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Getting around bristol.

Bristol is a great place to get around without a car and the University’s central location means you can reach most places easily on foot, by bike or by public transport.  Maps of the University campus, including our Google map, are on our Maps and travel page . You can view and download maps of Bristol at  Visit Bristol .  Online tools such as Travelwest ’s journey planner can help you to plan local journeys in detail.

The University campus is quite compact, and you can walk between most buildings in less than ten minutes. The campus is also within easy walking distance of the city centre, Bristol Temple Meads train station and Bristol bus and coach station. For information on walking route planners and discounts available to Unviersity of Bristol students visit our Walking web page .

Cycling is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get around town. There are cycle stands throughout the University campus and many of the residences have secure cycle sheds. The University runs lots of initiatives to support and encourage cycling , including free cycle training and a free cycle clinic to keep your bike in good order.

Join the University Bicycle User Group (TUB-BUG) a community of nearly 2,000 cyclists and keep up to date with University cycling news, events and initiatives.

Student Discounts

Students are entitled discounted locks and lights sold by Sustainability and to discounts at some local bike shops.

You can travel easily by bus to and from the University campus and across Bristol.

Bristol Unibus U1 – North Residential Village to the City Centre, via Clifton campus

Students living in a University-allocated accommodation (except postgraduates in postgraduate-only residences) receive a free bus pass (mTicket) for unlimited travel on the Unibus U1 service (restrictions apply). Other students can buy tickets or passes for the U1. Read the  Bristol Unibus  FAQs for details.

Bristol Unibus U2 - Bristol City Centre, via Main University Campus, to Langford campus

Most University of Bristol Vet School students receive a free bus pass (mTicket) for unlimited travel on the Unibus U2 service. Other students can buy tickets or passes for the U2. Read the  Bristol Unibus  FAQs for details.

Students are entitled to a 20% discount on all First bus tickets across the West of England. 

Bristol has good train connections for getting around the city. Clifton Down station is the nearest station to the University campus. It is about 10 minutes’ walk away.

Students are entitled to reduced rail fares with a 16-25 Rail Card . This railcard is also available for those over 25 in full-time study. The annual cost of the card is £30 and it enables a 1/3 off Standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Advance, and First Class Advance rail fares. Mature students applying for the card require their application form to be signed by a University of Bristol staff member, such as their Faculty Administrator or their personal tutor, who can confirm their full-time student status. 

Students over the age of 18 and either living at a London address during term time, or are on a mandatory work placement in London may be eligible for an 18+ Student Oyster photocard  * 

* Please note that we are unable to process any applications at the current time due to an issue with accessing the TFL database. Please be assured that we are working on a solution.

Students should not bring a car to Bristol unless it is essential, for example because of a disability. Bristol is a highly congested city and there are many restrictions on parking in place. The on-street parking in and around the main University campus is subject to residential permits, meters and time limits.

You could join a car club . They have pay-as-you-go cars located across Bristol.

Further student car parking information including for students living in university allocated accommodation.

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If you are travelling to Bristol by car we recommend using a Park and Ride service as an alternative to driving into the city.

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Bristol: A Student Guide to Public Transport

Bristol: A Student Guide to Public Transport

Moving to a new city is exciting, but you can also be presented with a series of challenges when learning to navigate a new place. One of these is learning how to use public transport. Being a university student means that you will be reliant on public transport. As Bristol has two universities (one of which is non-campus), it’s important to get to grips with it quickly. That way, you can get out and about and see what the city has to offer.

Here is a quick and easy guide to public transport in Bristol including ticket prices, routes, and rules.

The bus service in Bristol is the most popular way to get around. The system is easy to navigate – simply download the First Bus app to buy your tickets and find out which bus you need to get.

There are several ticket options for students in Bristol.

Bristol FirstWeek Student £15.00

Unlimited travel for seven consecutive days on all First buses in the Bristol Zone.

Bristol FirstMonth Student £54.90

Unlimited travel for one calendar month on all First buses in the Bristol Zone.

Bristol FirstYear Student £551

Unlimited travel for a year on all First buses in the Bristol Zone.

The app also offers discounts and tickets specific to travel to and from the University of Bristol, and UWE.

Other options for bus travel include:

Bristol FirstDay Student £3.70 – one full day of unlimited travel.

Bristol Flat Fare Single Student £1.50 – a single journey.

The First Bus app also helps you plan journeys. If you are unsure of what bus you need to take, simply enter your starting destination and where you want to go, and the app will tell you where your nearest bus stop is and what number bus you need to get on. You can also buy tickets on the bus if you don’t want to use the app.

Bristol has two main train stations: Temple Meads and Parkway. These are used mostly for travel to and from other towns and cities. However, Bristol also has eleven suburban rail stations in Lawrence Hill, Stapleton Road, Montpelier, Redland, Clifton Down, Sea Mills, Shirehampton, Avonmouth, Bedminster, Parson Street, and Filton Abbey Wood.

Students are eligible for a 16-25 railcard. You pay a one-time fee and can get 1/3 off Standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Advance, and First Class Advance rail fares.

