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Public Transport

Reliable, frequent bus services are a key factor of any successful Travel Plan. With the exception of most rural bus routes, services are operated on a commercial basis. This makes it difficult for the Passenger Transport Authority or the University to control fare levels or provide new services. This does not mean we should give up. The University has and continues to work closely with First Eastern Counties to make improvements to services.

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UEA/First Bus Launch mticket for Smartphone


From 1 June, staff and students at the University will be able to buy tickets on their smart phones via a new app, "First Mobile Tickets". UEA customers will no longer need to complete a paper based application, provide or photo or queue during the first week of term to purchase their 3month, Annual Zone 1 - 5 or Annual Network or the Trio (valid between 1 September 2014 and 30 June 2015).

The initiative means students will be able to buy their tickets even before they arrive on campus so can enjoy the benefits of affordable bus travel from day one at UEA.

UEA customers can now purchase via the "First Mobile Ticket App" which is available for free on App Store and Google Play. Customers simply download the app, register, select the ticket they want and navigate the secure payment system. Once the payment section is complete, bus tickets will be downloaded and live in a virtual wallet ready for the customer to show the driver. Repeat users need only select the required tickets and confirm their debit/credit card's security code.

Dawn Dewar, Transport Coordinator, UEA said, "we are very pleased to have been able to work in partnership with First Bus to develop this app; the use of smartphones and apps is very much the way in which our students are used to communicating and buying goods so it makes perfect sense to provide a platform that suits their lifestyle. Furthermore we are the first University to launch a mticket so this is very exciting"

FAQ's re: mtickets

Important News: Lost/Stolen Bus season Ticket Insurance


The company currently providing bus pass insurance - Travel & General - announced earlier this year it will no longer be selling insurance policies for staff and student passes.

Anyone who has already purchased insurance prior to March 1 is still insured, and will be until their policy runs out. If anyone has a claim, they should contact First Bus via the contact form on their website at www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/suffolk_norfolk/help_contact/contact_us/.

Konect Bus 9: Wymondham to UEA via NNUH


Please note the following information provided by Konect Bus in respect of changes to this service:

“Service 9 was changed in January and the peak period only buses were withdrawn from the Campus due mainly because of traffic congestion in the area and very low numbers using the bus from UEA. This was causing a knock on effect at the Hospital and to improve reliability from there buses were withdrawn from UEA.
The off peak service still operates as before.”

 timetable for service 9 or visit: http://www.konectbus.co.uk for detail of other services.



Make the Connection, Bus Service 25X. 

Bus Service 30Every 12 minutes, limited stop, fast, frequent & reliable 

Travelling from outside Norwich?  Fed up with the cost driving? Then why not make the connection and  benefit from low cost bus travel and fast frequent connections to the University from the rail Station, City Centre and Newmarket Rd?


Provided in partnership with First Bus, Service 25X, operates term time, morning and evenings connecting Attleborough, Wymondham,  Thorpe St Andrew and many more popular Norfolk towns and villages to the University every 12 minutes.  Connect with service 30 at the rail station, city centre or Newmarket Rd.  Annual season ticket prices are just £210 for zones 1 to 5 which includes Attleborough and £340 for the network pass which includes Gt Yarmouth. 
 

Make the connection, for a timetable click here

25X

From - To

Via

11/11A

Norfolk & Norwich Hospital - Sprowston

Cringleford & City Centre

13

Attleborough to Spixworth

Wymondham, NNUH, Newmarket Rd and Norwich

13A/B

Attleborough to Norwich

Wymondham, NNUH, Newmarket Rd and Norwich

14

Wymondham to Wroxham

Hethersett, Newmarket Rd, Norwich Dussindale and Salhouse

14A

Wymondham to Wroxham

Hethersett, Newmarket Rd, Norwich and Dussindale

15

Wymondham to Blofield Heath

Hethersett, Newmarket Rd, Norwich and Broadland Business Park

15A

Wymondham to Lingwood

Hethersett, Newmarket Rd, Norwich and Broadland Business Park

X1

Peterborough to Lowestoft

Wisbech, King's Lynn, Swaffham, Dereham, Easton, Norwich, Acle & Great Yarmouth




For all First Bus timetables please follow this link:
http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/easterncounties/easterncounties/home


Coach Services

National Express provide coach services to London (service 490) and all major airports (service 727) with a pick up/set down point located in the lay-by outside the ZICER building.   Please visit www.nationalexpress.com for further information and booking or buy your tickets at the Union of UEA Students Travel Shop on campus.

The campus is also served by Megabus.com. who operate a twice daily service to London.  Tickets start from £1.00 one-way.  Book on-line at www.megabus.com
  

 

  

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