CT4N work very closely with a number of partners who all play an important role and for whom we thank for their support.

Robin Hood Network

The Robin Hood Network is a partnership offering easy, accessible, smart travel across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire within the Robin Hood boundary.

CT4N work in partnership with Nottingham City Transport, Trent Barton, Kinchbus, NET The Tram, East Midlands Railway, Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County County Council

CT4N are also a partner within the  Enhanced Partnership, branded as the Robin Hood Network. It sets out an ambitious, achievable and focussed programme of projects. Nottingham can be very proud of its easily accessible and well delivered bus services and the Enhanced Partnership is there to ensure we continue to deliver. The partnership is designed and owned by Nottingham’s bus operators and Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County Council.

Find out more here.

Travel Notts Network

The Travel Notts Network is a partnership that brings together Nottinghamshire County Council and local bus operators in a shared commitment to deliver high quality bus travel across Nottinghamshire. We are focused on providing reliable and punctual bus services, on clean and comfortable buses, using value for money tickets and accessed via high quality bus stations and bus stops.

For more information on what you can expect from us, please read the Nottinghamshire Bus Passenger Charter. This Bus Passenger Charter covers bus services in the county of Nottinghamshire, excluding the existing Robin Hood Ticketing Area (Greater Nottingham).

Find out more here.

Department for Transport

CT4N have been operating bus services since 2003 when we commenced My Bus 801. We hold an Operating Licence issued by the Traffic Commissioner who is responsible for the registration of all local bus services in the United Kingdom.

Further information is available here.


CT4N have been working with SEGRO since 2019 when we introduced a shuttle bus service around the SEGRO Logistics Park at East Midlands Gateway. The service operates 7 days a week from 04:45 until 23:00 providing connections from the Bus Interchange which is served by skylink Nottingham, skylink Derby, skylink Express and Service 9 to ensure staff working on site have handy connections to and from the businesses served on the Logistics Park. Two new Yutong electric buses were introduced into service in March 2024 providing new interior features.

Further information regarding SEGRO can be found here.

Nottingham High School

CT4N work in partnership with Nottingham High School to deliver four services. Over the years the service has been enhanced with Euro 6 buses to reduce carbon footprint, a messaging service which keeps parents updated of any delays and we have recently provided real time services for parents and pupils alike so that they can track their bus.

You can find out further information regarding Nottingham High School here. 

Local Authorities

CT4N thank all of our local authority partners for their support, including Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council, and Derbyshire County Council.