Bus & Train Information
Bus and Train Information
For help with planning your journey, visit the Traveline South East website.
The Ideas in Motion website has lots of helpful information on public transport options in Southend and inspiration about how to travel differently around the borough. You can plan a journey, download maps and find out about tickets and passes available.
To find information on routes, fares and tickets as well as information on access information for disabled users and service disruptions, you will need to contact the travel company.
By clicking on the name of the company below you will be taken to the website of that company, alternatively you can telephone them on the number shown.
|03448 004 411|
|01268 525 251|
|01245 249 001|
|01702 541 511|
|Greater Anglia||0845 600 7245|
|0845 601 4873|
|08712 002 223|
Fares and Passes
For Older Person’s and Disabled Person’s Bus Passes please visit our bus passes pages.
Please see our application form if you are disabled and require a companion to travel with you due to severe disability or handicap.
Daily, Monthly and Annual Bus Passes are available from the companies listed above.
Cheaper Fares for Trains
If you travel regularly you may be able to reduce the cost by using a Railcard. Disabled Persons Railcards, 16-25 Railcards, Family and Friends Railcard, Senior Railcard and Network Card are available. Further information on Railcards can be found on the National Railcards website.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council is not part of the Senior Railcard subsidy and does not have promotional codes.
Page last updated: 30/11/2017