Sit back and relax on the high-specification fleet of Island-wide buses and avoid the hassle of parking. LibertyBus aims to create an easy to use and accessible bus service for Jersey.
The network of bus routes provides high frequency services to the Island’s main shopping centres, workplaces, beaches and visitor attractions – and the modern bus fleet offers a very comfortable and passenger-friendly ride. Most of the bus services operate daily and will take you almost anywhere on the Island. You can find a comprehensive journey planner and full timetable information on their website.
The main bus station is Liberation Station in St Helier but you can board the buses at any of the stops around the Island. As well as traditional bus stops marked with poles, there are also numerous stops around the Island identified by ‘BUS’ painted in white on the road. At these stops passengers should wave down the correct bus when it approaches. You can see a full map of all bus stops, plus the real time departure information on the Liberty Bus website.
Timetables are free and are available from Liberation Station and Jersey Tourism. Route timetables are also displayed at many of the bus stops around the Island. The timetable also shows a route map with all the designated stopsalong the way, making it precise and clear to read. Timetable and route information can also be accessed via the Liberty Bus website using a variety of mobile devices.
Text My Bus
To receive accurate timetable information on your mobile, send the bus stop number as a text message to 66556.
A fully accessible fleet
All public buses are low floor so they are all fully accessible for wheelchair users, pushchairs, prams and some smaller mobility scooters (with a permit). Low-floor buses also help those who have other mobility impairments. All buses have easy-access ramps and a dedicated wheelchair space. If there are no wheelchair users on the vehicle, this space will be available for other passengers - but we would ask any passenger to give up this space if a wheelchair user requires it.
Next stop information
The buses inform you what the next stop will be both on a screen and with an announcement.
Telling the driver to stop
Press the red buttons to tell the driver that you would like to get off at the next stop. If you can’t reach a button, ask a fellow passenger for help. You can also tell the driver where you need to get off in advance if you are unfamiliar with the route so he or she will stop without you having to worry.
Safety on board
LibertyBus operates a no-smoking policy on all vehicles and in Liberation Station. Please do not place luggage or any other obstruction in the aisles of the vehicle, using the luggage racks where provided.
Please always consider your fellow passengers – for example, please refrain from eating and drinking on the buses.