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Bristol introduced e scooters to the city two years ago and, if you are new to the city, one thing you will notice is the abundance of Voi scooters all over town.

The scooters are relatively easy to use and are popular with students who use them to get around. To use Voi scooters follow the steps below:

Download the Voi app and create an account.

Locate a scooter nearby using the map function in the app.

Scan the QR code on the handlebar of the scooter to unlock it.

Start riding! To ride, simple push off with your foot to get the scooter rolling before using the throttle.

To end your ride park the scooter and make sure you end it in the app too.

Voi has several rules you have to follow to ensure you are riding safely. Only one person is allowed on a scooter at all times, and you are advised to wear a helmet. Drink riding is strictly prohibited and the Voi app actually includes a reaction time test to check that you are sober enough to ride.

You also must be at least 18 years old and hold a provisional or full driving licence to ride Voi scooters.

In 2008, Bristol was named the UK’s first Cycling City, which tells you everything you need to know about the city’s friendliness towards cyclists. There are plenty of cycle paths and routes around the city, and lots of places to park your bike.

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Travelling Around Bristol

Making your way around a city you’re unfamiliar with can be incredibly daunting. From finding out the different public transport options to knowing the services provided by various companies, researching your choices can be a time consuming and confusing task. Luckily for you, we’ve compiled this list of the best methods of travelling around the Bristol streets – all the inside tips and tricks can be found right here.

Getting to Bristol

Before you can figure out which form of transport is going to be the best for you to use throughout your trip, let’s look at the options for travelling to Bristol as some offer combination travel tickets which could save you some cash.

If you’re travelling in from further afield, flying into Bristol Airport is a good option. You can then get to the city centre using the Air Connect Bus service, this runs 24/7 every 20 minutes during the day and at hourly intervals throughout the night – an Air Connect single ticket to the city centre cost £6.50

Read more about Air Connect and view timetables.

Many people opt to ride the train into Bristol; if you do, this is a brilliant choice. With the city centre just a 15-minute walk away from Bristol Temple Meads station, it couldn’t be easier to get a jump start on your trip. Although Temple Meads is the main station in Bristol, the Bristol Parkway rail station means you have even more choice as to where you want to begin your travels. When buying your ticket, you have the option to purchase the PlusBus ticket which combines bus travel around Bristol with your train fare (detailed a little later on…)

If you’re driving into Bristol and want to spend the day in your own car or want to park up and explore on foot, then fear not, because Bristol has plenty of car parks, in convenient locations, including right by Millennium Square.

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Read: Where To Park In Bristol For Free, For Cheap or For 24 Hours.

There are numerous bus services available within Bristol, with some great value deals to enable you to explore all day long without breaking the bank.

Park & Ride

This bus system is nice and simple. If you have driven into Bristol, you can park your car and then ride the bus around Bristol – hence the name Park and Ride. The car park, with this system, is free, you just have to pay for the bus, which can be as frequent as every twelve minutes. There are four Park and Ride car parks in Bristol:

  • Portway Park and Ride - (Bristol, North West. BS11 9QE)
  • Long Ashton Park and Ride (Bristol, South West. BS3 2HB)
  • Brislington Park and Ride (Bristol, South East. BS4 5RU)
  • Lyde Green Park and Ride (Bristol, North East. BS16 7GG)

Freedom Travel Pass

The Freedom Travel Pass is a wonderful option that allows you to have unlimited travel across the majority of bus, and rail services within Bristol. This is available when you travel with First, a bus company that facilitates travel between Bristol, Bath and the West.

A Freedom Travel Pass is available for purchase from the Ticket Office at any station, alternatively, if you only need a day pass, tickets can be purchased from a bus driver. This is a handy system which eliminates the need for searching for change each time you board.

When you buy your pass, you need to specify which ‘zones’ you want to travel in. If you are only travelling within central Bristol, then it is nice and simple – you need Zone A (or Zone A and B if you are heading to the South West of Bristol).

A combination of other zones mean you can travel between Bristol, Bath, Weston-super-Mare, Nailsea and Yatton. Prices are dependent on which zones you need to be able to reach, and how many days you are buying a pass for.

Zone A (Bristol) for a one-day pass is only £6, and Zone A B (‘Bristol Plus’) can be bought for just £11.50.

Find out more and plan your journey here.

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Similarly, to the Freedom Travel Pass, opting for the PlusBus option means you don’t need to think about keeping bus fare on your person. The difference between the PlusBus and the Freedom Travel Card is that with the PlusBus, you buy a train ticket and then add the bus ticket as an extra. This gives you unlimited bus and tram travel on top of your train ticket; it isn’t restricted at peak times – you can use it whenever you fancy. In a nutshell, the PlusBus is a discounted price travel card.

PlusBus is available in many destinations, and prices vary from location to location.

For Bristol, a day price is £4.50 for an adult, £2.25 for a child and £3.95 for a railcard holder; tickets are also available on a weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual basis.

This works out cheaper than simply paying bus fare each trip you take – an added bonus because we all love a good saving.

To get your hands on a PlusBus ticket, simply ask for PlusBus when you buy your initial train ticket. As with the bog-standard train ticket, you can pay for your PlusBus with cash, credit card or debit card. That does mean you will need to plan ahead a little but, hey, that’s why you’re here now!

My recommendation for PlusBus is that it is perfect for people who have travelled into Bristol on the train. It costs just a little extra than your train ticket but is ultimately a cheap travel option to get around Bristol. All your transport on one ticket – efficient!

The Free Bus is exactly what it says on the tin – a free bus ride.

The Free Bus runs continuously on Saturdays from Bristol Temple Meads, through to the city centre, and to the Temple Meads Train Station. Rinse and repeat, all day long.

This is a brilliant option if you only need to get yourself around on a Saturday and are aiming to get to the city centre. If you can’t afford alternate options, or perhaps only need a short journey but cannot walk too far, then the Free Bus may just be the ticket.

The Free Bus has no fare whatsoever, as it is kept going via donations. The aim is to expand the network to the towns surrounding the city, with the profit-making bus routes taking you in and out of the city centre itself.

The metrobus has direct routes through key tourist spots, such as Brunel’s SS Great Britain, and has many stops that make it great for visitors, such as the train stations. However, the main attraction of the metrobus is that it is speedier than a regular bus – a real time saver is great for making the most out of your time in Bristol, whether that’s fitting more into a day trip or getting a short commute to work.

The metrobus has quicker boarding, due to their ‘buy before you board’ system, at an iPoint station. Passengers use iPoint to buy tickets, plan journeys, and get live updates as to how the buses are running that day and hour. Since people have pre-paid and purchased their tickets, the waiting between stops is significantly reduced.

This is, in my opinion, the most accessible of the bus options available. The buses have twin doors, low floors, wide corridors, more leg room and a larger entrance and exit space – this makes it an excellent choice for those with reduced mobility, or who have pushchairs. These features all make for minimal time in between spots, as well as quicker and hassle-free boarding.

Even more good news, the metrobus’ euro 6 Diesel engine emits fewer emissions than alternate travel options, meaning the metrobus systems are an environmentally friendly option, aiding to improve air quality in Bristol.

For the tech savvy among us, it’ll be great news that not only does the metrobus have free wifi and USB charging, but that you can hold your ticket on the First Bus app. But for us more traditional folk, a paper ticket is available too – don’t panic!

Prices for the metrobus are as follows: a single adult ticket is £2.25, students and 16 to 21-year-old travel for £1.60, 5 to 15-year-olds (child’s ticket) costs just £1.15, and under 5’s travel for free. Daily, weekly and monthly tickets are also available.

Yet another cashless travel system is available, this time it’s the Travelwest Travel card, which you can use through the First Bus app, and allows you to book your metrobus ticket in advance. You can also hold your ticket here.

Sometimes the easiest way to get yourself from A to B is just good old driving. From taxis to car hire, Bristol has you covered. Once again, there are plenty of options that will allow you to make the most out of visiting Bristol.

Car Hire & Car Clubs

Bristol has plenty of car hire companies, for example Sixt Car Hire and Rhino Car Hire. These cars are available to hire from plenty of locations, including Bristol Airport, so you won’t be short for options. There are also services in Bristol that allow you to hire a car by the hour. This means you are entirely in control, don’t hire the vehicle for hours you won’t be using it, and you don’t need to rely on public transport if you don’t want to. Reputable companies where you can do this include Zip Car and City Car Club.

This system is described as an Airbnb for cars. The premise is simply that people who need a vehicle, can rent a car or a van from one Bristol’s residents. This system is available across the city, at any time of the day. Karshare is great because the insurance is included in the displayed prices, so it is obvious and clear what you will be paying. Furthermore, the on-demand access means you only pay when you need the vehicle, giving you more flexibility around your day. A great element to Karshare is that you are supporting the community, as your money goes to the resident who owns the car. You can book a car through the Karshare app. Quick and easy! Rental durations start at four hours.

Best Taxi Company In Bristol

An age-old solution to getting around somewhere unfamiliar is, of course, the taxi. Bristol has two types of taxis: Hackney Carriage Vehicles and Private hire. Hackney Carriage Vehicles are the classic Bristol blue. The Braxi app lets you book these in advance, you can hail them (hold up your arm) or wait at a taxi rank. This also means you are supporting local Bristol residents, as all are licensed by Bristol City Council. The alternate taxi choice is a private hire. These must be booked and cannot be hailed, unlike the Hackney Carriage Vehicles. Some private taxi companies in and around Bristol are: V cars (who also have an app you can pre-book through), Eurotaxis and AA taxis.

Check our our top picks for the best taxi companies in Bristol.

Chauffeur & Private Hire

Perhaps you have a special event and want to feel like a VIP, or maybe you just want to travel in style. Either way, this is another great option to get around Bristol. A private hire also makes a smooth sailing transfer from hotels to the airport or train stations. Sybaris Chauffers have excellent reviews.

