Planning your journey
Plan your journey door to door using the Traveline Yorkshire Journey Planner. You can explore all the different ways you can travel with routes and times for buses, trains, coaches and ferries in the UK.
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A range of bus and coach companies operate locally offering convenient travel across the East Riding.
There are also a variety of travel schemes available offering free or discounted travel to older people, or people with a disability.
These bus and coach operators offer bus services in the East Riding:
You may qualify for a national and/or local bus pass if you are an older person or you have a disability.
Free national bus travel for older and/or disabled people
If you are of pensionable age and/or you have a disability, you may qualify for a national bus pass. This will entitle you to use bus services across the UK for free. You can find out more about the national bus pass on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.
If you are aged 11 or over, and you are unable to travel on buses without someone to help you, you can apply to have a companion travel with you for free. More about the companion entitlement is available on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.
Please note: the companion entitlement is only valid for travel on buses within the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Free local bus travel for disabled people
A disabled person’s local travel pass offers free local travel on buses and trains. You can apply if you are an East Riding resident and you are:
If you would like to go further afield, these coach companies offer travel to a range of UK destinations.
National Express travel throughout the UK to places such as:
National Express offer coachcards for people aged 60 or over, and for anyone who has a disability. These offer a third off on all standard and fully flexible coach fares.
National Express offer a range of services for people who need extra help on their journey. This includes those travelling with:
Acklams Coaches run a range of day trips from the East Riding to popular attractions throughout the UK. These include:
If it is not easy for you to access public transport, or other forms of transport, you may be able to join and use a local community transport scheme. These schemes are run by local volunteer groups to help: