- 1,230 parking spaces
- Free parking and no need to display a ticket
- 2.2m / 7ft 2in height restriction
Lansdown Park & ride has no height restrictions and is available for motorhomes and other large vehicles.
There are intermediate stops at Bear Flat, Oldfield Road & St Mary’s Buildings. On the way into the City Centre the bus only drops off at these stops, and on the way back to Odd Down only picks up (other bus services connect these stops with the City Centre). Click here for the full route.
- Monday – Saturday (except Bank Holidays): 6:15am
- Sundays (and some Bank Holidays): 9:30am
Last bus back from the city centre:
- Monday – Saturday (except Bank Holidays): 8.30pm
- Sundays (and some Bank Holidays): 6pm
|Monday – Friday||£3.40 return per person|
|Saturday, Sunday, Bank Holidays||£3 return per person|
|Up to 5 children (under 16) with a fare-paying adult||FREE|
|10 single journey multi-ticket available on a free multi-journey smart card. Buy your first 10 journeys and get your smart card for free. Then top up with your driver or at the Bath travel shop in Bath Bus Station.||£13.50 for ten single journeys (not valid on RUH Park & Ride)|
|Group ticket (return for 2 adults after 10am Monday -Friday and all day Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays)||£6 per 2 adults|
|National Concessionary Pass Holders||FREE (except before 9am Monday - Friday)|
|First day and season tickets can be used on Bath Park & Ride.|
|SERVICE 31 (LANSDOWN P&R): Park & Ride fares only apply to journeys that start or end at the Park & Ride site. For all other trips, First's usual Bath Inner Zone fare tariffs apply. Day & week Rider tickets are also accepted.|
Until 1 September 2018 the service is operated by Wessex Bus. For further information, including fares, timetable and route map, please click here to see their website.
From 2 September 2018 First will operate the service, a copy of the new timetable is available from their website.