George park and ride
Services 100, 101 and PR3 run from this park and ride site, in the north of the city opposite the George Hotel on Tavistock Road (PL6 7HB).
Service 100 takes 25 minutes to get to the city centre via Milehouse park and ride and runs every 10 to 15 minutes during peak times and every 15 minutes during off-peak times Monday to Saturday. Service 101 runs via Derriford Hospital and serves every stop along this route.
Get the latest service 100 or 101 timetable from the Stagecoach website.
Service PR3 runs between the George park and ride and Derriford Business Park including The Range via the University of St Mark & St John and Derriford Hospital. This service runs every 15 minutes Monday to Friday and every 30 minutes on Saturdays.
Get the latest service PR3 timetable from the Plymouth Citybus website.
The site has toilets, showers and cycle lockers and is manned from 6.15am to 6.15pm Monday to Friday and 7am to 3pm on Saturday.
The car park is open 24 hours a day Monday to Sunday. No Payment is required for parking at this location.
Motorhomes and campervans are recommended to use our Milehouse park and ride site.
Fares on Stagecoach South West services
The George to City Centre
The George to Derriford Hospital
The George to Milehouse
Day, group and flexi-rider tickets are available on this service.
Fares on Plymouth Citybus service PR3 to University of St. Mark & St. John, Derriford Hospital, the Range and Derriford Business Park
George Park and Ride to University of St. Mark & St.John and Derriford Hospital
George Park and Ride to The Range and Derriford Business Park
Bus stop changes from 8 July 2019
On Monday 8 July there will be changes to bus stops on Charles Street and on the north side of Exeter Street Viaduct to allow further works connected with the construction of the new cinema complex at Bretonside to be undertaken.
This work will mean that all traffic is banned from the north side of the viaduct and will affect stops B1, B2 and B3 on the Viaduct along with stops C2 and C3 on Charles Street.
This will mean there will be changes to the bus stops that the Park and Ride services will serve with a diversion along part of their route in the city centre.
Services 100 and 101 will be diverted via Kinterbury Street, Bretonside and Exeter Street to Charles Cross and will not serve Viaduct Bus Stop B1.
Instead services 100 will run as usual from stop A14 on Royal Parade but will call additionally at stop A21 (outside the Brass Monkey public house), a temporary bus stop near to Jurys Inn on Exeter Street and a stop at the top of Coburg Street.
We would recommend catching services 100/101 from the stops listed above on Royal Parade.