Bristol is, of course, a well-known for cycling and the many cycle paths and bike hires help Bristol maintain this reputation. With cycle routes by nearly all major roads, it shouldn’t be a surprise that throughout Bristol you’ll find plenty of places to secure and lock up your bike. Bristol houses over 300 bicycle parking spaces and has plenty of bike pumps you can use free of charge. So, get pedalling!

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If you don’t have a bike of your own, or perhaps didn’t feel like lugging it all the way to Bristol, then rest assured that there are plenty of places to hire a bike from throughout the city.

Webbs Cycle Shop & Custom Bike Hire sell and hire bikes. They also have a ‘custom hire service’ aimed at groups – a brilliant choice if you’re visiting Bristol with your family or a few friends.

Pedal Progression offer services where you can hire accessories, have your bike repaired or even learn some bike skills – so you can enjoy the scenic cycle routes regardless of your ability.

If the classic, regular bike isn’t what you’re after, then you can also find Bristol Tandem Hire or Bristol Electric Bike Hire. There are plenty of options to cater towards all kinds of cyclists, so don’t be put off checking out the routes.

Where to hire a bike in Bristol

Finding cycle routes.

Bristol is home to some stunning routes and cycle paths – but choosing the best one may be a little tricky. Whether your concern is the length and how uphill that trail might be, which sights you can pass along the way or where the route takes you, there are a variety of routes depending on what it is that you’re after.

Better by Bike , Sustrans, and Cycle Streets all offer handy maps and details of different routes you can take. Check them out to see where you can get to, and what you can see on two wheels.

Sightseeing By Bike

Riding your bike in Bristol can be so much more than getting from place A to place B. Organised tours, such as with the Adventurous Activity Company, let you see some of the wonders of Bristol from the seat of your bike.

Mountain Biking

Off-road cycling and mountain biking are popular choices in Bristol too. Cycling trial, Avon Timberland is a fantastic choice if you’re looking for a mountain bike experience; it remains an authentic experience whilst also preserving environmentally sensitive areas. Other fantastic off-road cycling options are Ashton Court and Leigh Woods.

Bike-Friendly Accommodation

Thanks to Bristol being a cycling city, there are numerous places where you can both lay your head and park up your bike. Some accommodations will offer to wash your bike, complete any necessary repairs, and some even offer discounts and packed lunches for cyclists. You can find out more about these spaces at the Beds For Cyclists webpage .

Bike-Friendly Cafés

After a long bike ride, I, for one, am always ready for a nibble and a cuppa; here are some fantastic cafés where you can ditch the bike for a short while.

The Mud Dock Café is a cycling themed café, they offer a repair service, and facilities for a shower after a particularly gruelling bike ride. Once you’re freshened up, sit back with a coffee or a beer before you get going again.

No1. Harbourside has excellent cycle parking available, and The Crofters Rights has bike storage available inside of the pub itself – so you don’t have to worry about its whereabouts.

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Transport in Bristol extends beyond getting from one place to the next, with some boat trips available to take you across the harbour. Number 7 boat trips are more of a sight-seeing excursion than a quick, practical form of travel – but why not combine seeing the harbour and getting around together?

With Number 7 Beeses River Trips, fares are as follows: £16 for an adult, £14 for a senior, £10.50 for a 7 to 16-year-old, and £6.50 for 4 to 6-year-olds.

Check the latest timetables, services updates and book tickets here.

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Safe & happy travels.

With so many choices to travel around Bristol, you are sure to find a way that works for you, whether prices, independence or flexibility factor in, there is bound to be an option that works with what you’re after. From the wide variety of public transport, to the handy bike paths, getting around for someone who isn’t familiar in the city isn’t difficult to fathom out at all. With such brilliant choices, don’t be afraid to give them a go.

And now you have your travel sorted, why not read our top tips for spending a day in Bristol:

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A travelcard gives you more freedom to travel by bus in the west of england. you don’t have to carry any cash on you and you can use it on any bus*, including the new metrobus services..

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When buying tickets online, you’ll be able to collect them at a metrobus iPoint 2 hours later, or on the bus (except First buses and metrobus services) and Bristol Park & Ride sites the following day from 6am (when ordered before 11pm).

On all services (except metrobus services) and metrobus iPoints. These tickets become available immediately.

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Sign up on our Travelcards portal . Your balance and tickets will not be protected against theft and loss until you register your card.  

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Order one online from our Travelcards portal now or get one from any bus service in the West of England (except First services and metrobus services), First Bristol and Bath travel shop, or an available metrobus iPoint, visit our  frequently asked questions  for more information.

Did you know you can also use your Travelcard to hire a vehicle from the Co-Wheels Car Club? After you receive your Travelcard, visit  co-wheels.org.uk/bristol  to register.

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You can top up your Travelcard with different tickets that can be used in different services. But, which one is the best one for your journey and where can you buy it? Have a look below to find out.  If you need more information please have a look at our frequently asked questions before contacting us .

When buying tickets online, you’ll be able to collect them at a metrobus iPoint 2 hours later, or on the bus (except First, Stagecoach, and metrobus services) and Bristol Park & Ride sites the following day from 6am (when ordered before 11pm).

