Travel, transport and road safety
Information on transport options, bus passes, travelling to school and cycling.
Cycling, walking and skating
Resources for cyclists including maps, recommended cycle routes, parking, rider training and how to report abandoned bikes.
Whether you're looking to do more short trips on foot or for new routes as a keen rambler, we can help you make the most of walking in Brighton & Hove.
Find out what a bus gate is, where they are and how to make sure you don't get a fine for using them.
Apply for an older person's bus pass
Check if you're the right age for an older person's bus pass and make your application
How to find a taxi, complain about a taxi journey or express interest in becoming a taxi driver.
Local transport plans and documents
Brighton & Hove Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP)
Our Bus Service Improvement Plan responds to the aims of the National Bus Strategy to improve services.
Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP)
A strategic network for active travel (walking, wheeling, cycling) in Brighton & Hove.
Local Transport Plan
Our fifth Local Transport Plan will set out our outcomes and priorities for transport and travel across the city to 2030 and what we need to do to deliver them.
Travelling through the city
Advice about using the roads safely in Brighton & Hove. How we're prioritising road safety improvements in Brighton & Hove.
Find out how to apply for an older person's or disabled person's bus pass, and taxi vouchers.
Active and inclusive travel projects
Move for Change
See what we're working on to promote active travel and provide better walking, wheeling and cycling infrastructure for people in Brighton & Hove.
One Journey Better
Projects we're working on to support active, inclusive and sustainable travel in the city.
Electric vehicles and charging
Find information on electric vehicles, charging and support for electric vehicle owners.
eCargo Bike Accelerator Project
We support local businesses and organisations to start using electric-cargo bikes. Your business could be eligible for a £125 subsidy to help make this change.
Hanover and Tarner Liveable Neighbourhood project
The Liveable Neighbourhood is a pilot project which aims to minimise the amount of ‘through’ traffic in residential areas.