The move follows reports buses had been targeted by a 'terrorising' gang of youths
The move follows reports buses had been targeted by a gang of youths "terrorising" the Birchington Avenue area.
Arriva announced on Wednesday it had been forced to terminate a service early owing to rowdy vandals smashing windows.
The decision came amid a wider spike in anti-social behaviour in the area.
Cleveland Police has now said a dispersal order will begin at 4pm on Friday, lasting for 48 hours.
A spokesperson said: "This enables officers to direct individuals away from the designated area if they believe the individual may engage in acts of antisocial behaviour.
"Failure to comply with a direction to leave may result in individuals being arrested and facing a fine."
One resident said behaviour around Grangetown was a "total and utter disgrace", while another said it is a "sign of things to come".
She said: "These are a gang of unruly kids that come from this area. Most of them girls, who are terrorising these communities.
"They will not be happy until they have destroyed everything around them."
She added: "They don’t care if they hurt anyone or anything.
"They run wild, they take drugs and they are simply out of control."