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Travel to Stevenage's Travel Plan

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Travel to Stevenage's Travel Plan Map
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Travel to Stevenage's Travel Plan Map
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Travel to Stevenage's Travel Plan Map
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About the network

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Hertfordshire Year of Cycling

Building on the success of the Hertfordshire Year of Cycling, the County Council has a well-connected network of events, volunteers and initiatives to help you get more from your cycling. Follow @hertscycling on Twitter for all the latest news and tips regarding Cycling in Hertfordshire and be sure to visit www.hertscycling.com for the latest events and information about how to better integrate cycling with your daily life.

Hertfordshire Year Walking

The project will run throughout 2015 and aims to inspire and motivate more people in the county to walk, whether that's for exercise, to explore the countryside or simply getting from A to B. Sign up to the Pledge to walk more and to receive the monthly Hertfordshire Year of Walking Newsletter listing events, exciting walking opportunities and more, visit www.hertsdirect.org/walking

Season ticket loan

HCC offers an interest free season ticket loan for regular public transport users. Please contact Shirley Hancock on 01992 556019 ex26019 or Shirley.Hancock@serco.com for information and an application pack about season ticket loans.

Public Transport Discounts

Discounts have been agreed with a number of bus and rail operators across the county, visit the Enabling the Worker mini site to check out which are relevant to you.

Herts Liftshare

Why not share your journey to work with someone else? Herts Liftshare is a free, private network of people at HCC who are willing to share their journey to and from work with other employees. www.Hertsliftshare.org

Anybody having issues using the Herts Liftshare website can contact Travelwise@hertscc.gov.uk.

Pool bikes

10 pool bikes are avalaible for hire to all staff based at Stevenage. The bikes can be used for business related journeys or leisure rides on a lunch time. You can also borrow a bike for up to two weeks if you are considering cycling as a travel mode but don’t own a bike. pool.bikes@hertfordshire.gov.uk

Herts Rewards

Working for Hertfordshire entitles you to a large variety of rewards and benefits. All of these benefits can be accessed via www.hertsrewards.co.uk from any computer, smartphone or landline.

Herts Rewards offers access to salary sacrifice schemes including childcare vouchers and the cycle to work scheme, details are available on the Herts Rewards benefits portal. Information on other benefits, such as Independent Financial Advisors and reduced gym membership rates, can also be found here. The website also gives HCC employees access to discounts on more than 1,200 well known high street brands, supermarkets, restaurants and services.

Contact Details

Transport, Access and Safety Unit TravelPlan@hertfordshire.gov.uk

www.hertsdirect.org

Hertfordshire County Council, County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford, Herts, SG13 8DQ

hertsdirect@hertfordshire.gov.uk
0300 123 40400

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Travel by Bus

A number of bus routes serve Stevenage Town Centre connecting residential areas of the town and neighbouring towns and villages. MoSt. buses stop either at the rail or the bus station which is about a 15 minute walk from the Gunnels Wood Road site.

Alternatively some peak hour services connect to the bus and rail stations and residential areas of the town.
SB1 Chells and Poplars service
SB 40 and SB50 Broadwater Road circular

Real-time passenger information is being rolled out across the county, showing when buses will actually arrive, on an electronic display at bus stops, online and via smartphone.

All bus stops have a QR code and an NFC chip which can be used to download bus specific and real-time information. The intalink website is mobile friendly providing access to real-time information and journey planning on the move. For more information on bus routes, service information and journey planning visit www.intalink.org.uk

SB1 Poplars - Gunnels Wood RoadMon-Fri

Town Service - Poplars, Sainsbury's - Chells - Shephall - Stevenage Bus Station - Stevenage icon-rail - Gunnels Wood Road for Robertson House terminating Leyden Road

Monday to Friday mornings early and peak hours only and evenings peak hours only every 30 minutes.
Buses between Poplars and Bus Station run as a frequent daily service, daytime and evenings

Operated by Arriva

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SB40/SB50 Stevenage - Broadwater Mon-Fri

Town Service (circular) - Stevenage Bus Station, Sheppall, Broadwater, Gunnels Wood Road for Roberston House, Stevenageicon-rail, Stevenage Bus Station

Service SB50 runs reverse of this route

Monday to Friday mornings early and peak hours only and evenings peak hours only every 12 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

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Selected Bus Services - Bus/Rail Station

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10 Stevenage - Bedwell Mon-Sat

Town Service - Welwyn Garden City (Bus Station icon-rail) - Bessemer Road, Business Parks (NE) - Panshanger (The Moor, Chedburgh, Morrisons) - Bessemer Road, Business Parks (SW) - Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime and early evening every 30 minutes.

Operated by Centrebus

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44/45 Luton - Stevenage Mon-Sat

Lutonicon-rail - Luton Airport Parkwayicon-rail - Harpendenicon-rail* - Kimpton - Codicote - Old Knebworth - Knebworthicon-rail - Stevenage

Monday to Saturday daytime, 5 journeys.
* Harpenden served Monday to Friday peak (service 45)

Operated by Centrebus

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55 Letchworth - Stevenage Daily

Grange Estate - Letchworthicon-rail - Jackmans Estate - Graveley - Lister Hospital - Stevenageicon-rail

Monday to Friday daytime 20 minutes. Saturday daytime 30 minutes, Sunday daytime 120 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

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80 Hithin - Stevenage Mon-Sat

Werstmill Estate - Hitchinicon-rail - Oakfield - Great Wymondley - Little Wymondley - Corey's Mill - Stevenageicon-rail - North Herts College*

Monday to Saturday daytime every 60 minutes.
*North Herts College served peak times only, Monday to Saturday.

Operated by Centrebus

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100/101/102 Hithin - Stevenage Mon-Sat

Luton - Luton Airporticon-rail - Stopsley - Hitchin - Little Wymondley (101) - Lister Hospital - Stevenageicon-rail - Hatfield*

Combined service - Monday to Saturday daytime every 20 minutes, evening 30 minutes. Sunday daytime and evening 60 minutes.
*LaSt. 2 evening journeys Monday to Saturday serve Hatfield.

Operated by Arriva/Uno

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178 Stevanage - Shephall Mon-Sat

Town Service (circular) - Stevenage Bus Stationicon-rail, Sheppall (Sheppall Way, Hydean Way, Valley Way) - returning to Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime and early evening every 20 minutes. Early morning/early morning journeys only operate Monday to Friday.

Operated by Centrebus

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300/301 Hemel Hempstead - Stevenage Daily

Hemel Heampstead - Leverstock Green - St. Albansicon-rail - Hatfield, Galleria - Hatfieldicon-rail - QEII Hospital (301) - Welwyn Garden City - Woolmer Green - Knebworthicon-rail - Stevenageicon-rail - Lister Hospital* (301)

Combined service - Daytime Monday to Friday 4 buses per hour, Saturday daytime 20 minutes, Sunday daytime every 30 minutes. Evenings every 30 minutes plus 2 late night buses.
*Service 301 from Hemel Hempstead continues to Lister Hospital 30-60 minutes

Operated by Arriva/Uno

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383/384 Hemel Hempstead - Stevenage Mon-Sat

Hertford - Wareicon-rail- Watton-at-Stone* (383) - Sacombe - Whempstead - Benington - Pin Green - Stevenageicon-rail

Monday to Saturday 7 daytime/early evening journeys.
* 2 journeys (383) operate via Watton-at-Stone

Operated by Centrebus

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390 Hertford - Stevenage Mon-Sat

Hertford* - Hertford Northicon-rail - Watton-at-Stone - Poplars - Shephall - Stevenageicon-rail - Corey's Mill - Lister Hospital - St. Nicholas

Monday to Saturday daytime every 60 minutes.
* Peak journeys serve Hertford Technical College.

Operated by Centrebus

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625/635 Baldock/Letchworth - Hatfield Daily

Baldock (635) - Letchworthicon-rail (625) - Hitchinicon-rail - Lister Hospital - Stevenageicon-rail - Hatfield

Monday to Friday daytime and early evenings 2 buses per hour from Letchworth, Baldock peak hours only. Saturday/Sunday daytime 6 journeys. Evenings 2 journeys.

Operated by Uno

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700 Stansted Airport - Stevenage Daily

Stansted Airport - Bishop's Stortford - Standon - Puckeridge - Buntingford - Baldock - Letchworthicon-rail - Hitchinicon-rail - Lister Hospital - Stevenageicon-rail - Bus Station

Monday to Sunday daytime and evening every 2 hours.

Operated by Centrebus

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SB2/SB3 Stevenage - St. Nicholas Daily

Town Service (circular) - Bus Station, Rail Stationicon-rail, Pin Green, St. Nicholas, Martins Wood, Pin Green, Rail Station, Bus Station
Service SB3 runs reverse of this route

Daytimes - Monday to Friday 10-12 minutes, Saturday 12-15 minutes, Sunday 30 minutes. Evenings 60 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

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SB4/SB5 Stevenage - Broadwater Daily

Town Service (circular) - Bus Station, Peartree Centre, The Hyde Centre, Broadwater, Roebuck Centre, Bus Station
Service SB5 runs reverse of this route

Monday to Friday daytime every 10-12* minutes, Saturday 12-15* minutes. Evenings and Sunday daytime 30 minutes.
* Including peak journeys Service SB40/SB50.

