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Public transport

Bus stop South Street with vinyl wrap

The benefits of using public transport are numerous. Trains can be faster and less stressful than driving and travelling by bus, is cheaper and although the journey might take a little longer than travelling by car, bus travel is less harmful for the environment.

Enjoy the view or find time to work using local public transport and don’t worry about finding and paying for a parking space at your destination.


Farnham is positioned on the main rail line from London Waterloo to Alton.

Live travel updates from Farnham


Routes and timetables

Looking to travel to the Museum of Farnham or Farnham Castle for a day out or Farnham Hospital for an appointment? Find out which bus to take here.

A map of Farnham’s bus routes (from Surrey County Council)

Blackwater Valley bus timetable

Buses to and from Farnham Hospital

Buses to and from other hospitals including Frimley Park and the Royal Surrey County Hospital in the surrounding area.

Low cost and discounted bus tickets

A Camberley and Farnborough Plusbus gives you unlimited travel around the Blackwater Valley (Aldershot, Farnborough, Farnham and surrounding villages). For further details see PLUSBUS

Free bus pass information from Surrey County Council

Community transport

Community transport is usually provided for people who are unable to use conventional public transport services either because that service is not available or because of disability.

For services to and around Farnham, Community transport directory including details of Care Farnham (tel: 01252 716 655) and Hoppa (tel: 01428 681701).

Car sharing

To find out if someone is going your way to work visit TravelSmart or


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