What is Transition Chesterfield doing?

Transition Chesterfield supports a better public transport system for Chesterfield.

Many people in Chesterfield do not have access to a car, and for those who do, travelling by car will be increasingly expensive. Public transport is a more sustainable transport option than private cars for longer distances or for those whose mobility is limited.

Transition Chesterfield have done the following in support of public transport:
• Objected to Derbyshire County Council’s 2011 cuts in bus services
• Called for an improved public transport interchange next to the train station
• Made submissions to support better bus access to the new leisure centre

Car-Free Walks 

Transition Chesterfield have produced a series of 6 leaflets of car-free walks in the Peak District for people who don’t have cars or who want to leave them at home.

Public Transport Information

Try this journey planner for all public transport http://www.traveline.info/

If you know the number of the bus you want to travel on you can find timetable info here: http://www.derbysbus.info/times/

Derbyshire County Council also produces 3 bus timetable books – the North East Derbyshire book covers Chesterfield and surrounding areas. Available for sale from the bus station, tourist info, and selected newsagents and post offices.

If you are taking more than one bus it is often cheaper to use one of the many Rover Tickets available from different operators or the Derbyshire Wayfarer for use on buses (and trains) in Derbyshire.

Chesterfield is on a mainline train network and has good connections to most large cities. More info on travelling by train here. www.nationalrail.co.uk

To save money on train travel it is often cheaper to split your ticket. More helpful info on how to save money on train fares here.