Operated by Arriva

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SB6 Stevenage - Sheppall Mon-Sat

Town Service (circular) - Bus Station, Bedwell Crescent, Shephall (Chertsey Rise, Hydean Way, Paddocks), Bedwell Crescent, Bus Station

Monday to Saturday daytime every 20 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

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SB7 Stevenage - Great Ashby Daily

Town Service (circular) - Bus Station, Rail Stationicon-rail, Pin Green, Great Ashby, Pin Green, Rail Station, Bus Station

Monday to Friday daytime every 20 minutes. Evenings and Saturday/Sunday daytimes 30 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

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SB8 Stevenage - Bragbury End* Sat-Sun

Town Service (circular) - Stevenage Bus Station, Rail Stationicon-rail, Symonds Green, Lister Hospital♦, Rail Station/Bus Station, Roebuck Centre, Wordsworth Centre returning Roebuck Centre, Bus station

Saturday/Sunday daytime and evenings* every 30 minutes.
Bragbury End is not served in the evening. ♦ Sundays only.

Operated by Arriva

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SB9 Stevenage - Bragbury End Sun

Town Service (circular) - Stevenage Bus Station, Rail Stationicon-rail, Symonds Green, Lister Hospital, Rail Station/Bus Station, Sheppall, Poplars, Bus station

Sunday daytime every 60 minutes. Combined 30 minute service with SB8 to Symonds Green.

Operated by Arriva

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SB15 Stevenage - Chells Mon-Fri

Town Service (circular) - Stevenage Bus Station, Rail Stationicon-rail, Corey's Mill, St. Nicholas, Martins Wood, Chells, Pin Green, St. Nicholas returning reverse route

Monday to Friday daytime every 60 minutes.

Operated by Arriva

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SB16 Stevenage - Chells Mon-Fri

Town Service (circular) - Stevenage Bus Station, Roebuck Centre, Sheppall, Chells, Martins Wood, St. Nicholas, Lister Hospital, Symonds Green, Rail Stationicon-rail, Bus Station

Monday to Friday daytime 3 journeys. Symonds Green served peak only.

Operated by Centrebus

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Travel by Train

Stevenage railway station is served by both local and intercity services and is approximately 15 minutes walk from the Gunnels Wood Road site. Services from both Cambridge and Peterborough operate 3 trains per hour frequencies during the peak and London Kings Cross can be accessed in as little as 28 minutes. Bicycles can be carried on many services to Stevenage, check the guidelines here www.thameslinkrailway.com.

Discounts on season tickets are available for staff working at the Stevenage site.

Travel by Bike

Herts Year Of Cycling

Stevenage has over 45km of cycleways making it one of the best towns in the UK for travelling by bicycle. The cycleway network allows cyclists to ride uninterrupted by other traffic; crossing at major junctions and other convenient points through underpasses.

The majority of the town can be reached in approximately a 20 minute cycle ride. National Cycle Network (NCN) route 12 forms part of the Stevenage network connecting the town to Letchworth Garden City to the north in around 35 minutes and Welwyn Garden City to the south in 1 hour.

Cycling is great exercise and helps the environment.
For downloadable maps visit www.hertsdirect.org/cycling which also 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 fuel cost and no need to pay for parking.
Environmentally friendly! No carbon emissions = no pollution.

Travel by Foot

Herts Year Of Walking

Robertson and Farnham House are within a 15 minute walk from the town centre, rail and bus station.

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 or 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 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. Parking is limited on site and car sharing is encouraged as it cuts the cost of travel and makes journeys more sustainable.

Hertfordshire County Council; operates a private car share at www.hertsliftshare.org where you can make contact with colleagues travelling your way and try lift sharing. You don't have to have a car to join.

Visit the website and click 'Cost Calc' to see how much you could save!

Visitor parking is very limited so if you have no alternative for travel to the Gunnels Wood Road site please allow time for parking before your meeting. Access before 10am is via Caxton Road, after this time the Six Hills Ways access is operational.
For those attending training at Robertson House parking is provided in the delegates parking located a short walk from the site and accessed via Bessemer Drive.

The postcode for Robertson House and Farnham House is SG1 2FQ.

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