Simply hold the card to the machine on the bus. If you have more than one ticket on your card, advise the driver of which ticket you would like to use. If boarding a First bus the machine will automatically select the ticket for you depending on your destination.

First Bristol and Bath and metrobus tickets

The following First Bus products in Adult, Student, Young Person (16-21) and Child can be loaded onto Travelcards:

  • Bath Zone  – 5 or 10 trip Single tickets (top up on bus only), Day, Week & Month
  • Bristol Zone  – 5 or 10 trip Single tickets, Day (one day ticket at iPoints, or packs of 3 or 5 tickets online), Week & Month
  • West of England Zone  – 5 trip Single tickets (top up on bus only), Day (one day ticket at iPoints, or packs of 3 or 5 tickets online), Week & Month

These tickets will be accepted in any First buses in the Bristol Zone, Bath Zone and West of England Zone , including all  metrobus services .

Multi-Operator Rider Tickets

Rider Tickets  are tickets accepted by all bus operators in a given area. They are valid for travel on the day of issue and up to 2.59am the following morning.

To see the areas covered by these tickets, please visit our online Rider areas map .

The following tickets can be purchased online *, at a metrobus iPoint, and on the bus from the driver (on bus purchase not available on Stagecoach or metrobus services):

  • AvonRider Adult  – Covering the area of the former County of Avon. Day ticket and Weekly ticket are available online. For fares and more information about the AvonRider ticket visit this page .
  • BristolRider Adult  – Covering approximately a 6 mile radius of the city centre. Day ticket and Weekly ticket are available online. For fares and more information about the BristolRider ticket visit this page .

* Only Adult tickets can be bought online , you can buy other tickets from the driver. Packs of 3 and 5 are also available online only.

The following tickets can be purchased from the driver and loaded onto your Travelcard on the bus**, except Stagecoach buses, (using cash or Pay-As-You-Go credit):

  • BathRider  – Covering the Bath urban area. Day ticket and Weekly ticket are available. For fares and more information about the Bath Rider ticket visit this page .
  • WestonRider  – Covering the Weston-super-Mare urban area. Only Day ticket available. For fares and more information about the WestonRider ticket visit this page .

** Only Adult tickets  are available to buy for your Travelcard.

Pay-As-You-Go (epurse)

With Pay-As-You-Go you can buy any available ticket using credit you load onto your Travelcard in advance.

You can top up your Pay-As-You-Go balance by registering your Travelcard at portal.squidcard.com , and collect your credit at a metrobus iPoint, or on any bus services run by the following operators:

The services that accept payments with Pay-As-You-Go balance are by the operators listed above and metrobus iPoints.

Simply hold your card to the reader on the bus and inform the driver you wish to buy your ticket with Pay-As-You-Go balance.

Using Pay-As-You-Go simply place the card on the holder, select which ticket you wish to buy and select pay with sQuid.

Some bus operators even offer special ‘smart’ discounts for customers using Pay-As-You-Go.

Please be aware that costs and terms of use of tickets are set by operators and we cannot accept responsibility for incorrect or outdated information as unplanned changes may occur.

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Here's all the details on Bristol's extensive public transport network, including Bus , Train , Park & Ride , e-scooters & e-bikes , and even  Boat ! For door to door journey information by all modes of transport, visit www.travelwest.info , or use the TravelWest journey planner link at the bottom of this page.

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It's easy to get around Bristol by bus, with plenty of fast and convenient services available from all key locations.

You can find out more about Bristol bus routes and timetables including how to get to and from the city centre at  https://www.firstbus.co.uk/bristol-bath-and-west  

First Bus also provide an online  journey planner , which is a useful tool for planning your trips to and around Bristol. 

If you're in Bath and need more help with finding bus stations and routes, check out the free-to-download  First Bus app  and website . You can also use the app to track the location of buses in live time. 

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You can purchase tickets using the First Bus app , or on board from the driver. If you’re using Metrobus services, you must buy before you board, or Tap On, Tap Off.

First Bus offer a variety of tickets, including: 

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2-Trip Tickets  - These are similar to a return ticket, but you don’t have to take your second trip on the same service. Find out more  here.

Day Bundles -  Day Ticket bundles will save you money if you don’t need to travel every day. Find out more  here.

Metrobus is a modern public transport service serving the greater Bristol area offering faster, more frequent and reliable services with direct routes to key destinations. This new, environmentally-friendly way of getting around the city has a ‘buy before you board service,’ with ticket machines at every stop.

You can find out more about Metrobus routes at  metrobus - Travelwest

Park & Ride

If you're driving to Bristol, why not take advantage of one of the fantastic Park and Ride services ? Avoid any of the stress of driving around a new city, save money and do your bit for the environment. Find out more about Bristol Park & Ride services on the TravelWest website . 

You can purchase tickets for all of Bristol's Park & Ride services using the First Bus app , or on board from the driver. 

Portway Park & Ride is also served by its very own railway station, with regular trains offering journey times of around 30 minutes to Bristol city centre. 

Bristol is a key hub of the national rail network in the West of England.  Great Western Railway  and other major train operators run local, regional and inter-city services from  Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station  and  Bristol Parkway Railway Station .

You can choose from a range of train tickets depending on your requirements, which can be purchased digitally via the offical GWR app , or from ticket machines or offices located at most of Bristol's railway stations. 

With a GWR Freedom Travel Pass, you can get unlimited travel on all trains and most buses in Bristol. You can buy a daily, weekly or monthly ticket for use any time, any day. Find out more  here . 

TIER e-scooters and e-bikes  are a fun way to explore Bristol. They’re easy to find, quick to use and have parking/pick-up spaces across the city. Users will need to download the TIER app and create an account and prove they are over the age of 18 with a valid full or provisional driving licence to ride an e-scooter. E-scooters and e-bikes cost 99p to unlock and then 16p per minute, or you can choose from a variety of passes. 

Number Seven Boats and Bristol Ferry Boats operate regular ferry services to and from waterfront attractions and key points along the harbourside. The Bristol Packet runs guided trips around Bristol and along the river Avon to Bath.

For a journey with a difference, Avon River Cruises run private charter hire trips around Bristol harbour and on the River Avon, with on-board catering if required.

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Since November 2022, Bristol has operated a Clean Air Zone in the city centre to tackle air pollution. This means that owners of all higher emission vehicles must pay to drive in the city centre. While over 71% of vehicles travelling in to the city already meet emissions standards, you can check whether you will be charged using the Government's online compliance checking tool . Find out more about Bristol's Clean Air Zone here . 

Bristol has plenty of city centre car parks. You can find out more about Bristol car parks and travelling by car at www.travelwest.info/drive .

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Bristol City Council provides Home to School Travel services to   empower young people to travel to and from education safely and as independently as possible. This may be a free bus pass, a free rail pass, payment for mileage driven by parents or carers, or a personal travel budget (PTB). We ensure that our policies are in line with current national guidance, fair for children and families, and are effective use of available resources.

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Armed person pretending to be new student gets on central Pa. school bus

A person pretending to be a new student at a Franklin County high school had a weapon when police took them into custody at the school on Wednesday, district officials said.

The unidentified person got on a bus during the Wednesday morning route to James Buchanan High School in Mercersburg. During the ride, this person had “minimal interaction” with actual students on the bus, according to Rodney Benedick, superintendent for the Tuscarora School District.

Benedick said it became evident when the person arrived at the high school’s main office that they were not a new student and did not have a legitimate reason to be there.

The high school’s police officer took the person into custody and the school was placed on lockdown. Pennsylvania State Police were called in during the lockdown to investigate, Benedick said.

In addition to an unspecified weapon, Benedick said the person was carrying alcohol and a vape device. The items were not on display during the bus ride or on the high school’s campus, Benedick said, and the person carrying them did not make any threatening statements.

The name of the person and any charges they may be facing was not released as of Thursday.

Benedick said the school district is investigating how this person was allowed to board one of their school buses.

“I understand that today’s events are unsettling and I want to assure you that the safety and security of our Tuscarora School District students, faculty and staff remains our highest priority,” Benedick said in a letter posted on the district’s website.

“We are committed to creating a safe environment for our students in all aspects of their Tuscarora School District experience and will continue to review our policies, procedures and processes to ensure, to the greatest degree possible, that a situation such as this does not occur in the future.”

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Looking for Moscow to Bristol Flight? Here’s all you need to know! For convenience and to save time, pick the airport that is closest to your destination. The nearest airport to Bristol is Bristol and the IATA code for the same is BRS. Currently, there are 6 airlines operating flights between the two destinations and approximately 38 flights take off from Moscow to Bristol every week. Need information on Moscow to Bristol airfare? The minimum airfare for a Moscow to Bristol flight would be 112698, which may go up to 517334 depending on the route, booking time and availability. It is recommended that you book a round-trip, since it always works out to be more economical. Flight Details for Moscow to Bristol If you are looking for Moscow to Bristol flights, there is no dearth of options to choose from. Several reputed airlines currently offer both direct and indirect flights between the two destinations. Some of these are EgyptAir, Aer Lingus, KLM Royal Dutch, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Swiss. Out of these, only 0 airlines operate direct flights. Indirect flights may involve more travel time, but they usually cost lesser than direct flights. The number of flights operated by each airline is as follows:EgyptAir: 32, Aer Lingus: 32, KLM Royal Dutch: 32, Emirates: 32, Qatar Airways: 32, Swiss: 32 To board the first Moscow to Bristol flight, choose Emirates, Aer Lingus, which departs at 00:50 The last flight for this route is Qatar Airways, Aer Lingus, departing at 23:50 Bristol Airport Information Bristol Bristol has an amazing blend of history, culture and heritage. It is the largest city in the south west of England which is almost 105 miles away from west of London, and 44 miles east of Cardiff. With a population of almost half a million, the city lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire. The city has been politically administered by both countries at various times. Its exquisite beauty and serene landscape has created a young, vibrant and astonishing city that lures large number of travellers from all over the world. Being a gateway to Southwest England, Bristol is only an hour away from London. The entire city is surrounded by attractive countryside and coastline with historic woodlands and open lush green space that makes it a perfect tourist spot for people who are lovers of natural beauty. Bristol has much more to offer to tourist due to its ancient historical wealth and vibrancy. It lures large number of tourists from every corner of world. Famous for its music and film industries, the city was one of the finalists for the 2008 European Capital Culture. Travellers must visit the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery which houses a collection of numerous natural history, archaeology, local glassware, Chinese ceramics and art and art lover will surely loved it. You can enjoy number of events here in the city as it is a home to one of the seven national Foodies festivals which includes master classes from Levi Roots and Ed Baines. Apart from this, city beaches, restaurant tents, pop-up cinemas and burlesque shows can be enjoyed in Bristol. Overall, it is a prosperous city where you can enjoy endless things with family and friends. Whenever you plan a trip next, visit Bristol. At MakeMyTrip.com, you can do online air ticket booking. In just few minutes, one will get confirmation SMS of air ticket on your mobile. Here, you will get numerous profitable deals and can choose the best as per the decided budget.

