Park and ride
COVID-19 Update: National Lockdown
The park and stride car park (located at Angerland) is open to all staff, students and visitors at no charge from 07.00 - 19.00 Monday - Friday. There will be no shuttle bus service but commuters can take this opportunity to get active, enjoy being outdoors and increase your daily ‘step count’. Those who work or study at the de Havilland campus can still take advantage of the park and stride by walking to the Forum Bus exchange and then jumping on any UNO bus that goes via the de Havilland bus stops to complete their journey (just show your UH ID card to the driver), or you could continue your walk.
If you choose to park on campus normal conditions will apply, so you will need a pay-as-you-use permit or a pre-paid permit.
What is park and ride?
Our regular shuttle bus service, park and ride, connects 800 parking spaces at Angerland with our College Lane and de Havilland Campus facilities.
The bus runs every 10 minutes, Monday to Friday 07:00 - 22:00 during term time only.
When taking the shuttle bus please ensure you wear a face covering and follow the government’s latest safer travel guidance.
Where to find us
Located off Junction 2 of the A1(M) on Southway (A1001), the parking area is only:
- 5 minutes from the M25
- 10 minutes from the M1
- Location by post code - AL10 8HS
- Bus route map for park and ride
Tickets for park and ride
You need a ticket to board the shuttle bus at the Angerland park and ride stop. Purchase your shuttle bus ticket from the ticket machine located at the park and ride bus shelter.
How much does it cost to use park and ride?
1 ticket costs £1 and needs to be used on the day of purchase. Please have the correct coinage as change is not given.