We've brought together all the important information you'll need about travelling to College.
If you are on a full-time 16+ Further Education course you can access our free transport network. The details of these routes can be found below. If you do not live directly on the route please discuss with Student Services how you will be able to access the College buses.
The College operates a fleet of minibuses and also runs transport to and from all of the local bus and train stations.
As part of our FREE transport commitment, we also offer support with mileage costs and support towards train and bus costs and for your travel between your home and the pick-up point.
There are eleven routes covering the region - from Bridlington in the north; Withernsea in the east; Barton upon Humber in the south and Pocklington in the west.
To ask our Transport Manager a question, either make an online enquiry or telephone: 0800 731 82 81.
Maybury Road will be closed for three weeks from Monday 24 September, rather than from Monday 17 September. Two stops on Holderness Road and three on Maybury Road will be out of action during this time, as shown by the red line on the map below.
The green line shows the diverted route the bus will take; please use bus stops along this route during the road closure.
If you’re traveling to College by car, we offer free parking on campus to all students and at all times. The car parks on the edges of the campus are well lit and secured overnight. Passes to allow vehicles on the campus are arranged by our transport department.