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This site gives information about many methods of travelling to and from campus. It includes local and national travel, university loan schemes and help for those who cycle, walk or use public transport instead of driving.
Information for those travelling to the University
This June, beat the jams and take up the Jambuster challenge. Leave the car at home this June and earn points by taking the bus, cycling, walking or car sharing.
Take part individually or as a team for a chance to win great prizes!
For more information, visit the Jambusting website here
Put your winter kit in the garage, get on your bike and sign-up to Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride. Plus, explore new cycle
routes and leisure rides in your area.
People flocked to Bath from all over the country last month to celebrate the opening of the UK's longest cycling tunnel
- Two Tunnels Greenway.
Three double electronic vehicle charging points have been installed in East Car Park. Six car parking spaces have been allocated to these charging points.
Four of these spaces are reserved for Electric Vehicle permit holders until 10:30 Monday to Friday, after which they become available for any permit holder.
Enjoy the spring with a selection of great routes, maps and leisure rides suitable for beginners and family riders:
'Travel Actively is a portfolio of 50 projects being delivered by Active Travel Consortium: a partnership of leading walking, cycling and health organisations committed to providing opportunities for 1.8 million people to become more physically active through active travel by 2012. Since 2008, Travel Actively projects have provided opportunities for over 1.5 million people to become physically active through daily travel choices and have generated a body of evidence showing how regular active travel can positively impact on health and well-being.'
The following report demonstrates how Travelactively work with 'communities, schools, businesses and local authorities to improve neighbourhoods, increase physical activity and promote health and well-being'. Please click here for report.
We plan for Liftshare Week 2013 to be even bigger and better! It will be held from 7-11 October 2013. More details coming in due course; watch this space...
Calling all University staff who travel to work using public transport, a bicycle or a motorcycle ....
Did you know that the University run three assisted purchase schemes? They may be of assistance during the credit crunch! Follow this link to read the details.
Updates to Rail Services: