Updated 1 October 2021
- Planning your journey to campus
- Walking or running to campus
- Cycling to campus
- Cycle to work scheme
- Parking on campus
- Public transport
- Have your say on local transport changes
- University business travel (opens on a different web page)
As announced earlier in the year, the return to campus will be gradual, phased over the coming months. If you are planning on coming to campus, please follow Government guidance on safe travel, travelling safely by walking, cycling or public transport, where possible.
If travelling at a specific time is creating undue difficulty, please discuss your circumstances with your manager, it may be possible to consider a temporary altered/flexible working pattern.
If you would like help or advice planning your commute to work you can contact email@example.com
Please use the sections below to help you plan your journey and see the latest updates on facilities and support available from the University.
Our active travel webpage gives advice on walking or running to campus, including route advice and how to keep yourself safe.
Changing rooms and showers
Changing rooms and showers will be opening on a building-by-building basis. So, it is worth considering in advance how you will freshen up if you need to. Please check with your line manager what changing and shower facilities will be open and available for use near your allocated workspace. Showers at The Edge are free before midday for our staff and students; after this time non-members will pay a fee of £1. You must present your staff or student card to gain access.
Local shop, Yorkshire Runner are offering University staff 15% off in store and online plus free gait analysis to encourage staff to get active on their commute. Simply show your staff ID card in store or use the code ‘club15’ online.
If you are cycling to campus, there are a number of cycle stands (open and covered) available for you to secure your bike, as well as bike repair stands and track pumps. If you’re not sure where these are located, get in touch with the Bike Hub, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Staff Cycle to work scheme is with Cyclescheme. The scheme includes an increase of the hire value of up to £3,000 enabling access to a wider range of bikes including electric and adapted bikes. Find further details or apply for the Staff Cycle to work scheme
At our Bike Hub, located in the heart of campus between EC Stoner and Roger Stevens, you can hire a bike, get maintenance help from our qualified mechanics and amazing volunteers, borrow tools, and get cycling advice to ensure you have a great time cycling in Leeds.
We are currently operating by appointment only and all exchanges will be undertaken outside as only Bike Hub staff are allowed inside the building.
Cycle hires: We are currently fully booked for cycle hires. Please check our Bike Hub page for updates.
Cycle maintenance: Book an appointment for Maintenance Monday on our Eventbrite page (maintenance only).
For further details of bike hire, including the types of bikes available, costs, hire duration and the hire agreement (terms & conditions) please see our hiring a bike section.
Currently, interim monthly parking permits are available, alongside day parking, through the ParkIT system. Please follow the guidance on the staff parking webpage if you’re working on campus and need to park.
If you are travelling by public transport please read the latest Government guidance on planning your journey and precautions to take
You can also check with your transport operator for the latest travel advice on your route. Some operators are providing online updates, (such as First Bus online updates), as well as advising on available capacity via the First Bus app and National Rail is also providing online advice.
We recommend wearing a face covering whilst travelling on public transport, as well as bringing hand sanitizer. If you have any feedback, or need advice, please refer to our or contact email@example.com.
Northern recognises the need for a flexible season ticket, for those employees that may be commuting fewer than three days per week. Northern now offers a Flexi-Season ticket which is a bulk purchase of 10 all-day tickets, offering savings for regular commuters. Find out more about Railcards
Leeds City Council is continuing to work on local travel infrastructure improvements which can be viewed and commented on. The A64 Improvement Scheme is currently underway: have your say on the A64 Improvement Scheme proposal
University business travel
For advice on UK and international travel – when travelling on University business – including fieldwork, study abroad and work placements, please see the Travel advice page