St Albans is well served by public transport. This page provides information to help you discover and use your local public transport facilities. Children love buses and trains so why not use them for days out as well as daily trips.
The Council is working closely with a range of partners to provide a more integrated and sustainable transport.
The Network St Albans partnership involves the District Council, County Council, bus and rail companies, University of Hertfordshire and local businesses. Find out more about the partnership and about local public transport services at the Network St Albans website.
Online Journey Planning
There are a variety of online journey planners to help you plan your route such as:
The Network St Albans partnership have produced a simple and effective map of the bus services across the District to help people understand the bus routes across the district. This can be downloaded below. Further information about individual bus routes can be obtained from the Network St Albans website.
The Intalink website also provides comprehensive information on the bus services available across the county.
Hertfordshire County Council subsidises around 30% of local bus services to fill the gaps in the commercial network. The county council also:
- Runs the bus pass scheme within the county
- Provides school transport for eligible pupils
- Funds the SaverCard scheme allowing 11 to 18 year-olds to travel half price
- Maintains bus stops, shelters and rail/bus interchanges
- Provides timetable and service information for passengers
- Works with bus and rail operators to promote the use of public transport
Date of last review: 14 January 2013
- Information on rail services and timetables can be obtained from the National Rail Enquiry Service website or by calling 0845 7484950. For special needs and disabled assistance phone 0845 123 7770.