Your guide to living in halls

Getting around 


Whether you're going to your lectures or meeting friends in town, getting around is pretty easy. Nottingham has continuously won the award for UK Bus Operator of the Year and the city also offers a regular Tram service. 


NCT offers student passes that you give you unlimited travel for either the academic or calendar year, with a great discount. 


University Park Campus 


To help you get about, the University offers several inter-campus transport facilities, including the free University Hopper bus service. 


University Hopper Bus

901  Uni Park - Sutton Bonington 

902  Uni Park - Kings Meadow Campus 

903  Uni Park - Jubilee Campus 

904  Uni Park - Royal Derby Hospital 

NCT Buses 

Orange Line 34  Uni Park East Drive  - City 

35  Outside North Entrance - City

36 Outside North Entrance - City 

36U George Green Library - City

Nightbus 34 


Trentbarton Buses





Stops at University Park, University Boulevard and Queen's Medical Centre. 


Visitor Parking

If you have friends or family visiting you on campus, they can park in one of the pay and display car parks. Further information, including locations of disabled parking, can be found here.


The pay and display charges only apply between 9.15am to 4pm on weekdays.


Not living on Campus? 

  • Orange Line 34, 35 and 36 as well as the Tram wiil get you to and from Lenton, Beeston and Chilwell. 
  • Pink Line 28, 30 and 31 will take you to and from Lenton, Radford and Wollaton 
  • Navy Line 1, 3, 4, Grey Line 53, 54 and the Tram run to and from Clifton 
  • Turquoise Line 77, 78, 79 and the Tram travel to and from Arboretum 
  • Green Line 5, 6, 7, 11 will take you to and from West Bridgford and Lady Bay 


Don't fancy public transport? No problem, you can jump on one of the city's yellow e-scooters. For further information including locations and prices, download the Wind Mobility App