Motor Vehicle, Engineering and Construction students will find it even easier to get to South Essex College’s Stephenson Road facility now with the introduction of a new free bus route.
College buses will run in the mornings and afternoons, picking up students from local train stations and dropping them off at the new technical campus in Southend.
Students can pick up the bus from either Pitsea train station on the c2c line or Rayleigh train station on the Greater Anglia line. Buses will pick up students from the stations, starting at 7.45am then every half an hour from Rayleigh (last bus at 9.45am) and every 45 minutes from Pitsea (last bus at 10am). Afternoon return routes will start at 3.45pm. Times stated are guidelines only and may change due to traffic.
The Pitsea bus will pick students up just outside the train station main entrance. The Rayleigh bus will pick students up on ‘The Approach’ road, this is on the other side of the train line from where the main buses stop.
The service starts on Tuesday 11 September, students must show their College ID lanyard to access the service.
The College’s new Stephenson Road site, based off Progress Road, provides students with industry training facilities for Motor Vehicle, Engineering and Construction qualifications.
Times stated are guidelines only and may change due to traffic.
Rayleigh > Stephenson Road
Pitsea > Stephenson Road
Stephenson Road > Rayleigh
Stephenson Road > Pitsea