With 1.4 million rail journeys passing through Leighton Buzzard Station every year, Central Bedfordshire Council, together with your local service providers, is working to improve your local transport services and we are committed to help you save time and money when you travel to and from the station.
Get on Track, the station travel plan, has been launched to help you get to the station more quickly and efficiently.
We want you to have all the travel information you need so you can make the best choice on how you get to the station, and at the same time we want to help you save time and money.
The work of Get on Track would be nothing without the hard work and dedication of all the organisations involved. Why not find out a bit more about the work that they are doing in other areas?
Arriva the Shires and Essex
Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity
Buckinghamshire County Council
Grant Palmer Passenger Services
Leighton-Linslade Town Council
Off the Rails LB
South Bedfordshire Friends of the Earth
Stuart Michael Associates
Wing Parish Council
Sign up to the Get on Track Club for free, and keep up to date with everything going on with Get on Track and with travel to the station! As well as receiving a copy of Get on Track Club News, our bi-monthly e-newsletter, you will also get access to exclusive offers and competitions not available to anyone else!
Interested? Then email us at email@example.com to ask how to join.
With rail fares going up in January, we are planning a series of special Travel Clinics designed to save you money on travel to and from the station. Come along and chat to us in the Ticket Office about your journey options, or anything else about getting to and from the station. Our forthcoming events are:
Tuesday 25th September (6am to 10am)
Tuesday 30th October (6am to 9am)
Tuesday 27th November (6am to 10am)
Tuesday 11th December (6am to 10am)
Whether you Tweet, Facebook, Flickr or whatever, keep up to date with the goings on of Get on Track on the Lets Talk Central social media sites.
Let's Talk Central
With buses running as frequently as every half an hour, with some buses timed to meet the busiest trains, your local bus service really is a great way to travel to the station. Oh, and did we mention that the price of a bus ticket is roughly half the cost of parking at the station?
So if you're thinking of renewing your season or car park ticket, why not give the bus a try? Visit the bus section of this website for more information.