Transport information for University of Bath

Discover Convenience and Comfort with Bath Unibus!


Embark on a journey with Bath Unibus service, your trusted transportation partner. Bath unibus is a dedicated university bus service operated by First Bus. It is a major bus operator in Bath, providing customers annually, prioritize reliability, safety, and enjoyable travel for students, taking care of every detail from beginning to end.


Travelling by bus to the University of Bath

🚌 Efficient Routes: Our extensive network covers many cities, ensuring you can get where you need to be, hassle-free. Click here for your local bus.


🚌 Modern Fleet: Travel in style and comfort aboard our state-of-the-art buses equipped with amenities for an enjoyable ride.


🚌 Student-Friendly Fares: We understand the importance of budget-friendly travel for students. Enjoy special discounts and fare options tailored just for you. Click here for student discounts.


🚌 Safety First: Your well-being is our top priority. Our professionally trained drivers and rigorous safety protocols ensure a secure journey every time.


🚌 Eco-Friendly Commitment: We're dedicated to reducing our carbon footprint. Travel with us and be a part of our sustainability mission.


🚌 Digital Convenience: Stay connected with our user-friendly app, allowing you to track buses in real-time, plan routes, and purchase tickets with ease. Download the app here!


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Local Taxi Service


VEEZU

36 Monmouth St, Bath BA1 2AN.


If you're a student in Bath at University of Bath, or Bath Spa University, or Bath College and you find yourself without cash or in a vulnerable situation, don’t stress, you can get home safely with a smarter local ride from Veezu.


+44 (0) 1225423377


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Click HERE to go to their website.

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Train Websites


Bath Spa Railway station (BTH).

0845 748 4950

Website link


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Visit nationalrail.co.uk or trainline.com for train timetables, fares and cheap advance tickets.

On Open Days, there will be student ambassadors posted at the station to direct you to buses and taxis.

AccessAble provides for information about the accessibility of Bath Spa railway station.


At Bath Spa Railway, they work diligently to bring about improvements for their customers every day. Their responsibilities extend beyond their customers to the communities they serve, and they are dedicated to helping foster economic and social prosperity in the UK.



For students residing in the city center, cycling is a popular and eco-friendly option.


Students in Bath benefit from a bike-friendly environment, featuring designated lanes and pathways. They have access to a range of cycle hire and storage facilities both on campus and throughout the city.


The SU offers bikes for hire for free with SU Sport Membership or loan a bike from Better By Bike. You can buy fully serviced second-hand bikes from Julian House Bike Workshop in Bath.


If walking or cycling aren't for you, you can still get your daily dose of fresh air by taking an e-scooter to campus.


Daily Photo Stream: Santander Cycles

Exploring Bath and beyond is made easy with the extensive bus network.


Buses are a popular and affordable mode of transportation for students. The Kingdom is conveniently served by numerous bus routes, making it simple for students to commute to lectures or explore. For students at University of Bath it would be more convenient with regular services and frequent stops, along with navigating their way around the University and its surroundings.

Planning a trip further afield?


Bristol International Airport, the nearest international airport to the University located at Bristol, England serves as a vital gateway connecting students and visitors to Bath and its surrounding regions. Whether students are heading home during the holidays or embarking on an exciting adventure, the airport offers a range of domestic and international flights. Students can enjoy seamless connections to various destinations, allowing them to explore the world while studying at Bath.

Getting around Bath's is a breeze with well-connected transportation options.


The best ways to get to the university from the city centre are by bus, cycling, or walking. There is a good bus service linking the city and the campus travelling by bus.


Navigating Bath is a breeze thanks to its well-connected and versatile transportation options. The Bath Spa Railway station (BTH) are key transportation hubs, facilitating easy transfers between various routes and specially helpful for Bath's students as it is centrally located and provides easy access to the heart of the city.


Buses

Bath Unibus

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FAQs
What train services go through Bath?

Bath is well-connected by various train services. The main train operators serving the city include Bath Spa Rail Service and  Great Western Railway. There are frequent services from London, Bristol and South Wales to Railway stations. For specific routes and schedules, students can check with National Rail Enquiries or the respective train company's official website.

How can I explore Bath and nearby areas using buses?

Bath's extensive bus network offers students convenient and cost-effective transportation options. The Bath's campuses are well-served by multiple bus routes, making it easy for students to commute to lectures and explore the city. As a student of the University, you can leverage student discounts and smartcards to keep your travel costs budget-friendly. For more information click here.

How does the University College London promote sustainable transportation?

Bath's promotes sustainable transportation through initiatives like encouraging active transportation (walking, cycling), promoting public transportation use, supporting carpooling and car-sharing, organizing sustainable transport events, and partnering with transport providers to improve accessibility and sustainability.