Park and Ride
The park and ride service will be free all day on Thursday 20 June 2019 to show support for clean air day. You can find out more about clean air day online.
Please note: the bus stop in Pepper Street will be closed from 11 March 2019 for eight months. Park and Ride from Wrexham Road will use a temporary stop in Grosvenor Street. Buses 13 and 61 will stop at Lower Bridge Street. There will be no changes to outbound services.
It is simple and easy to use our Park and Ride service for a hassle-free journey into Chester city centre. We offer services around the city of Chester. The Blue Line service PR1 and the Green Line service PR2.
Your ticket is valid all day. You can hop on and off the bus as many times as you like, meaning you can spend as much time in Chester as you need. You can visit our tickets page for more information.
Where should I park?
We have four dedicated car parks. Make sure you park in the right car park according to the service you will be getting. You can find all the information about where to park online.
Using our Park and Ride service offers many benefits:
- Low cost: our low fares mean that Park and Ride is one of the most cost effective forms of transport into the city centre.
- Faster journey: dedicated bus lanes and fewer stops than local buses mean quicker access to the centre of the city.
- Be green: using Park and Ride keeps cars out of the city centre meaning improved air quality and faster journeys for everyone. All our buses have the latest low emission engines too.
All our buses offer:
- Free wifi.
- USB charging.
- Premium quality seats which allows you to work on the go in a comfortable environment.
We aim to offer a high standard to all our customers and welcome wheelchair users. If you have a question about mobility scooter access please contact Stagecoach our bus provider.
What if I lose something on the bus?
If you lose something on one of our buses don't worry. You can contact our provider Stagecoach and they will help you with your enquiry.