Route N1 serves Downs Park, Mile Oak, Portslade, Hove, the city centre, County Hospital and Whitehawk, with one journey extending to Woodingdean.
Route N2 from the city centre serves Hove, Old Shoreham Road and Shoreham, with one journey extending to Worthing and another to Steyning.
Route N5 serves Hangleton, Hove, the city centre and Patcham.
Route N12 from the city centre serves the A259, Rottingdean, Saltdean, the coast road in Peacehaven, Newhaven and Seaford, with one journey extending to Eastbourne.
Route N14 from the city centre serves Rottingdean, Saltdean, North Peacehaven and Newhaven. Route N29 from the city centre serves Lewes, Ringmer and Uckfield, and
route N40 from the city centre serves Patcham, Albourne, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks, Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath.
Fares start from £3 and further information, including timetables for all of these routes, is available at nightbuses.co.uk.
Long-standing night services N7 (serving Hove, Brighton Station, the city centre, County Hospital and Marina) and N25 (serving Portslade, Hove, the city centre, Lewes Road and the Universities) continue to operate right through the night, seven nights a week, and are complemented by the new network on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.