May 2019 - Building work going on in Pepper Street
City Centre Bus Stops for shopping in Chester
01244 381 461
The Chester Park and Ride bus service was started by Chester City Council in 1984 and has served the people of Chester all years since then. The service is owned by Cheshire West and Chester Council and operated by Stagecoach.
For both routes use the bus stop at the junction of George Street and Northgate Street just outside the City Walls for easy access to the City Centre, about a three minute walk.
Park and Ride PR1 and PR2 services
Improved Park and Ride service
Cheshire West and Chester Council is pleased to announce a new improved Park and Ride Service, operated by our partners Stagecoach. Twelve brand new low-emission single-deck buses have been ordered and will enter service soon.
The four current routes have been replaced by two new routes, PR1 The Blue Line and PR2 The Green Line, that will operate ‘cross-city’ to offer more stops, meaning more travel options.
The introduction of the new service co-incides with an exciting project to improve the public realm in Frodsham Street that began on 27 June 2016 for six months.
We hope that you will enjoy our new buses and take advantage of quick and easy travel into the city centre.
Car parking is free.
Adult return bus fare £2, with up to two accompanied children (under 16 years) travelling free. Tickets can be purchased at the Park and Ride.
Frequent traveller? Why not take advantage of our saver books of tickets? Books of six return tickets for the price of five (£10) are available to purchase from the attendants on site. Plus if you have a Charisma Card show this to the attendant when you buy a saver book and you’ll be given another ticket for free.
The Park and Ride service is excluded from the concessionary travel scheme.
For all lost property enquiries please contact the bus service provider.
Telephone: 01244 381461
For people with disabilities
Our Park and Ride bus service provider aims to offer a consistently high standard of service to all our customers and ensure that as many people as possible are able to make use of our services. If you have a question about about mobility scooter access please contact Stagecoach, the bus service provider.
Telephone 01244 381 461
Dogs are allowed on the Park and Ride at the drivers discretion.
Update August 2013 - Bus Passes cannot be used on the Park and Ride
Overnight parking is allowed but the gates will be shut to the Car Park
Gates close to the Car Park one hour after the last bus returns
Electric Wheelchairs can be taken on some buses please contact the Bus Company 01244 381 461
Tickets are available from machines near the bus stop at each car park. Please enter your car registration number and follow the simple steps on the touch screen machines. You will need to scan your ticket as you board the bus in both directions.
Parking is free for Park and Ride customers.
Tickets cost £2 (return) per adult and children can travel free if accompanied by a paying adult.
Saver tickets are available for frequent travellers – six return tickets can be purchased for the price of five (£10). We regret that Park and Ride is excluded from the Concessionary Fare scheme. Card payments are available onsite.
Car parking is free
(Car Park is locked overnight)
Adult return bus fare £2, with up to two accompanied children (under 16 years) travelling free
Saver books of tickets - five return tickets and one free are available
There is no service Christmas Day and New Years Day