Missed out on the Arriva discounted bus ticket at the start of the year? You have another opportunity to purchase the discounted bus ticket which is valid until 31 December 2019.
The ticket allows travel on any Arriva bus all over Medway, Kent and East Sussex. This includes the 191 service which operates to and from Liberty Quays- Campus- Chatham- Isle of Grain, and stops on Pembroke campus and at Western Avenue and Dock Road for access to the Historic Dockyard Chatham.
The student annual ticket is £145 which works out at around 40p per day. The staff annual ticket is £300 which works out at around 82p per day. The public price for this ticket costs £990!
To get access to these huge discounts you will need to enter the relevant promotional code . Once you have entered the code, the price will drop down from £990 to £145 or £300 accordingly.
Learn more about the Arriva discounted tickets.
We are working with Arriva bus company to improve the bus services to campus. As a trial for 2016/17, the 191 service will now operate to and from Liberty Quays- Campus- Chatham- Isle of Grain. This includes stopping on Pembroke campus and at Western Avenue and Dock Road for access to the Historic Dockyard Chatham. This will help students and staff getting to campus, particularly students travelling between Liberty Quays and the Historic Dockyard Chatham.
The 191 trial will come into effect from 18 September 2016 and will be monitored over the academic year. Please provide feedback to the Transport Team – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget to check out the discounted tickets, routes and timetables at www.kent.ac.uk/transport/arriva. The annual student and staff tickets allow travel on any Arriva bus all over Medway, Kent and East Sussex. The student annual ticket is £140 which works out as only 39p per day!
Look out for the Transport Team, Estates, over Arrivals Weekend and the coming weeks where you can ask any questions and pick up timetables, leaflets and freebies.
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