Horsham Park & Ride

When driving to Horsham, the Park & Ride service is an easy and convenient way to get to the town centre.

Route 23 and Route 98 both serve the Park & Ride site 7 days a week.

You can plan your journey here

How much does it cost and how do I pay?

It's simple - just park your car and pay the driver when you board the bus.

Cash:

  • £1.70 single per person before 0900 Monday to Friday. Pay £1.70 on return journey.
  • £2 return fare for up to 5 people at all other times.

English National concessionary passes are accepted for free travel after 0930 Monday to Friday and anytime on Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays.

Tickets on our mobile app as an m-ticket, or key smartcard

Period travel is available on our key smartcard and mobile app offering savings over paying by cash.

Day ticket:

£1.90 return fare for up to 5 people after 0900 Monday to Friday, and anytime on Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays. 1, 2 or 5 of these tickets can be loaded onto the key smartcard.

Period ticket:

They are valid at all times for the holder, plus 4 passengers can also travel with the holder after 0900 Mondays to Fridays and all day Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays.

  • £12.50 - 1 week
  • £42 - 4 weeks
  • £110 - 13 weeks (not available as an m-ticket)

 

Where is Horsham Park & Ride

The entrance to the Park & Ride site is off the B2237, Worthing Road.
Postcode: RH13 0AR

Route 23 buses into Horsham town centre have the destination 'Crawley'
Route 98 buses into Horsham town centre have the destination 'Roffey'

Please note that there is a 2m height restriction to the car park.

line diagram of location of the park and ride site.

Getting back to the Park & Ride from Horsham town centre

To return to the Park & Ride site you can board Route 98 bus with destination 'Southwater', or a Route 23 bus with destination 'Worthing', at the stops shown below:

 

line diagram of the location of bus stops in Horsham