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For information regarding all forms of transport for Bournemouth, Poole and surrounding areas please visit www.gettingabout.info|
The ‘Getting About Ticket’ is a one day ticket valid for unlimited travel on the day of purchase for most buses within Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. The ticket is accepted on the following bus operators:- Wilts and Dorset-including More Buses, RATP Yellow Buses, Bournemouth Airport Shuttle, Damory, Dolphin Coaches, Gardbus, First and Shaftesbury and District. The ticket is bought from the driver of the first bus you use and then valid for the rest of that day when shown on boarding other buses. The ticket is not valid on ‘night bus’ services. The ticket can only be used for travel within Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. The ticket cannot be used for travel outside of this area. So it is not valid for travel to Ringwood, Wimborne, Ferndown, Salisbury or Swanage. The exact area of validity is shown on the local ‘Area Bus Map’ available from the Information Office at Bournemouth Rail and Coach Station – underneath Asda.
Young Person (up to 18 with proof of age, otherwise up to 15 yrs) £3.60
Group (up to 2 Adults, 2 young people) £14.00.
There is a regular bus service to Bournemouth Airport from the town.
For the route and timetable please visit www.bybus.co.uk|
Trains, coaches and local bus services feed into the main Bournemouth Rail and Coach station – also known as the Travel Interchange.
The Council provides an information office at the site which is staffed 7 days a week from 8.00am to 5.00pm (lunchtime closure between 1.15pm and 2.15pm). The office can provide tourist information and an accommodation booking service together with local bus tickets and passes.
Office contact telephone number 01202 317581
About 90% of bus services in Bournemouth are provided on a commercial basis. This means that the routes and timetables are decided by the bus companies.
Wilts and Dorset/Go South Coast – including ‘More’ buses
Discover Dorset/Airport Shuttle/City Sightseeing
Shaftesbury and District
Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch Councils produce an Area Bus Map detailing all the routes. Copies are available from the Bournemouth Rail and Coach Station office or a copy can be posted to you – please email your name and address to email@example.com|
The following bus routes are funded by the Council; without funding these would not be commercially viable.
Route 2a| - Kinson to Bournemouth & Alum Chine (partly funded by Bournemouth Borough Council) (Leybourne Avenue)
Route 2b| - Kinson to Bournemouth & Alum Chine (partly funded by Bournemouth Borough Council) (Columbia Road)
Route 20| - Poole, Bournemouth, Dean Park, Charminster, Moordown to Castlepoint.
Route 33| - Bournemouth Centre, East Cliff, Boscombe, Littledown, Bournemouth Hospital, Southbourne and Christchurch
Route 32| - Kinson, Keeble, Redhill, Winton to Bournemouth Centre and Triangle
Route 36| - Talbot View (Poole), Surrey Road, Bournemouth Centre, Talbot Woods, Wallisdown, West Howe and Kinson
Route 41| - Throop, Queens Park, Springbourne, Boscombe, Boscombe Pier and Shelley Manor
‘More’ M1 and M2 Night Buses| - Bournemouth Council contributes to the night buses which operate on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Council tries to provide supported bus routes to benefit as many residents as possible – especially in areas where there are no commercial bus services.
Shelters at bus stops are provided by the Council through our contract with Clearchannel. To report damage to a bus shelter either telephone 01202 454645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org| Please include clear location details. All shelters are identified by a number which starts 2201, please provide if possible.
National Express provides regular coach services from Bournemouth Rail and Coach Station to London Victoria, Heathrow and Gatwick Airports and many other destinations throughout the UK. National Express has a booking office at the Rail and Coach Station or, alternatively, visit their website National Express Coaches|.
At a number of key bus stops in Bournemouth an electronic display indicates when the next buses are due. The sign will show either a time for the bus to arrive or a countdown in minutes of when the bus is due.
The Council is currently under taking a trial for a Solar Powered Bus Stop| with ambient lighting. Please send us any feedback by 31st May 2013.
There may be occasions where the displays become faulty or do not show any information; if this happens please email email@example.com| or telephone 01202 454645.
Traveline – is a useful website for planning journeys by Public Transport in the South West of England.
Tel 0871 200 2233 – Calls cost 10p per minute plus network extra or visit www.travelinesw.com|
There are two stations in the area – Bournemouth and Pokesdown (for Boscombe).
South West Trains provide a service westbound to towns such as Poole, Dorchester and Weymouth and eastbound to those such as Brockenhurst, Southampton, Winchester and London. www.southwesttrains.co.uk|
Cross Country Trains provide trains to Reading, Oxford, Birmingham and through to Manchester. www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk|
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