How YOU Travel



How You Travel includes travel guides for City Centre, Queen's Park, Thornton and Warrington Campuses. 

Initiative Details

The current travel plan seeks to provide a comprehensive strategy for the University in its entirety, for the period 2015 - 2020. It includes University-wide objectives and targets, an action plan for delivery of a range of measures and details the monitoring mechanisms that will be put in place to chart our progress. The successful delivery of the travel plan will ensure that we are not only ‘doing our bit’ for our environment by reducing vehicular emissions and improving localised congestion, we are also maximising the accessibility of our Campuses / buildings for the University community as a whole both now, and in the future.

Greenway Gate - Parkgate Rd Campus

Our Greenway Gate allows access to the University directly from the Greenway, at the back of Parkgate Rd Campus, making the journey for cyclists and walkers a lot easier and safer. The gateway, officially opened on Wednesday 12 November by Alice Irvine, Sustrans Area Manager, was funded by the Local Sustainable Transport Fund. The gate is located at the back of the overflow car park at the nearest point of access to the Greenway. The gate is accessible using your University pass between 7am - 7pm daily. Please familiarise with Sustrans code of conduct for shared-use paths and if you have any technical issues with the gate please report via Facilities Helpdesk.

Grosvenor Bike Store on Parkgate Rd Campus provides secure, two-tier parking and coin operated lockers. Please lock your bike inside the store. You will need your University pass to access the store.

FIx it Station

A fix it cycle station is now on the following sites for you to make use of the pump and tools on the bright red station. If you need help using them please get in touch.

  • Parkgate Rd Campus, outside Grosvenor Bike Store
  • Riverside Campus - at the side entrance by the cycle shelter
  • Kingsway Building - alongside CKW060 cycle shelter
  • Warrington Campus - next to North West Media cycle shelter
  • Thornton Science Park - in the bike shelter facing the fitness centre
  • Queen's Park Campus - in the bike shelter

Puncture Angels - see downloads section below for a poster detailing staff who have volunteered to help you with you.

BUG - The Bicycle User Group has around 40 members across our Campuses. We aim to contribute to the University’s cycle infrastructure plans and run events to encourage others to join us. If you have any questions or would like to join us just email


Chester City Car Club membership opens the door to young drivers looking to hit the open road without the cost and hassle of owning a vehicle. You can forget about having to fork out for huge insurance premiums, servicing, MOTs, tax and the nightmare of city centre parking as all this is covered in City Car Club membership.

Students aged 19 or over can join City Car Club for just £6 a month and get access to cars conveniently located in designated parking bays across Chester plus hundreds more in 16 other cities in the UK. You only ever pay for the time you use their vehicles and rental rates start as low as £5.95 an hour plus 23p per mile travelled. City Car Club even picks up the bill for fuel and insurance.

Is City Car Club just for young drivers?

No, everyone is welcome to use City Car Club just as long as you are 19 or over, have held a full licence for at least a year and have no more than 6 points.

International students are also welcome providing your licence is valid within the UK. All City Car Club requires is a copy of your licence and passport for our records.

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Click on Travelwarrington for information on travelling in and around Warrington for information on travelling in and around Chester Find others going your way so you can car-share together. Save money, cut your carbon and have fun! Great for both drivers and passengers.



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