Greater Nottingham’s sustainable transport system of buses, trams and trains provides a greener alternative to the car that can also save you time and money.

Replacing just one or two car journeys a week with a trip on the public transport network can make a difference to your environment by reducing CO2 emissions. Travelling by public transport often gets you to your destination quicker than by car, with direct bus, tram and train routes into the heart of the City.

What’s more, you’ll be saving wear and tear on your vehicle and can also take advantage of the many ticket offers available – see our bus, train or tram ticketing pages for details.

Park and Ride is another great way of making the most of the sustainable network, getting you part of the way by car, and allowing you easy access into the City centre by bus or by tram.

 

Get walking

Walking is good for you, for the environment and of course it's free!

Get cycling

Cycling is great for your health and is a low-cost way to travel.

Travel by tram

The Tram is fast, convenient and value for money - isn't it time you got on board?

Bus journeys

Nottinghamshire is well served by bus routes - find out how to make the most of the bus.

Travel by train

Let the train take the strain on local and regional journeys

Motorbikes

Get the low-down on how environmentally friendly you can be on two wheels.

Car users

Find out how to make your car journeys cheaper, better and greener.
The Sustainable Travel Collective is an Investor in the Environment committed to reducing their environmental impact and to the continual improvement of environmental performance. The Sustainable Travel Collective Ltd - Registered Charity number 1153800.