Ticket prices, location and site information for Scarborough park and ride.

There are two park and rides in Scarborough:

Filey Road is open seven days a week from Monday 12 April to Sunday 31 October 2021, including Bank Holidays

Seamer Road is open every day except Wednesday from Monday 21 June to Sunday 31 October, including Bank Holiday

Buses run every 15 minutes, following a circular route, stopping at South Bay and York Place before returning to the respective park and ride.

The park and ride offers an affordable alternative to town centre parking and cater for a range of customers from commuters to day trippers. Regular users are able to buy season tickets and benefit from convenient free parking spaces.

The fare paid to travel on the bus also covers parking and use of facilities. Tickets can be purchased on the bus or from the East Yorkshire Motor Services buses app.

Accompanied children travel for free, up to a maximum of three per adult (and child fares are available for any extra children).

Dogs can travel on the bus at the discretion of the driver and a small charge is payable.

The park and ride are located at Seamer Road (service 64) and Filey Road (service 165), and both have 600 free spaces.

Seamer Road park and ride - open from 21 June 2021

Filey Road park and ride - open from 12 April 2021

Further information

Buses run every 15 minutes and follow a circular route stopping at South Bay and York Place before returning to the respective park and ride site.

Filey Road (service 165) is open seven days a week from Monday 12 April to Sunday 31 October 2021, including Bank Holidays

  • First bus from Filey Road 7.05am Monday to Saturday, 9.05am Sunday
  • Last bus from South Bay 6.44 pm and York Place 6.49pm every day

Seamer Road (service 64) is open every day except Wednesday from Monday 21 June to Sunday 31 October, including Bank Holiday

  • First bus from Seamer Road 7am Monday to Saturday (not Wednesday), 9am Sunday.
  • Last bus from South Bay 6.39pm and York Place 6.44pm every day (not Wednesday)

The park and ride services offer an affordable alternative to town centre parking and cater for a range of customers from commuters to day trippers. Regular users are able to buy season tickets and benefit from convenient free parking spaces.

The fare paid to travel on the bus also covers parking and use of facilities. Tickets can be purchased on the bus or from the East Yorkshire Motor Services buses app.

Accompanied children travel for free, up to a maximum of three per adult (and child fares are available for any extra children).

Dogs can travel on the bus at the discretion of the bus driver and a small charge is payable.

Park and ride tickets are also valid on service 10, to and from Scarborough Hospital on valid day of purchase.

The park and ride site including car park will be closed and locked 15 minutes after the last bus. There is no facility to reopen the site to recover vehicles left on the site after closure.

Please help us to keep everyone safe by adhering to these points:

  • Wash or sanitise your hands before and after travelling.
  • Pay by contactless or buy an app ticket, if you can.
  • Follow social distancing signs.
  • You must wear a face covering throughout the journey, except children under 11 or if you have a disability that prevents you from wearing one. Not all disabilities are visible, so please respect other people. Those not wearing face coverings may be fined by the police.
  • If you have any coronavirus symptoms, however mild, do not travel. Remember, it’s everyone’s responsibility to follow these rules, so play your part and stop the spread. Stay safe and consider your fellow passengers and our drivers.

What we are doing to help keep you safe:

  • We’ve stepped up our cleaning regimes, including more cleaning of points such as handrails, and disinfectant ‘fogging’ of buses at night to clean the entire bus.
  • Screens are up to protect our drivers. Bus drivers don’t have to wear a face covering when driving, although we’ve provided masks for drivers who want them. Please respect our drivers’ working areas by giving them space.
  • We’re carrying fewer people on each bus, to help social distancing. Please travel at quiet times, and be prepared to wait if your bus is full. Signs on each bus show how many people it can carry.
  • We’re carry out additional cleans of the waiting facilities, you may be asked to wait outside whilst we undertake additional cleans through the day.
  • Some seating is not available to help social distancing.
  • There is a one-way system though the waiting facilities.

Tickets can be bought from the bus driver when you board, either by cash or contactless using credit or debit cards, Apple Pay or Google Pay.

Adult day, week, and 30-day tickets can also be purchased in advance from the East Yorkshire Motor Services buses app, using your debit or credit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay.

Type of fare Price
Basic fare Single £1.20
Return £2.40
Young person (aged five to 17 years old)
Accompanied children travel for free, up to a maximum of three per adult (and these reduced fares are available for any extra children).
Single £0.60
Return £1.20
Discount Fare for people who show a senior or disabled person bus pass to the driver. Return £1.20
Weekly ticket £10
Monthly ticket £35

The cost of tickets is subject to change and you should confirm the current prices at the park and ride prior to your journey.

The following restrictions apply:

  • Vehicles may not be parked on the site overnight;
  • Caravans are not permitted.

Motor homes can park at our park and ride sites.

You should contact East Yorkshire Motor Services using the following details.