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Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan

Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map

Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map

Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map

Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map

Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map
Travel to Hertford Town Centre's Travel Plan Map


About the network

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Hertfordshire Year of Cycling runs from June 2014 and comes at a time of unprecedented participation in cycling across the country.

A dedicated team from Hertfordshire County Council is working to raise the profile and range of opportunities for cyclists in the county. A priority is engaging with current non-cyclists and helping them become life-long cyclists with all the health and money saving opportunities that encompasses. Visit their website www.hertsdirect.org/cycling for events near you!

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Hertfordshire Health Walks is a countywide initiative of free, led walks and is coordinated by Countryside Management Service (CMS). It aims to help promote walking and encourage more people (all ages, backgrounds and abilities) to get outdoors, get more active and reap the benefits.

Find a suitable walk for you at
http://www.hertslink.org/cms/healthwalks/

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Travel by Bus

Hertford Town Services

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For live services, please visit the Intalink website.

333 Monday to Sunday - Bengeo every 30 minutes, Foxholes hourly (Circular service) view timetable

Operated by Centrebus

H1 Monday to Friday - 6 journeys (Hertford North icon-rail early a.m. only) view timetable

H3 Monday to Friday every 60 minutes.view timetable

H4 Monday to Sunday every 60 minutes.view timetable

308 Cuffley - HertfordMon-Sat

Cuffley icon-rail - Epping Green - Little Berkhamsted - Bayford icon-rail - Brickendon - Horns Mill - County Hall - Hertford Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime - 3 journeys.

Last afternoon journey to/from Little Berkhamsted.

Operated by Centrebus

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310 Waltham Cross - HertfordMon-Sat
310A Waltham Cross - HertfordMon-Sat

Waltham Cross - Cheshunt - Turnford - Broxbourneicon-rail - Hoddesdon - St. Margaretsicon-rail - Ware - Hertford Northicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station

Monday to Friday daytime every 10-12 minutes, Saturday daytime every 15 minutes.

Evenings every 60 minutes. Some evening 310 journeys serve Sele Farm.

For Sunday service see 311-312.

Operated by Arriva

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311 Waltham Cross - HertfordSun
312 Waltham Cross - HertfordSun

Waltham Cross - Cheshunt - Turnford - Broxbourneicon-rail - Hoddesdon - St. Margaretsicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station

Sunday daytime every 30 minutes, evenings every 60 minutes.

For Monday to Saturday service see 310/310A.

Operated by Road Runner

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331 Royston/Buntingford - HertfordMon-Sat

Royston - Barley - Reed - Buntingford - Dassels - Puckeridge - Standon - Wadesmill - Wareicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station

From Buntingford - Monday to Friday daytime 12 journeys. Saturday daytime 9 journeys.
From Royston - Monday to Saturday daytime 7 journeys.

Operated by Arriva

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341 Royston/Buntingford - HertfordMon-Sat

Hatfield (Business Park, The Galleria, Town centre, Railway Stationicon-rail) - Essendon Mill - Essendon - Horns Mill - County Hall - Hertford Bus Station - Wareicon-rail

Monday to Friday daytime 7-8 journeys. Saturday daytime 5 journeys.

Operated by Uno

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351 Bishop's Stortford - HertfordMon-Sat

Bishop's Stortford - Little Hadham - Hadham Ford - Much Hadham - Widford - St. Margaretsicon-rail - Ware - Hertford Bus Station

Monday to Friday 9 journeys. Saturday 6 journeys.

Operated by Trustybus

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384 Stevenage - Hertford Mon-Sat

Stevenageicon-rail - Pin Green - Walkern - Benington - Whempstead - Dane End - Tonwell - Wareicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station - County Hall

Monday to Saturday 7-8 journeys, including service 383 journeys from Stevenage via Watton-at-Stone.

Operated by Centrebus

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388 Welwyn Garden City - Hertford Mon-Sat

Welwyn Garden Cityicon-rail - Burnham Green - Panshanger - Birch Green - Hertingfordbury - Hertford Northicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station

Monday to Saturday 5-7 journeys.

