Park and Ride
The new Park for Truro site at Tregurra Park is now open. For full details of the timetable please follow the links below.
Current timetable and ticket prices
As the buses now operate between Langarth and Tregurra the Museum stop can now no longer be used for return journeys to Langarth. From Truro City Centre to Langarth use the stops at Quay Street or Victoria Square. To Tregurra use the Museum or Quay Street stops.
There are a variety of ticket options available for the park and ride from day tickets to multi-journey tickets. Find out more about the tickets available and the current prices on the ticket options and prices page.
How do I get there?
The Park for Truro site, at Langarth Park, is located on the west side of Truro on the A390 at Threemilestone. The postcode is TR4 9AN.
If approaching from the A30, head towards Truro (A390) at the Chiverton Cross roundabout. There are signs for the Park for Truro site and an access road just before the Threemilestone roundabout. The site can also be accessed from the Threemilestone roundabout for people coming from the Truro direction on the A390, past Royal Cornwall Hospital and Truro College.
The site at Tregurra Park is located on the east side of Truro near the junction of the A39 and A390 at Union Hill. The postcode is TR1 1RH
If approaching from the A30, head towards Truro (A39) at the Carland Cross roundabout. There are signs for the site and an access road just after Truro Livestock Market. The site can also be accessed from the A390 when approaching from the St Austell direction.
When is the next park and ride bus due at my stop?
Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) is available along the route of the Park for Truro park and ride service.
The displays give passengers a countdown in minutes until the arrival of the next park and ride bus as well as showing the stop name and current time. When the bus is less than a minute away the display will show ‘Due’ rather than a time.
The Park for Truro buses are equipped with technology that sends messages about their whereabouts, via satellite, to a central computer. These are then sent to the receiving equipment in the shelters and turned into messages that are displayed on the screen.