Planning your journey
Brexit travel information
Following the 2016 referendum result, the UK is set to leave the European Union on 29 March 2019. It is possible that the country will leave without a deal with the EU. If this happens, there could be changes to your rights if you travel from and to the UK, and you may also experience some local travel disruption. It will be important to plan ahead before you travel.
Adverse weather - be prepared
Remember weather can change at any time, be prepared for this before you leave. Please ensure you are familiar with the University's 'Pay during periods of severe weather conditions/ major transport disruption' policy and procedure to understand what to do during adverse weather. Learn more about gritting and snow clearing on campus.
We recommend you check with your public transport provider before you travel. We have provided useful links below to help you plan your journey.
If you are travelling by road you may want to use the following links to plan your journey and check to see if your journey could be affected.
Road and traffic updates (radio stations)
Heart 103.1 – 102.8 FM- local radio station
Road and traffic journey planning (apps)
Waze is a free community-based traffic and navigation Smartphone app which uses GPS tracking to share up to date travel information
Live Traffic Info is a free app by Highways England to show live traffic and road information.