We know that many people who live some distance from Lancaster & Morecambe College would like to study with us. In response to this we offer full-time students (studying 14 hours a week or more) daily return transport on the routes detailed below during term time.
Full time students from the Garstang and Galgate area may apply for a free bus pass to use scheduled buses, please ask at Student Services when you have enrolled.
PLEASE NOTE: DURING NATIONAL LOCKDOWNS, THE LMC BUS SERVICE WILL NOT RUN AS THE MAJORITY OF CLASSES WILL BE DELIVERED ON-LINE. IF YOU NEED TO COME ONTO CAMPUS FOR ANY REASON, YOU MUST SPEAK WITH YOUR TUTOR TO DISCUSS TRANSPORT ARRANGEMENTS.
Due to on-going Covid-19 pandemic, anyone using the College bus service will be required to wear a face mask at all times, unless they have a medical exemption. All bus users will have their College ID scanned as they get on/off at LMC so they MUST have this with them to travel.
Under the current guidance, each bus route is treated as a separate "bubble" and, where we receive notification of a positive Covid-19 case from an individual who has used the College bus, we will endeavour to contact everyone from within the "bubble" and inform them of the process for self-isolating. Anyone who travelled on the bus on the same day(s) as an individual who has tested postive must follow government advice and self-isolate.
Even if you don't live on a college bus route, you may still qualify for FREE or discounted travel to college. If you live more than 1.5 miles from College and your household income is below £35,000pa, we will provide you with a Stagecoach bus pass which you can also use at evenings and weekends.
All students who are not eligible for a free bus pass can buy a discounted bus pass from The Hex, (see prices below), these passes can also use at evenings and weekends.
There are terms and conditions of eligability for free and discounted bus passes, please contact us to discuss further on 01524 521469.
Autumn - 7/9/20 to 18/12/20 - £193
Spring - 5/1/21 to 26/3/21 - £150
Summer - 12/4/20 to 2/7/21 - £123
Autumn - 7/9/20 to 18/12/20 - £199
Spring - 5/1/21 to 26/3/21 - £155
Summer - 12/4/20 to 2/7/21 - £138
Autumn - 7/9/20 to 18/12/20 - £335
Spring - 5/1/21 to 26/3/21 - £251
Summer - 12/4/20 to 2/7/21 - £221
There are terms and conditions of eligibility for free and discounted bus passes, please contact us to discuss further on 01524 521469
|Walney||Prom Taxi Office||06:55||17:45|
|Barrow||Abbey Road, by Railway Station (Magistrates Court)||07:02||17:37|
|Barrow||Abbey Road (Strawberry Hotel)||07:05||17:35|
|Dalton in Furness||Tudor Square||07:15||17:25|
|Cross A Moor||Crossroads||07:20||17:20|
|Greenodd||Main Bus Stop||07:35||17:05|
|Newby Bridge||Swan Hotel||07:45||16:55|
|Cark||The Engine Inn||07:50||17:05|
|Cartmel||Outside High School||07:55||17:00|
|Grange Over Sands||Pig Lane||08:00||16:55|
|Levens Bridge||Levens Bridge||08:15||16:35|
|Milnthorpe||Bus Stop A6||08:20||16:30|
|Yealand||Corner of 19 Acre Lane - Junction A6||08:25||16:25|
|Ings||Turn to Village Bus Stop||07:47||17:08|
|Staveley||Main bus stop||07:50||17:05|
|Kendal||Windermere Road Stop 1||07:55||17:00|
|Kendal||Windermere Road Stop 2||07:55||17:00|
|Kendal||Kendal Bus Station||08:00||16.55|
|Sedbergh||Main Street Bus Shelter||07:45||17:13|
|Layby - Middleton Fells Inn||07:52||17:06|
|Kirkby Lonsdale Road||Redwell Inn Car Park||08:23||16:28|
|Halton||High Road Shops||08:30||16:20|
|Settle||Whitefriars Car Park||07:25||17:30|
|Clapham Village||Post Office||07:35||17:20|
|Ingleton||Stop on Laundry Lane (Back of Baines Garage)||07:40||17:15|
|Burton in Lonsdale||Methodist Chapel||07:47||17:08|
|High Bentham||Robins Lane/Main Street||07:55||17:00|
|Low Bentham||Post Office||08:00||16:55|
|Claughton||Claughton Brick Works||08:17||16:35|
|Holme||North Road (The Chapel) - opp Trinity Drive||08:10||16:45|
|Burton in Kendal||The Square||08:15||16:40|
|Carnforth||Bus Stop - Burch Tree Vets||08:25||16:30|
|Bolton Le Sands||Pharmacy – A6 Main Road||08:30||16:20|
Fee information is subject to change in line with Government policy and LSC funding priorities. Please check for up to date information when you are applying.
Whilst the College will endeavour to ensure that all buses arrive and depart at the stated times, no guarantee can be given and students should make their own arrangements in the event of failing to catch the service. No compensation will be paid should students miss their bus for any reason. Contact number in case of serious transport issues with the Student Buses – 01524 720055 – Mark Shaw, Director, Travellers Choice. In case of adverse weather conditions / roadworks / road closures – please see the Travellers Choice website www.travellerschoice.co.uk to check the route.
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