Can I use my bus pass on Brighton Park and Ride?
A city saver ticket will enable you to use buses in the city area all day. Go to the Brighton & Hove buses website for fares and different ways to pay. Buses are free if you have an England National bus pass (like our disabled person’s bus pass or older person’s bus pass).
How do you get American Express card from Brighton?
Take the exit toward the B2123 Falmer. If using public transport, The Amex can be reached by train. Falmer Rail Station lies practically adjacent to stadium. Trains from Brighton Rail Station leave every 10 to 20 minutes for the 10-minute journey.
How do I get to Brighton FC?
Train Travel Falmer station is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the north concourse of the Amex Stadium. It is served by Southern Rail and is approximately nine minutes from Brighton mainline station, with trains serving Falmer every ten minutes on a matchday.
Do I have to wear a mask on Brighton buses?
From today (Monday, July 19), people are no longer legally required to wear masks on public transport or at shops. Brighton & Hove and Metrobus Managing Director Martin Harris said that while face coverings would no longer be compulsory on public transport, people were strongly encouraged to wear one, unless exempt.
Does Brighton have a park and ride?
use Park and Ride and cut out all the stress. The easiest way to reach Brighton & Hove city centre is by using Park & Ride. The no. 27 bus service starts from Tongdean Lane next to the Withdean Sports Complex car park entrance.
Is there free parking at Brighton Marina?
The car park offers FREE PARKING for 1500 vehicles for marina visitors only (time limits apply). Height restrictions apply 1.85m. Asda offers customer parking up to 3 hours. We are also part of the Brighton & Hove community car club.
Where is Brighton FC located?
Brighton and Hove, United KingdomBrighton & Hove Albion F.C. / Location
Where is Brighton and Hove Albion stadium?
American Express Community StadiumBrighton & Hove Albion F.C. / Arena/Stadium
Where is Brighton and Hove football stadium?
Is it compulsory to wear face masks on the bus?
Passengers will no longer be required to wear face coverings on the London transport network from Thursday. Transport for London (TfL) said it would no longer be a condition of carriage for masks to be worn, to tie in with the government’s lifting of restrictions in England.
Where can I park for free in Brighton?
Here are some streets with free parking in Brighton:
- Withdean Avenue.
- Manor Hill.
- Bavant Road.
- Horton Road.
- The Avenue.
- Brentwood Road.
- Harrington Villas.
- Hollingdean Road.
Where can you park for free in Hove?
Here are some streets with free parking in Hove:
- All on-street parking in Hove is free from 8 pm to 9 am the following day, seven days a week.
- Saint Josephs Close.
- Isabel Crescent.
- Orchard Gardens.
- Boundary Road (West Side Only)
- Dorothy Road.
- Maple Gardens.
- Bellingham Crescent.
How long is a bus ticket valid for in Brighton?
Valid on all Brighton & Hove buses except City Sightseeing, they are valid on Night buses. Once activated, this ticket will be valid for 24 hours. Not valid on City Sightseeing. Valid for two adults travelling together. Once activated, this ticket will be valid for 24 hours.
Does Brighton&Hove Albion have a bus service to AMEX Stadium?
We are pleased to provide a network of bus routes serving the Amex Stadium on Brighton & Hove Albion match days along with other bus companies. Your Albion match ticket/season ticket allows you to travel on any Brighton & Hove bus to and from the match, unless your match ticket states that free travel is not valid.
How do I travel to and from a Brighton&Hove match?
Your Albion match ticket/season ticket allows you to travel on any Brighton & Hove bus to and from the match, unless your match ticket states that free travel is not valid. You can travel on our buses between 11.30 and 21.00 for an afternoon match or between 16.15 and midnight for an evening match.
Where can I buy a Brighton&Hove Bus scratchcard?
Our scratchcard tickets are available to buy from selected shops, or from our 1 Stop Travel Shop, 26 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1EB and our reception at 43 Conway Street, Hove, BN3 3LT. The scratchcard tickets are the equivalent of a networkSAVER and offer unlimited travel on any Brighton & Hove bus (They are also valid on our Night buses).