Youth Travel

Whether for work, education, training or leisure, transport and travel are important for young people. The following webpage should help to signpost you to the appropriate places for further information. 

Public Transport 

Looking for public transport in East Cambridgeshire? 

Community Transport 

If you are facing barriers to public transport, either because your area is not served by public transport or for other reasons, please visit Community Transport in East Cambridgeshire for information on your local transport schemes. 


Financial support towards travel is available for students living in local income households.  

Visit the Cambridgeshire County Council school transport website (external link) to find out more. 

Stagecoach offer discounted annual tickets for Student ID holders. 

Visit the Stagecoach Student Rider website (external link) for more information. 

Walking and Cycling Routes 

East Cambridgeshire has extensive walking and cycling networks and being relatively flat makes it a great place to enjoy the countryside! 

Visit the Cambridgeshire County Council Cycle Routes and Maps website (external link) for more information on cycling routes across Cambridgeshire. 

Explore East Cambs showcases some of the many great open spaces for walking or cycling in East Cambs 

Visit the Explore East Cambs website (external link) for more information. 

Road Safety 

Road safety is one of the more important lessons a child or young adult can learn. Whether walking, cycling, or learning how to drive, it is essential that young people are equipped with the knowledge and attitudes to keep them safe while travelling. 

E-scooters and e-bikes 

It is important that young people know the laws surrounding the use of e-scooters in public places, visit the Police e-scooters website (external link) to find out more. 

If you are 14 or older, you can use an e-bike (as long as it meets certain criteria) anywhere that you can use a push bike, visit the GOV.UK website (external link) for information. 

Further information 

For more information about travel and transport across Cambridgeshire, visit the Cambridgeshire County Council travel and transport webpages (external link)