BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend: Shuttle Bus / Park & Ride Information
Ticket holders for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend are required to purchase a ticket for the official Shuttle Bus/Park & Ride services to get to the event site. This is to ensure that all ticket holders can get to and from the event site as safely and smoothly as possible and reduce congestion in the local area.
If you were required to purchase a ticket for BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend (as per event terms and conditions) then this also means you will require a ticket for the official Shuttle Bus / Park & Ride services.
For safety reasons it will not be possible to walk to the event site. There are also no public parking facilities available in and around the event site area and traffic management restrictions will be in place. If you breach traffic management restrictions, your vehicle may be towed. Below you will find information about services available, service locations as well as links to book tickets and full terms and conditions.
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- Hull Paragon Interchange
- Walton Street, Hull [SOLD OUT]
- Normandy Barracks, Leconfield
- Grove Hill, Beverley [SOLD OUT]
What services are available?
Regular shuttle bus services will run from all locations to Burton Constable from 9am to 1.15pm on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May. We are expecting a large volume of customers to use the Shuttle Bus/Park & Ride services so please ensure you allow plenty of time for your journey.
Hourly return journeys from Burton Constable will begin at 2.30pm, the frequency of the services will increase throughout the afternoon, peaking as the event stages begin to close down.
What locations do shuttle bus / park & ride operate from?
We’ve outlined below details of where you can board Shuttle Bus / Park & Ride services across Hull & East Yorkshire. Booking close on 26 May 2017 at 6pm.
Location 1 – Hull Paragon Interchange: Shuttle Bus Service
How do I get to Hull Paragon Interchange?
Many local bus services terminate at Hull Paragon Interchange, please see the following websites for further details;
Hull Paragon Interchange has local and national rail connections operated by Hull Trains’ Trans Pennine Express and Northern Rail. Please see the following websites for further details.
For BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, a number of additional train services have been added.
2240 – Hull to Selby calling at Brough. This service is not bookable and available only to buy on the day.
22.48 and 23.48 – Hull to Bridlington calling at Cottingham, Beverley, Hutton Cranswick, Driffield, Nafferton and Bridlington.
00.05 – Hull to Brough calling at Hessle, Ferriby, and Brough.
Hull Paragon Interchange is centrally located in Hull and is a short walk from many City Centre hotels.
For post event travel a taxi rank is located outside the Interchange and local drivers have been told to expect a large volume of passengers on the evenings of BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend.
Can I drop people off and pick them up from the Interchange?
Location 2 – Walton Street: Shuttle Bus / Park & Ride Services [SOLD OUT]
How do I get to Walton Street?
The postcode for Walton Street for sat nav users is HU3 6JR. Walton Street will be signposted from the A63, you can also follow signs for the KCOM Stadium.
For ticket holders wishing to use a park and ride service, secure parking will be available.
Walton Street is close to many residential areas and would be a good option for people in these areas to walk to. It is a 15 – 20 minute walk from the City Centre.
Can I drop people off and pick them up from Walton Street?
Drop off and pick up facilities will be available at the South car park at the KCOM stadium – use HU3 6HU for sat nav. Please note: if travelling to the South car park enter the stadium from the south via Anlaby Road and do not travel down Walton Street. Instead, follow signs for “non matchday stadium access”.
Location 3 – Normandy Barracks, Leconfield: Park & Ride Service only
How do I get to Leconfield?
The postcode for Leconfield for sat nav users is HU17 7LX.
For ticket holders wishing to use a park and ride service, secure parking will be available. Leconfield is a good option for ticket holders driving from the North and East and is accessible from from the M62/ A63 corridor and A15 / Humber Bridge via the A164 and A1079.
Location 4 – Grove Hill, Beverley: Shuttle Service only [SOLD OUT]
How do I get to Grove Hill depot?
Grove Hill depot is less than a mile from Beverley rail station and Flemingate, it is just over a mile from Beverley bus stations. For sat nav, please use HU17 0JJ.
For information on bus services in Beverley please see the following websites:
Beverley has local and national rail connections operated by Hull Trains’ Trans Pennine Express and Northern Rail. Please see the following websites for further details.
Can I drop people off and pick them up from the Grove Hill?
It will be possible to drop passengers off and pick them up from Grove Hill, but please allow plenty of time for your journey. If you are collecting passengers from Grove Hill we advise arranging a meeting point a short distance away to avoid congestion in the immediate area.
HOW TO BOOK YOUR SHUTTLE BUS OR PARK & RIDE TICKETS
The cost of a return bus ticket is £13 (including postage and packing). Car parking fee at all locations is £7.50. Book your tickets for Shuttle Bus/Park & Ride services using the following links:
You can also book by telephone on 0333 321 9999. Calls to 0333 numbers are chargeable at a local rate from UK landlines and mobile phones. Waiting times will vary.
If calling from overseas telephone on 0044 161 425 7563.
Opening hours for calls are Monday – Friday, 9am – 8pm, Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 4pm.
Please be aware that transport tickets must be purchased in advance and we strongly recommend that you book early to ensure you are able to select your preferred option. Booking closes on 26 May 2017 at 6pm.
Terms & conditions
Shuttle Bus Travel
Shuttle Bus travel is offered to passengers subject to compliance with statutory legislation set out in the Public Service Vehicles (Conduct of Drivers, Inspectors, Conductors and Passengers) Regulations 1990 and any other specific conditions published by the bus operator. These conditions include:
- Refraining from smoking conventional or electronic cigarettes
- Behaving in a manner that is not abusive to staff to threatening and does not cause offence to other customers or staff
- Refraining from consuming alcohol
- Refraining from leaving rubbish or discarded items on the bus
- Customers who are in the opinion of the driver or other company officer, appear likely to behave in an antisocial manner may not be allowed to travel
- All vehicles are parked at owners risk and the operators accept no liability for any theft or damage to vehicles or any possessions left in vehicles.
- If your vehicle sustains damage while in the Car Park, your vehicle is stolen or any possessions are stolen from your vehicle while it is in the Car Park you should:
- Immediately inform a member of staff at the Car Park.
- In the case of theft immediately inform the police and notify your insurers promptly.
- Purchasers of travel tickets will receive a wristband which will be required for boarding the shuttle bus services and the safekeeping of wristbands is the responsibility of travel ticket purchasers. Wristbands cannot be replaced and ticket holders will not be able to board a shuttle bus without a wristband.
- Hull 2017 (the “Organiser”) will not be liable for any loss or damage to personal property on the shuttle bus services.
- Applicants must supply full details as required and comply with all rules and regulations to be eligible for tickets. No responsibility is accepted for applications made fraudulently.
- Transport tickets may not be sold, traded, or offered for sale; and may not be used as a prize or for any other promotional or trade purpose by any organisation except the Organiser. Transport tickets may be cancelled if offered for sale or as prizes.
- The Organiser, its sub-contractors, subsidiaries and/or agencies cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any technical failure or malfunction or any other problem with any telephone network or line, system, server, provider or otherwise which may result in any transport ticket application being lost or not properly registered or recorded.
- The Organiser reserves the right to alter or amend this ticket process at any stage, if deemed necessary in its opinion, and if circumstances arise outside of its control. Should the event be cancelled or line-up changed by the BBC, the Organiser is not liable for any loss of money or expenses incurred, including the cost of tickets for the Shuttle Bus/Park and Ride services.
- The Organiser shall not be liable for any loss, damage, cost or expense, except in the case of death or personal injury if due to any negligent act or omission on their part.
- Your personal information will be treated in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
- Your legal rights as a consumer are not affected by these terms and conditions.
- These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales.