Campus travel updates

Updates for everyone travelling to the University of Bath

Travel update

  

📥  Cycling, Planned road works, Public transport, Road closures, Travel Update

Our latest travel update looking at the weeks ahead:

Ongoing:

If you know of any travel disruption please email comms@bath.ac.uk and we will include it in the blog.

 

Parade and Underdeck closure, 20-21 August

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📥  Road closures

On Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 August a mast is being removed from the roof of Norwood House. The open area at the East end of the parade will be closed off, and access to the SU will be via 1E or Chancellors' Building. The covered walkway outside 4E/6E/8E will still be accessible, providing a throughway from the bus stop to the West end of campus.

For full details of the works read: Closure of Underdeck plan 19-21 August 2016 [PDF]

 

Free electric bicycle hire

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📥  Cycling

University Security, along with support from B&NES Council, are encouraging staff and eligible students to get out of their cars and try cycling to work, with their electric cycle loan scheme. The bicycles can be borrowed for a week or two, and we hope we can change driving habits and encourage more people to make their commute greener. Find out how you can book your trial now.

 

Bicycle security on and off campus

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📥  Cycling

Over the past few weeks there has been an increased number of cycle thefts on and off campus.

The thieves are well equipped and use bolt cutters to cut through padlocks and cables. If your bike is secured with anything other than a D-lock (also known as U-lock) there is a risk of theft, even if your bicycle is in a secure cycle shelter.

To make sure your bike is as safe as possible please use a D-lock to secure your bike, as they cannot be cut through like other types of lock. You can purchase a D-lock from the Security desk in the Library at the discounted rate of £15.

Security are working closely with the local police on this matter.

You can find more information about securely storing bicycles from the British Transport Police and Better By Bike.