The coach company has been selected to run a dedicated route for students and is pulling out all the stops with a stylish bus with all the mod cons.
The 44-seater bus features comfy seats, USB chargers and even free Wi-Fi. Students simply scan their university ID cards when they board, meaning they don’t have to carry any extra passes or tickets.
As part of the university’s bid to reduce its impact on the environment, the bus features the latest ‘Euro 6’ technology. It means that the coach emits less co2 and NOx than older vehicles.
The bus, which is emblazoned with the university’s striking branding, runs between the Falmer Campus and the Old Steine in the centre of Brighton. There are services from 7.50am to 6.50pm daily during university term time.
Barry Mullet, assistant director of facilities at University of Brighton said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer this free bus service to our students. Reliability is a top priority for us and Worthing Coaches’ impeccable credentials in this area made the company first choice to work with on this project.”
Paul Barringer, sales and marketing director of Worthing Coaches, added: “We’ve pulled out all the stops to make sure students travel in ultimate comfort and style with our dedicated University of Brighton bus. Whether they want to continue working on the way home or simply relax and catch up with friends on social media, they’ll be well-connected with our USB chargers and free Wi-Fi.”