All bus tickets include free parking all day at any Park & Ride site.
A return ticket is valid for one outward and one inward trip on a Park & Ride bus. An 11-journey ticket is valid for 11 single journeys.
A day pass allows unlimited travel on Park & Ride buses for the whole day.
A group consists of up to four adults or children over the age of 7, who are travelling together.
Any additional adults travelling with a group may buy a return ticket for £1.00.
If children are travelling with an adult, a group ticket will be cheaper. All accompanied children under 7 may travel for free.
Any children over 7 travelling with a concessionary pass holder may buy a return ticket for £1.00. Any adult travelling with a concessionary pass holder must buy a ticket.
These tickets are more convenient for regular travelers and offer substantial savings.
Please note that you will use up one journey every time you board a Park & Ride bus, and so a trip from a car park into the City Centre and back again will count as two journeys.
If you wish to change bus to travel to Exeter Street, Castle Street. Fisherton Street, the Rail Station or the Law Courts, you must ask for a free transfer ticket when you board the bus.
Any additional adults travelling with an individual or a group saver ticket may buy a return ticket for £1.00.
We accept the following tickets:
Cycles can be carried in your car (a folding bike is particularly suitable) or parked at the sites overnight. A second hand bike and a strong lock will reduce any risk of theft. You can use the cycle journey planner to help you plan a route.
Some people like to walk or run back to the sites, which can help you fit some exercise into your week.
£2.50 per calendar day. This must be paid by phone
If you use a Park & Ride bus ticket, free parking is included from 6am until midnight, so you only need to pay the overnight charge for days that are not covered by your ticket.