Public Transport and Road Links

Information on public transport in East Herts, including bus links, bus passes, rail links, airports. roads and community travel schemes.


HertsLynx New Service

HertsLynx launched on 19th September and will be a new on-demand bus service serving villages in North and East Herts and fixed destinations in Key Hub Towns. The HertsLynx service is designed to improve connections between rural areas and town centres, as well as expand access to employment, education, healthcare and shopping.

For more information, questions you may have and a short video explaining how it will work use this link

Intalink - travel information and web-based journey planning for Hertfordshire

For phone based advice on journey planning, call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 (charges apply)

Arriva Bus Service

Bus Passes are dealt with by Hertfordshire County Council. For more information please visit the Transport for older people and disabled people page on the Hertfordshire County Council website.


For further information on timetables - please contact National Rail Enquiries on +44 08457 484950 or visit National Rail Enquiries website

Thameslink Great Northern

Transport for London

Stansted Express

Abellio Greater Anglia

Community Transport Strategy

It is the aim of East Herts to directly and in partnership with others enable members of our communities to live independently and lead fulfilled lives with the help of a Community Transport Strategy. This document sets out our strategy for the next three years


London Stansted Airport is just off M11, Stansted has direct trains to and from London (approx 45 minutes) - +44 0844 335 1803 or read the Stansted Airport Guide.

London Luton Airport. Tel: +44 (0)1582 405100 or read the Luton Airport Guide.

London City Airport Tel:+44 (0)20 7646 0088 or read the London City Airport Guide.

Road links

National Express. Tel: +44 08717 818178 or visit National Express website.

Traveline on +44 0871 200 22 33 or visit Traveline website.

Planning your journey by car visit AA (Automobile Association) website.

Traffic news, visit AA (Automobile Association) - Travel News website.

Community Transport


Dial a Ride is a door-to-door transport service operated by Hertfordshire County Council for the elderly or people of any age, including children, who have difficulty travelling due to permanent disability or illness. Children up to the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by an adult.

The cost of the service depends on the distance of the journey.

For more information please visit the Transport for people who can't drive or use public transport page on the Hertfordshire County Council website.

Stortford Shuttle

Stortford Shuttle is the Bishop's Stortford town bus for everyone. It starts and finishes at Herts & Essex Hospital and operates a figure of 8 route calling at the Bishop's Gate, Thorley, Havers and Parsonage areas, looping twice through the town centre every hour.

For more information and the latest timetable please visit the Stortford Shuttle website.

Community Car Scheme

The Community Car Scheme for East Herts offers affordable transport to disabled or elderly community members who cannot access public transport or any other means of transportation.

The Scheme relies entirely on the support of voluntary drivers using their own vehicles in their spare time. The client pays the driver directly, after the journey. Lifts are charged at 45p/mile.

Journeys can be arranged Monday to Sunday but weekend trips may be limited due to availability of volunteer drivers.

Trips can include health related appointments (no emergencies) as well as appointments for social purposes and everyday needs (e.g. shopping, visiting).

To register and book a lift call 0300 123 1677 or email to

We also welcome new volunteers from all over East Herts. For details please visit the East Herts Community Transport website.