Transport to College

Free transport to East Riding College

Fully funded travel is available to full-time 16 to 18-year-old learners living more than two miles from their place of study in 2016/17. Funding is available for the following on those days when attendance at College or placement is required:

1. Travel by East Yorkshire Motor Services (EYMS) buses. This includes services in the East Riding, Hull and North Yorkshire, including Scarborough and Filey

2. Travel on dedicated College services BC4 (starting in Withernsea) and BC8 (starting in Gilberdyke)

3. Travel by train or other public transport if an EYMS service or the BC4 and BC8 are not available

Everyone who is eligible on a full-time course starting in September 2016 will be able to apply for free transport to College. Support is at the discretion of the College and subject to satisfactory attendance and evidence of income. Travel on EYMS buses must involve the use of a bus pass issued by the College via EYMS.

Separate arrangements are in place for those learners aged 19 and over, please call 0345 120 0044 for more information. 

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How to get here

There are plenty of ways to get to East Riding College if you're not within walking distance.

Trains

The Scarborough to Hull line serves Seamer, Filey, Hunmanby, Bempton, Bridlington, Nafferton, Driffield, Hutton Cranswick, Arram, Beverley and Cottingham. For train times and fares, go to the National Rail Enquiries website or to mytrainticket.co.uk

Public bus services

Our Beverley and Bridlington campuses are served by the East Yorkshire Motor Services  (EYMS) 121 service. EYMS also operates other services to Beverley and Bridlington from towns and villages throughout the East Riding.
For bus times, go to the EYMS website or ring BusLine on 01482 59 29 29 .

College bus services

Eligible full-time students are entitled to free transport on the BC4 and BC8 services. The BC8 runs from Gilberdyke via North Cave and goes through the towns and villages to the west of Hull, including Hessle, Anlaby and Willerby before coming to our Beverley campus. The BC4 comes from Withernsea and passes through towns and villages including Patrington, Hedon and Skirlaugh on its way to our Beverley campus.

For more information, download the timetables (PDF 277kb) or call the College on 0345 120 0044

Additional needs

If you can't travel independently because of additional needs - not because of where you live - you may be eligible for assistance. For more information, contact your Youth Support Service advisor. If you have not been allocated an advisor, contact your local office on Beverley 01482 391300 or Bridlington on 01482 391380.