58,71,76, 79, 82,85,88, 503 P&R||78, 79||Stops in Tonbridge Road @ 100 metres from station.|
|East Farleigh||No bus services nearby|
|Wateringbury||6, 6A||Stops in Bow Road @ 100 metres from station.|
|Yalding||No bus services nearby|
|Beltring||No bus services nearby|
|Paddock Wood||6, 6A||No 6 stops on Maidstone Road @ 250 metres from station.|