Park and Ride makes a lot of sense: it's easy to use; easy on your pocket; easy on the environment and helps tackle congestion in Bath.
Bath vs Gloucester rugby on Friday 25th October 2013: All services operate until 23:15 from the City Centre.
Bath Park & Ride services will be running extended services for the Christmas Market from 12 November 2013 - please see the Christmas Market Travel page for more details.
For details of the fares, frequencies, city centre stops etc. for the Bath Park & Ride services please see the links on the left hand side of this page.
Park & Ride Sites
If you're using a GPS navigation system, these are the postcodes for the Park & Ride sites:
Tackling congestion in Bath
Park and Ride is the easiest way to get into Bath by car. There are three Park and Ride sites located at the edges of Bath, at Newbridge, Lansdown and Odd Down. There are regular bus services from these sites to the city centre and from Odd Down there is a regular bus service to the Royal United Hospital. It's easy - just park at the site and use the bus to get to your destination. Park for free, pay on the bus.
Good for the Environment
Bath is a designated World Heritage Site, planned and built long before the car.
By using Park & Ride you can have all the convenience of your car and still do your bit to help conserve the unique heritage, atmosphere and fabric of this beautiful city.
October 2012 saw the introduction of a brand new Park & Ride fleet. The new hybrid vehicles are clean, quick, modern, comfortable and environmentally friendly.
Accessible to All
The Park & Ride buses have low floors, designed to be accessible for wheel chair users, child buggies and push chairs.
Convenient and secure locations are available on the buses to accommodate wheel chair users, disabled passengers, buggies and pushchairs.
Traveline provides timetables and journey planners for bus, coach and rail services in the South West. Traveline is also available on tel. 0871 200 22 33 between 7 am and 10 pm (calls cost 10p per minute from landlines).
Transport Direct is designed to be the first complete transport journey planner for Great Britain. In addition to providing public transport information, you can compare car journeys with national and local public transport (excluding GB internal air).
See Also: Timetables and Journey Planners
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