Intersite bus service

The intersite bus service runs between the Kingston University campuses.

University students, staff and visitors benefit from the environmentally efficient buses with disabled access. The service is part of our sustainability investment to improve transport services and help reduce car travel.

University bus service 2021/22

The service runs Monday to Friday.

Timetables are available on My Kingston.

* There will be no service on public holidays.

Bus tracker

Use the Kingston University app and Twitter page to track bus arrival times and progress during periods of heavy traffic and roadworks.


Feedback on the service is always welcome. Passengers can email the RATP-DEV London feedback team with any queries or suggestions as to how the bus services can be improved. Students and staff who wish to put forward proposals or take a more active role can apply to sit on the Bus Service User Group which meets termly and analyses data to continuously improve the service.

Provided by the University in partnership with London RATP-DEV, the KU fleet of seven low emission, hybrid buses provides an environmentally-friendly service to transport staff and students between all campus sites and halls of residence free of charge throughout the day and evening. The service does not run at weekends or over the two week Christmas break.

For updates, follow us on Twitter @KingstonUniBus.

Visit our Open Days page for information about the bus service on University-wide undergraduate Open Days.

Please be aware, for your safety and comfort, the following rules must be adhered to:

  • Do not talk or distract the driver whilst the vehicle is in motion.
  • There is a no smoking policy on all university buses.
  • The consumption of food and drink, and alcohol is strictly prohibited.
  • Do not play music out loud, use headphones with consideration.
  • Cameras are installed on the buses – CCTV images are recorded for the purpose of crime prevention detection, legal proceedings and public safety. Images of alleged offenders may be passed to the police and used in a court of law.

The driver reserves the right to refuse travel to anyone.