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View information about different travel options and discounts available whether you're travelling by bus, train or e-scooter.

You can also earn rewards through the BetterPoints app for choosing sustainable transport modes.

If you’re driving to campus, parking rates have been frozen for this academic year. You'll also find more information below about our car pooling scheme, which could save you money and time, along with having a positive impact on the environment.

Buses and Bus Passes

National Express offer a discounted monthly or annual bus pass for staff.

Find out how to purchase a discounted pass.

National Express No.14

The University has partnered with National Express to provide a new bus service, bus number 14. This service is subsidised by the University, so you can use it for a fare of only £1 if shown a University ID card. The service connects campus to Coventry City Centre, Tile Hill Railway station, Eastern Green and Cannon Park shops. Find out more.

Choose Your Way Warwick (Betterpoints)

Download the BetterPointsLink opens in a new window app and start earning points for choosing sustainable transport modes. You’ll accumulate rewards or vouchers which you can redeem at popular retailers or donate to a charity of your choice.

Watch this videoLink opens in a new window to find out more.

A minibus from the bus on demand service

West Midlands Bus on Demand

West Midlands Bus on Demand is a new type of bus service. It does not follow a specific route or timetable. Instead, you book a journey, and a bus will pick you up at a time you choose. Individual journey prices are based on distance and are charged anywhere between £1 - £6. You can add up to 9 people to your journey for £1 each.

New riders registering before 31 December 2022 can get 2 free rides using the promo code: CHOOSEWMOD

See how to book a ride, where the service operates and the ticket prices.Link opens in a new window

Car Sharing

In partnership with Liftango, we have launched a carpooling scheme which could save you money and time, along with having a positive impact on the environment. You can use the service as a rider (car passenger) or a driver.

Learn more about carpooling and the Liftango app

People walking and cycling to work in a city

Cycle to Work Scheme

As part of our commitment to protecting the environment, reducing traffic congestion on campus and improving the health and wellbeing of staff we operate a Cycle to Work Scheme.

Employees seeking to commute to work by bike can hire a bike (including e-bikes), throughvia salary sacrifice from your pay over a 12-month period, with the option to own it at the end of this time. This may result in savings depending upon your personal circumstances.

Find out more about the cycle to work scheme

escooters on campus

West Midlands Cycle Hire

You can find and hire a bike at several docking stations on campus 24/7. Ebikes are also now available for hire and they can make pedalling easier!ns in a new wind

There are two ways to ride with West Midlands Cycle Hire, you can either buy bundles of minutes up-front or pay as you ride.

Save £s on rides between 6am-11am

Ride between 6am and 11am and WMCA cover the cost of the £1 unlock fee – meaning you’ll only pay for the minutes you ride.

To hire a bike or e-bike, you will need to download the Beryl cycle hire appLink opens in a new window

Visit the West Midlands Cycle HireLink opens in a new window webpage to learn more about the docking stations, how to hire a bike or e-bike and how to pay for it.

A car park on campus


Railcards can help you save up to 1/3 off selected train fares.

Find out about railcard optionsLink opens in a new window and see if there is one which would be right for you.