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ELEANOR, W.Va. ( WSAZ /Gray News) - A school bus driver and nine students were hospitalized following a crash in West Virginia Wednesday morning.

Putnam County Sheriff Bobby Eggleton said the crash happened around 7:30 a.m. on Route 62, also known as Roosevelt Boulevard, in the Eleanor area.

The sheriff says the bus driver experienced a medical emergency leading to the bus leaving the road and crashing into a tree.

The driver and nine students were taken to the hospital, and at least one child was seriously injured and had to undergo surgery.

Twenty-eight students were on board during the incident, most attending George Washington Elementary and Middle School.

Twenty-eight students were on board a school bus that crashed into a tree Wednesday morning.

The road was shut down in both directions while crews worked to reconstruct the scene.

Putnam County Schools released a statement following the crash.

“It is our understanding that, at this time, the bus operator and approximately nine students have been transported to area hospitals by medical staff or family members. Putnam County Schools extends our sincere thoughts and prayers to our PCS bus operator and all students involved. We are grateful for our first responders, EMS, law enforcement agencies, the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department, medical staff, and school staff, who responded instantly and overwhelmingly to the incident,” the district said.

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Colston avenue (southbound), central bristol - closure - (various services).

Colston Avenue heading from Rupert Street to St Augustines Parade will be closed to various services between 06:00 and 13:00 on Sunday 14th April to facilitate carriageway works.

As a result of this closure the following bus stops will not be served.

Broad Quay bus stops C1 to C6.

Centre C9 (Electricity House).

Centre C12 (Christmas Steps).

Anchor Road A1.

Passengers for services  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 41, 72, 77, u1, u2, Y6 & NS are not affected and will use their normal bus stops.

Passengers for services 6, 7, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48 & 49 are advised to board or alight on Rupert Street bus stop B4 where the services will terminate and commence from.

Passengers for services 24, 70, 73, 75, 76, m1 & A1 that normally board or alight in Broad Quay are advised to board or alight at Prince Street bus stop Q1 heading towards Bedminster or Prince Street bus stop Q2 heading towards Haymarket, or the Lewins Mead (m1) or Haymarket bus stops outside of the Bristol Fashion.

Passengers for services m3, m4, T1 and Y1 are advised to board or alight at Lewins Mead where the services will terminate and commence from.

Passengers for North Somerset Services heading from Bristol only are advised to board at the Bus Station or the temporary bus stop that is situated in the bus lane on Hotwell Road just after the roundabout.

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Beach Road (part), Weston-super-Mare - CLOSURE - (20, 126 & X1)

Beach Road in Weston-super-Mare between Quantock Road and the Grand Atlantic Hotel will be closed to services 20, 126 & X1 between 08:00 and 17:00 from Monday 15th through to Friday 19th April (five days) to facilitate carriageway works.

Services 20 and 126 will be diverted via Quantock Road and Walliscote Road where service 20 will resume normal route and service 126 will continue to divert to resume normal route at the Marine Parade bus stop in both directions.

Regretfully the bus stops Ellenborough Park North, Clevedon Road, Clarence Road North and Royal Sands all on Beach Road will not be served and passengers are advised to board or alight at either Charlton Road bus stop on Uphill Road North or Marine Parade bus stop on the sea front. All bus stops on the diversion route will also be observed.

Service X1 from Clevedon Road will be diverted via Walliscote Cote Road to resume normal route at the Marine Parade bus stop in both directions.

Regretfully the bus stops Ellenborough Park North and Clevedon Road bus stops will not be served and passengers are advised to board or alight at either Whitecross Road bus stop on Clevedon Road or Marine Parade. All bus stops on the diversion route will also be observed.

Bell Hill Road, St George, CLOSURE - (41, 42 & 43)

Bell Hill Road will be closed to services 41, 42 and 43 between 07:00 and 23:59 on Sunday 14th April to facilitate carriageway works.

