Bus travel in Brighton & Hove is easy and convenient - most buses are the latest models with clean, comfortable interiors as well as easy access and priority seating for older people, disabled people and those with buggies or carrying children. Buses run every few minutes on main routes and there are plenty of city centre bus stops (five colour-coded metro lines run through central Brighton & Hove).
- For people who find it difficult to use buses or get to bus stops Easylink is a door to door transport service.
- Flat Single Rate Fare £2.40 (£2.00 within the city centre)
- One day's unlimited travel costs £4.70 (‘citySAVER’ ticket from the bus driver) or £4.10 on ‘the key’ smartcard from www.smartbuses.co.uk/thekey or £4.10 as an m-ticket on your mobile from www.buses.co.uk/app
- There are large discounts for children and teenagers
- Senior citizens can travel free off-peak
- Tourist fare £1.80 (between Brighton Station and Churchill Square, Brighton Pier or the Royal Pavilion)
- Short hop fares £1.80 (Popular journeys include Hove Station to Hove Town Hall, Downs Park to Portslade and Fiveways to London Road)
- For other bus companies’ fares and tickets please follow the links to their websites, at the bottom of this page.
Find out if you could you receive free travel on any local bus service in England with a National Free Travel Bus Pass.
Breeze up to the Downs is a network of three bus services linking the city with some of its most popular countryside destinations, within the South Downs National Park.: Devil's Dyke, Stanmer Park and Ditchling Beacon.
For general advice on your bus/rail travel options, contact the Public Transport Team on (01273) 292480.