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Landore Park and Ride

Landore Park and Ride Site is situated just off the A4067, approximately 1.5 miles north of the City Centre.

Landore Park and Ride bus

From the M4, exit at Junction 45 (Ynysforgan) and follow the 'Swansea' signs for approximately three miles. Landore is only a 10-minute drive from the M4. The Landore Site is conveniently located for journeys to Swansea from  the Swansea Valley, Sennybridge and Brecon.

Location:

Landore Park and Ride, Cross Valley Link Road, Landore, Swansea, SA1 2JT.

Bus service information: (service 501 - green buses)

Buses operate every 15/20 minutes during the day on Mondays to Saturdays (and Sundays for Christmas shopping). Modern, low floor, accessible buses.

PDF Document Landore Park and Ride timetable (PDF, 24KB)Opens new window

City Centre bus stops:

  • Railway Station; Orchard Street, Metro Stop (set down only)
  • Kingsway bus stop opposite  Mount Pleasant Baptist Church; Swansea City Bus Station; Caer Street bus stop; High Street (opposite Argos); and Railway Station.

Features:

  • Car park opens 6.45am - 7.30pm, Mondays to Saturdays.
  • 550 spaces including 25 disabled bays; and cycle racks.
  • CCTV.
  • Enclosed waiting area with seating, information point and refreshment machines.
  • Toilets, including facilities for disabled persons and baby changing facilities for parents.

Bus service run by: 

First, Heol Gwyrosydd, Penlan, Swansea, SA5 7BN.
Phone: 01792 572255 (7.00am - 10.00pm)
Email: cymru.customerservices@firstgroup.com

Decremental Cards

Decremental Cards can be obtained for free and offers discounted parking in both park and ride locations. To apply for a decremental card please email parkandride@swansea.gov.uk with your full name, address including postcode and the park and ride location you wish to use.

For full information about the decremental cards please see  PDF Document Guidance Notes (PDF, 133KB)Opens new window

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