Brighton & Hove Buses’ rainbow-hued Diversity Bus will once again shuttle festival-goers between the city centre and the party at Preston Park for Pride on Saturday August 6.
Metrobus special service 500 will also provide fast and frequent links between Preston Park, