Let someone else take the wheel and use Jersey’s network of public buses to navigate your way around the island. Jersey’s public transport network makes it easy to explore wherever you please and most buses are equipped with easy access for wheelchair users.

Catch the bus.

LibertyBus runs an easy to use, regular service linking the island’s main locations and attractions with the central bus station at Liberation Station in St. Helier. LibertyBus also run a TownLink service operating in and around St Helier’s town centre from Monday to Saturday.

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A ticket to ride.

You can buy tickets as you board the bus, or if you’re here for a little longer, why not explore the option of buying a multi-day or family pass, which gives you the freedom to explore the island your way during your stay. You can collect a free bus timetable at Liberation Station or the Visit Jersey tourist information centre.

Planning your trip.

You can see a full map of all Jersey’s bus stops and the routes to take for the island’s key visitor destinations by accessing the bus timetables.


Explore some of Jersey's top attractions and easily get there by bus.

Key things to know about bus travel in Jersey.

Where’s my bus?

Are the buses accessible?

How do I ask the driver to stop?

What safety policies are in place?

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Interested in a tour?

Full-day coach tours give you a real feel for the island and include most of the bays, with refreshments and photo stops as well as lunch stops. The tours include a visit to many local attractions, farms and gardens. Find a Jersey tour here.

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