Services 41, 42 and 43 will be diverted from St George Fountain via Summerhill Road, Nags Head Hill and Kingsway to resume normal routes at Two Mile Hill in both directions.

Regretfully the bus stops between and including Orchard Road and Rodney Road will not be served and passengers are advised to board or alight at either Northcote Road bus stop on Church Road or the Two Mile Court bus stop on Two Mile Hill.

All bus stops on the diversion route will also be observed.

Oakfield Road, Frome - CLOSURE - (D2 & D2X)

Oakfield Road between Broadway and Critchell Road in Frome will be closed to service D2  between 08:00 and 17:00 on Friday 12th April to facilitate carriageway works.

Service D2 will operate normal route as far as Broadway then will be diverted via Portland Road to resume normal route at the junction of Critchell Road and Westfield Road in both directions.

Regretfully the bus stops the The Acorns and Police Station on Oakfield Road and the Royal Oak bus stop on Broadway will not be served and passengers are advised to board or alight at either the Westover bus stop on Critchell Road or the Portland Road bus stop on the Broadway.

Service D2X will divert via Butts Hill, Marston Road and Westfield Road to resume normal route in both directions.

Regretfully the bus stops between and including The Acorns and Memorial Theatre Complex will not be served and passengers are advised to board or alight at either Westover bus stop on  Critchell Road or Market Place.

West Street, Somerton - CLOSURE - (77)

West Street in Somerton will be closed to service 77 from first bus on Wednesday 20th March and will remain fully closed until last bus on Thursday 18th April (estimated) to facilitate carriageway works.

Service 77 will be unable to serve any of the bus stops in the village and passengers are advised to board or alight at the the bus stops on Behind Berry for both directions of travel.

Dowsell Way, Yate - CLOSURE - (Y2)

Dowsell Way in Yate will be closed to service Y2 from 07:00 on Monday 11th March for approximately eight weeks to facilitate carriageway works.

Service Y2 heading towards Bristol only will from the roundabout at the junction of Eastfield Drive and Leechpool Way will go straight across to resume normal route.

Regretfully the Leechpool Way bus stop on Dowsell Way will not be served and passengers are advised to board or alight at either the Summers Mead or Peartree Hey bus stops on Eastfield Drive.

Service changes in the West of England from 7 April 2024

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The below changes, which will see improvements to the overall bus network in the West of England, are part of a bi-annual review of routes, and will come into effect from Sunday 7 April.

For a number of services, the timetable & route will not change - please refer to the unaffected routes drop-down at the end of each area for these services..

The new timetables are available to view on our Forthcoming Timetables page, and route maps and pdf timetables are available to download below too.

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** UPDATED ** - Hutton Village - EMERGENCY CLOSURE - (126)

Hutton Hill in the village of Hutton is currently closed to service 126 until further notice due to a landslide. The closure is for unknown duration and when details have been confirmed the web page will be updated.

Service 126 heading towards Wells will divert via Moor Lane, Moor Croft Road, Vereland Road resuming normal route at Hutton Hill (Part unaffected),

Service 126 heading towards Weston will operate the reverse of the above.

For more information, please contact our Customer Services Department

A432 Badminton Road M4 bridge - CLOSURE - (Y1)

The A432 Badminton Road will be closed from the Willy Wicket roundabout to the junction of Church Road in Frampton Cotterell from 19:00 on Wednesday 12th July to service Y1 until further notice, until at least 2025.

The A432 Badminton Road is still open between Church Road and Cuckoo Lane for vehicles and the bridge will remain open to pedestrians and cyclists until the bridge over the M4 is demolished.

Please note as a result of this closure the service Y1 will suffer inevitable delays and passengers are advised to allow extra time on their journeys. This will also cause delays to all other services in the area due to the high volume of dispersed traffic finding alternative routes.

The Bristol Zone boundary bus stop will be the Quarry Barton bus stop on Bristol Road by Whiteshill Common.

Service Y1 heading towards Yate & Chipping Sodbury will operate as normal as far as the traffic lights at Hambrook junction but instead of going straight across, will divert left onto the B4058 Bristol Road (serving 'The Stream' bus stop), through Winterbourne village, then turn right into Church Road to its end and left onto Badminton Road (part unaffected) to resume normal route. Service Y1 heading towards Bristol will operate the reverse of the above.

Regretfully the following bus stops will not be served during this closure in both directions:

Hambrook - Cuckoo Lane - Down Road - Park Lane - Station Road - St Saviours Church - Heathcote Drive 

Heading towards Bristol the Church Road bus stop on Badminton Road will also not be served.

All bus stops on the diversion route will be observed in both directions including the bus stop outside of the Co-op in Winterbourne village heading towards Bristol.

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Wrington Village - CLOSURE - (125)

Wrington Village will be closed to services 125 from on Monday 8th April, between 09:30 to 15:30 through to Friday 12th April (five days) to facilitate carriageway works.

Service 125 will terminate their journey at the Langford Post office and commence its journeys from here.

Regretfully the bus stops between and including Yew Tree Close and Greenwell Lane will not be served.

Passengers are advised to board or alight at Langford Post Office stop on Langford Road.

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