Ticket prices, location and site information for Whitby park and ride.
Available seven days a week, the service will operate from 30 March to 4 November 2018, including bank holidays.
The park and ride offers an affordable alternative to town centre parking and caters for a range of customers from commuters to day trippers. The site includes a modern clean energy efficient building with waiting area and toilets.
The fare paid to travel on the bus also covers parking and use of facilities. Tickets are purchased on the bus from the driver. Dogs can travel on the bus at the discretion of the bus driver. There is no extra charge for dogs.
Finding the park and ride
Located at the A171 / B1460 junction North of Whitby it has 450 free spaces. If using a sat nav, follow the postcode YO21 1TL.
There are two services offering different routes to Whitby centre. Both operate direct from Whitby Bus Station to the park and ride.
Service P1 runs via West Cliff and St Hilda's Terrace to Whitby Bus Station and then to the park and ride. Buses operate every 30 minutes. During the summer school holidays this service operates every 30 minutes from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Service P2 runs direct to Whitby Bus Station. Buses operate every 30 minutes.
The park and ride is open from 30 March 2018.
- March and April - 8.15am to 5.44pm
- May to 21 July - 8am to 6.44pm
- 22 July to 1 September - 8am to 8.44pm
- 2 September to 30 September - 8am to 6.44pm
- 1 October to 4 November - 8.15am to 4.44pm
The 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 after closure.
|Type of fare||Price|
|Basic fare||Single £1.70
(up to the age of 16 years old)
|Concessionary fare scheme
(people with a senior or disabled persons bus pass)
(maximum of two adults and two young people up to the age of 16 years old)
Ticket prices are subject to change and you should confirm prices at the park and ride site 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.
The scheme is being funded initially through the government's local sustainable transport fund, which has been set up to help reduce carbon emissions and support economic growth.
The bid for support from the fund was developed and is being delivered by the county council in partnership with the North York Moors National Park.
The grant is being used to set up the scheme, but it will be funded in the long-term through the revenue generated through the bus fares and parking charges.
Background information on the Whitby park and ride scheme can be found below.
For any other queries or assistance, you can contact the Arriva Customer Service team on 0344 800 4411 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm).