This is a list of bus routes in Essex, United Kingdom. The major operators in the Essex area are First Essex, Hedingham Omnibuses and Regal Busways. Other operators in Essex are Stephensons of Essex, Arriva Shires & Essex, Arriva Southern Counties, Network Harlow, Network Colchester, Ensignbus, Viceroy of Essex, National Express, Carters, Ford's Coaches, Arriva London, SM Coaches, Roadrunner Coaches, Imperial Buses, Chambers, Centrebus and Stagecoach Cambridgeshire.
There are also several operators based outside of Essex who either run services wholly within the area or services which start outside the area. This includes parts of Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Kent, and London.
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