Diversion Notice Monday 22nd November: C50 from Huyton, Prescot, Whiston & Rainhill
There is a temporary closure on Windy Arbor Road on Monday 22nd November only. The 50 will use the following diversion in both directions.
Towards College – normal route to Windy Arbor Road, turn right on to Lickers Lane, turn left on to Fox’s Bank Lane, Cumber Lane, turn left on to Stoney Lane, turn left on to Dragon Lane, Dragon Drive, turn right on to Cross Lane and resume normal route to Widnes, Riverside College.
Omits: section of Windy Arbor Road and section of Dragon Lane.
From College as normal route to Cross Lane, turn left on to Dragon Lane, Dragon Drive, turn right on to Stoney Lane, turn right Cumber Lane, turn right on to Lickers Lane, turn left on to Windy Arbor Road and resume normal route to Huyton Bus Station.
Omits: section of Dragon Lane and Section of Windy Arbor Road
Student Transport: ACADEMIC YEAR 21/22
At Cronton College we aim to ensure that your journey is a smooth one by providing you with:
A FREE Warrington’s Own Buses bus pass for the academic year 21/22 if you live more than 1.5 miles away from college. Please note there will be a charge for this pass from September 2022, but it will continue to be heavily subsidised. Warrington’s Own Buses run the college services listed below.
Plus 16 dedicated, direct bus services at the beginning and end of the college day services by Warrington’s Own Buses from the following areas:
- St Helens
- Stockton Heath
Students using one of the Warrington’s Own Buses routes can use the company’s mapping tool to map their journey: https://www.warringtonsownbuses.co.uk/cronton-college
For the Ashcroft’s 26/26A timetable, and to look at any other provider timetables such as Arriva please click here: https://www3.halton.gov.uk/Pages/publictransport/bus-timetables.aspx or visit the pages below.
For more information on all Arriva bus services serving the Colleges and details of Arriva tickets, visit: arrivabus.co.uk or call 0344 800 44 11.
How and when will I get my bus pass?
If you are a returning student you can apply for your Warrington’s Own Buses pass using the link below.
If it is your first year you can apply for your Warrington’s Own Buses pass using the link below 48 hours after you have been in and completed your enrolment.
Please select the Buss Pass 2021 – 2022 form: https://studentriversidecollegeac.sharepoint.com/sites/StudentIntranet/SitePages/Student-Bursary.aspx
Warrington’s Own Buses passes are held in an App on your mobile device. If you do not have a smartphone you will be able to indicate this on your application and we will arrange for you to have a physical card pass. You will receive an email from Warrington’s Own Buses in order to activate your pass, look out for this in your inbox and your junk folder. If you have not received your email before your first day, do not worry for the first few weeks you will be able to travel with your College ID card.
If you would like an Arriva pass you can apply for one directly with them, please see the button in the menu below for more details.
If you are travelling within the Liverpool City Region (Halton, Liverpool, Knowsley, St Helens and Sefton) and wish to pay daily for your travel and travel using different bus providers the best option is a daily My Ticket at £2.20 per day. Just ask for a My Ticket on the bus.
Covid-19 Safety Measures
In addition to all of the safety measures we have put in place within College, we have worked with our local transport providers to ensure that all of the latest guidance from the Government on travelling to College is being followed.
Face coverings continue to be advised on public transport and we require you to wear them on our dedicated College transport in order to keep all students safe. If you are exempt, please provide evidence in the form of daisy lanyards or pin badges (available from Programme Management) on College transport.
We are encouraging students to walk or cycle to College where safe and appropriate, and have increased the number of bike sheds available to support this. The advice is still to limit your use of public transport, if you can.
When travelling on the College buses or public transport in order to stay safe please ensure that you;
- Wear a face covering at all times, unless you are exempt (please carry with you your NHS exemption card or lanyard).
- Wash and/or sanitise your hands before entering the bus and when you disembark
- Use contactless bus passes or payment cards, avoid the use of cash where possible
- Ensure you follow the ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ approach, carry a tissue with you at all times and if you use it dispose of it in the bins provided when you arrive at College
- Do not travel on any transport if you, or anyone in your household is displaying symptoms of COVID-19
- If you start to display symptoms of COVID-19 while in College, you must inform a member of staff immediately and not board any College or public transport. Staff will work with you to contact your emergency contact and make arrangements for you to get home safely.
If you would like to read more on how the transport providers are working hard to keep you safe whilst on their vehicles please visit their individual websites.