Operated by Centrebus

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390 Stevenage - Hertford Mon-Sat

Stevenageicon-rail - Shephall - Poplars - Watton-at-Stone - Stapleford - Waterford - Hertford Northicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station

Monday to Friday hourly, Saturday 6 journeys.

Operated by Centrebus

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395 Sele Farm - Ware (Circular) Daily
396 Sele Farm - Ware (Circular) Daily

Sele Farm - Hertford North - Hertford Bus Station - Tesco - Ware (Circular - Regional College, Homefield Road, Jolly Bargeman PH, College) returning to Sele Farm

To/from Tesco - Monday to Saturday daytime every 15-20 minutes (395/396), evenings hourly (395).

Ware - Monday to Saturday peak and daytime every 20 minutes, evenings hourly (395).

Sunday and evening service (395) serves Pinehurst and Foxholes every 60 minutes.

Operated by Arriva/Centrebus

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524 Harlow - Hertford Mon-Sat

Harlowicon-rail - Stanstead Abbotts - St. Margaretsicon-rail - Ware, Regional Collegeicon-rail - Hertford Bus Station

Monday to Saturday every 30 minutes.

Operated by Townlink Buses

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Travel by Train

For live services, please visit the National Rail website.

For live services, please visit the National Rail website

Hertford has two railway stations providing services between London to the south and Stevenage in the north, for interchange.

Hertford East is about 5 minutes walk from the town centre.

The line operates a half hour frequency during the day to London through East Hertfordshire. Stations include Hackney Downs, Enfield Lock, Cheshunt, Broxbourne and Ware. Cycles can be carried but restrictions do apply at peak times on routes to and from London.

Hertford North is about 15 minutes walk from the town centre.

This route is ideal for people travelling to/from locations to the south of Hertford. There are three trains an hour. Stations served include Cuffley, Enfield Chase, Palmers Green, Alexandra Palace, Finsbury Park, Highbury and Islington and Old Street. Cycles can be carried but restrictions do apply at peak times on routes to and from London.

Travelling north to and from Hertford North, services operate on a half hour frequency calling at Watton-at-Stone and Stevenage where other routes are available. Cycles can also be carried on services between these stations at all times. Tickets bought at either Hertford station can be used at the other (excluding weekend super off-peak tickets).

Travel by Bike

Cycling is great exercise, saves money and helps the environment.

There are traffic-free cycle routes through and beyond Hertford, including the River Lea towpath to London via Ware, Hoddesdon and Cheshunt. The Cole Green Way links Hertford to Welwyn Garden City.

For downloadable maps visit www.hertsdirect.org/cycling which also provides links to www.sustrans.org.uk and www.cyclestreets.net

Cycling

  • Beats the rush! Avoid queuing traffic and the time-consuming search for a parking space.
  • Saves money! No petrol cost and no need to pay for parking.
  • Environmentally friendly! No carbon emissions = no pollution.

Travel by Foot

Hertford town centre is within walking distance of many residential areas and is accessible from both The River Lea towpath and Cole Green Way which provide flat traffic free routes.

Walking is a healthy form of exercise and can be enjoyed by everyone. It generates no pollution, is free and a green way to increase your fitness levels, with low risk of injury. At an average walking speed you can cover a mile in 20 minutes.

  • Relax! Go at your own pace.
  • Access all areas! Take shortcuts that cars can't reach.

Health benefits

Walking and cycling are good for your health, can reduce the risk of many diseases and an excellent way of losing weight.

  • Walking is good for bones and muscles: helping your kids grow up big and strong.
  • Walking burns calories: in fact a brisk walk burns the same amount of calories as a run over the same distance!
  • Commuting by bike is cheap, green and one of the easiest ways to fit exercise into your routine.
  • Cycling is an ideal way for friends and families to explore their neighbourhood and beyond.

Travel by Car

While environmentally-friendly modes of travel are preferred, sometimes the car is the only viable option. East Hertfordshire District Council operate 8 car parks in Hertford. Details on locations and charges can be found at www.eastherts.gov.uk/parking.

Car sharing cuts the cost of travel and makes journeys more sustainable.

Use the online calculator at www.liftshare.com to see how much you could save.

Hertfordshire County Council manages www.hertsliftshare.org where you can make contact with those travelling your way and try sharing. You don’t have to have your own car to join.

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