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Our public transport website is a one-stop shop for all your transport needs: from journey planning to public transport information, community transport support and active travel (that’s cycling, walking, e-bikes and e-scooters!)

Public Transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Our public transport website is a one-stop shop for all your transport needs: from journey planning to public transport information, community transport support and active travel (that’s cycling, walking, e-bikes and e-scooters!)

You can order your free bus pass, find out more about what’s available in your area and get all your local transport information here.

Visit the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Transport website.

Journey Planner

You can plan your journeys across the region, using public transport to move around. The journey planner prioritises public transport and active travel like walking.

Buses

Buses can get us out and about in the region and further. On our public transport website you can find information about the various bus services available, including information about school transport, subsidised bus services, and where you can buy bus tickets.

You can also learn about and apply for a free bus pass if you’re eligible.

Active Travel

Active travel means transport which involves physical activity such as walking and cycling to get from one destination to another.  This could include travel to and from the places we live, work, learn, visit, and play.

The Combined Authority is taking action to get more people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough walking and cycling including rolling out electric bikes and scooters and creating more walkways and cycle paths.

Find out more about e-vehicles and cycling in the region.

Community Transport

Community transport provides journeys for people who have difficulty using ordinary public transport.

Most community transport schemes are for people who:

  • do not have access to public transport or their own car
  • find using public transport difficult (for example, because of a disability or age)
  • are socially or rurally isolated from accessing basic public services and facilities (such as healthcare)

Find out more about community transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough