Travel in Herts
- For all Hertfordshire bus information please visit
- Alternatively you can call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33, calls
from BT landlines cost 10p per minute, mobile and other providers'
charges may vary.
- Get discounted bus travel for 11-18 year olds with the Hertfordshire 11-18 SaverCard! Click here.
Do you have a Smartphone? Get travel information straight away!
- Get the Herts Bus Info App (Intalink)
QR Codes are now being used in Hertfordshire to allow you to get travel information directly to your mobile phone. If you have a mobile with the internet and a camera, then you can use this service. For more information, click on the logo below:
You can find train routes, times and fares by using the links below. Both the train travel sites given below can be used to book online. They will help you plan a journey, tell you what stations you need to change at and how long journeys will take.
- If you use the train a lot, are aged between 16 and 25, and travel after 10 am you can get a 16-25 rail card. This gives you a third off the cost of your journey, but costs you £26, so you need to work out whether it's worth it for you.
- You can ask about the card at any station ticket office or check out the National Rail website.
- If you need financial help with transport to school or college, and are aged 16-19, you may be eligible for discounted travel on buses and trains through Herts Direct.
Hertfordshire Student TrainCard
If you are a student in full time post compulsory education in Hertfordshire at school sixth form or college then you may qualify for reduced train fare with a Hertfordshire TrainCard.
A Hertfordshire Student TrainCard entitles the holder to a 1/3 discount on the adult season ticket fare for train journeys between home and school/college at all times of the day. To use the TrainCard you must purchase a weekly, monthly or longer ticket at the 1/3 discount rate.
Try to avoid travelling late at night on your own. If it is necessary to travel after dark then make sure you are not on your own and somebody knows where you are at all times.
For more information about travel:
- For all types of transport, with journey planner: http://www.transportdirect.info
- Bus routes and times http://www.intalink.org.uk
- Rail Journey planner http://www.nationalrail.co.uk
If you are aged 16-25 and live in a village or rural area, there is a moped loan scheme called Scoots that may be able to help - see the download below for more information.