Stratford Park and Ride bus service runs Mondays to Saturdays between 7.30am and 6.28pm.
Buses run every 15 minutes for most of the day* and the journey takes approximately 10-12 minutes. Passengers are dropped off outside of Natwest on Wood Street in the town centre, and picked up on the opposite side of the road outside the charity shop Cancer Research UK.
Please note when Wood Street or Bridge Street are closed, for example due to events taking place in the town centre, the Park and Ride buses will arrive and depart at Windsor Street Coach Park.
The service operates using low floor accessible buses, and well-behaved dogs are welcome aboard.
*Buses before 9am, and Monday – Friday during school term time between 2.55pm and 4.45pm, run every 30 minutes. Buses do not run on winter bank holidays, and for other bank holidays the first bus is at 10am.
|Adult single/return||£2 (until 31 October 2023) £2.20 (from 1 November 2023)|
|Group return||£3.30 (up to 5 people)|
Stratford Park and Ride bus service is included in the local Warwickshire concessionary travel scheme.
This means Warwickshire concessionary bus passholders can travel free of charge after 9am on weekdays, and anytime at weekends.
Non-Warwickshire concessionary bus passholders can travel free of charge after 9:30am on weekdays, and anytime at weekends.
Season tickets include parking at Stratford Park and Ride car park and return use of the Park and Ride bus service once a day.
|Season ticket||Cost||Where to purchase|
|Weekly||£11.50||At a parking machine onsite or using the RingGo app|
|Monthly||£39.50||At a parking machine onsite or using the RingGo app|
|Quarterly||£99||You can apply for a permit online via Warwickshire County Council, or use the RingGo app.|
|Annual||£349||You can apply for a permit online via Warwickshire County Council, or use the RingGo app.|
For more season ticket information please call 0333 003 0033.
Please note Stratford Park and Ride season tickets are not valid on trains. If you would like to purchase a rail service season ticket, visit the National Rail website for further information.