Public Transport for Surrey
Getting around Surrey with public transport is easy with a great network of bus and train routes across the county.
Using public transport London is under half an hour away and the South Coast of England less than an hour away. This makes Surrey the perfect location as a base to explore the whole of the South East of England.
Using public transport can be an efficient, affordable and safe option of travel. Check ticket options online before you arrive to get the best deals.
Whether you are looking to travel to and around Surrey, by car, cycling, walking or public transport Travel Smart Surrey can help you plan your route.
National Rail website allows you to see all trains running throughout Britain. You can see routes, times, prices and buy tickets.
South West Trains operates the network of routes throughout Surrey and others discounts to attractions if you travel by train as well as value fares, including Group Save (when 3-9 people travel together), Advanced ticket fares and off-peak (travel after 09:30 Monday - Friday) and super off-peak tickets (arriving into London Waterloo at 12:00 or later with return not before 19:00 Monday - Friday) Super off-peak fares are valid at any time during weekends and public holidays.
See more information on our Trains page.
Bus travel through Surrey offers a relatively cheap, stress free form of transport. Let Travel Smart in Surrey help you plan your environmentally-friendly travel plans. For details on all bus routes in Surrey see Surrey County Council for the route numbers and timetables.
Arriva buses which operate around Guildford and Woking also produce a leaflet with Visit Surrey showcasing '50 Places to Visit around Guildford and Woking'. You can download it from our Maps page.
See more information on our Bus & Coach page.
Coach travel can be a lot cheaper than train travelling by train but it does take longer. National Express coaches offer a great value option for affordable travel around the United Kingdom. You can be coach tickets online via the National Express website remembering although you can buy tickets on board a bus if you purchase in advance you will save a lot of money.