Truro Park and Ride Free for Late Night Christmas Shopping and Saturday 1st December


Truro’s Park and Ride will operate an extended service for 'Late Night Shopping' on Wednesdays leading up to Christmas.

The Park and Ride will be free to use after 4pm on Late Night Shopping Nights - 28th November and the 5th, 12th and 19th December.

On these days The Museum stop will not be served. All other stops will be open as normal. A temporary Park and Ride drop-off only bus stop will be available at the Wig and Pen for passengers from Langarth.

On the 28th November only, in addition to the above, the Victoria Square stop will be closed from 3pm because of the Reindeer Parade. However an additional pick up only stop opposite the Frances St. (Opp. Wig and Pen).

After the normal timetable finishes at 7pm from Tregurra and 7.10pm from Langarth all Park and Ride services will run from Quay Street/Truro Bus Station and will run to either Langarth or Tregurra only.

No other stops, including Hospital, Truro College and Truro Railway Station, will be served after 7pm. There will be frequent shuttles getting people between the two sites and the city centre.

The last bus for both Tregurra and Langarth will leave Quay Street/Truro Bus Station at 10pm, ensuring that, once again, Park for Truro will help shoppers enjoy the Christmas atmosphere.

On Saturday 1st December the Park and Ride will be free all day.

Langarth Park and Ride

Tel: 01872 279270 (Langarth)

Tregurra Park and Ride
Newquay Road

Tel: 01872 274587 (Tregurra)


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