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Getting about

Information to help you get around by car, bus, train or bicycle

If you have problems with your mobility you may be entitled to free travel or you may still want to be able to drive yourself.

Public transport

Suffolk on Board has all the latest passenger transport news in Suffolk, including: Downloadable bus and train timetables

Community transport, hospital transport and car sharing

Concessionary travel

Park & Ride

Getting to where you want to be buses is an easy read booklet about how changes in the law affect wheelchair users and other people with disabilities. 


You will find information about town and county cycle routes and safety on the road on the Suffolk County Council website

A list of local cycle clubs that you can join.

The Green Bike Project refurbishes unwanted cycles and uses them for a variety of community uses including selling them at affordable prices, hire, pool bike schemes for local businesses and an exercise on referral scheme.


Onelife Suffolk Walking for Health the national scheme is run locally by Onelife Suffolk.  Health Walks are free and led by trained volunteers

Explore local walking routes and discover the benefits of taking regular walks

Local Links

Local Links  advice, discounts and resources to help promote ways to travel; increasing sustainable and active travel in Suffolk

Public toilets

Most public toilets are provided by Borough and District Councils:

The Radar National Key Scheme offers disabled people access to locked public toilets in shopping centres, pubs, cafés, department stores, bus and train stations and many other locations.

Great British Public Toilet Map – shows toilets that the public can use, including those in shops, cafes etc.

AccessAble access guides providing information of more than 1000 venues, ranging from leisure facilities, museums, theatres shops, restaurants and tourist attractions in Suffolk.

Updated December 2018

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