Portsmouth enjoys excellent road connections; the A3(M) puts London only one and a half hours away and the M27/A27 connects the city with Britain's motorway network.
Park & Ride
Portsmouth's state-of-the-art Park & Ride service offers commuters and visitors to the city a quick, easy and cheap way into Portsmouth. It is conveniently located on the M275, Junction 1, and is open daily. Buses run every 10 minutes at peak times, with request stops including the City Centre, Portsmouth University and The Hard Interchange. The hop-on, hop-off nature of the service also means passengers can travel between stops. Regular customers can benefit from cheaper fares by purchasing a Commuter or Visitor Pass. For more information and timetables visit www.parkandride.portsmouth.gov.uk.
Discover Southsea with your Park & Ride ticket
Portsmouth Park & Ride now serves even more stops across the city for the same price, including Old Portsmouth and Southsea.
The Portsmouth Park and Ride ticket now brings visitors directly to Southsea seafront and shops, and includes stops at Victoria Park (Bishop Crispian Way), St Thomas Cathedral (Old Portsmouth), Osborne Road (Southsea shops) and South Parade Pier. Buses to and from Southsea and Old Portsmouth leave hourly.
For more information on Portsmouth Park & Ride, please visit the Park & Ride website.
Keep it safe!
Follow the Police advice and do what you can to avoid being a victim of vehicle crime. Don't leave any valuable items or important documentation in your vehicle - take them with you! This includes Sat Navs - don't lock them in the glove compartment it's the first place thieves will look. Keep any items you do leave behind out of sight, closing blinds / screens in camper vans.