The university encourages all students to travel sustainably to campus where possible, and plan ahead so you know the options available to you.
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All students are encouraged to walk and cycle to campus where possible. It's a great way to keep fit, manage your wellbeing and is very low cost! View walking times between our campuses, halls of residence and the town centres.
All our campuses have cycle parking, external bike pumps and access to showers and lockers, and BTN Bike docking stations on Brighton campuses and around the city, it's a great way to cycle to uni if you don't have a bike of your own.
Sign up to BTN BikeShare and use free ride code UNI2021 for 30mins free use.
Check the location of all the facilities on our online map, and plan your route using the Brighton and Hove or Eastbourne cycle maps.
Take a look at the c-change cycling webpages for more information on cycling to our campuses, including discounts available and buying a second hand bike.
All campuses are well served by public transport.
Brighton & Hove Buses operate in the city and surrounding areas, and Stagecoach runs services in Eastbourne. Train stations on the Southern Railway line are within walking distance of all campuses, offering direct routes to Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings.
View the public transport options in Brighton & Hove, and Eastbourne. There are discounts and offers available to help manage your travel budget, including Brighton & Hove Buses student tickets, available on your smartphone, and the Unizone discounted student train ticket. View all the offers and discounts available.
All Brighton-based students should be aware that it is normal for buses travelling to and from the city centre to Moulsecoomb and Falmer to be very busy for the first few weeks of the academic year.
If you commute to the university from further afield, take a look at our commuting student webpages.
Driving is not encouraged, and should only be done where this is absolutely necessary, reducing the demand on our car parks and congestion on the roads. Car parking on all of our campuses is restricted and only available to those with a parking permit.
If you choose to drive, consider car sharing, which will reduce the costs of driving and associated carbon emissions. Websites such as Liftshare enable you to find someone to car share with.
Car sharing is also an option with people within your household or support bubble.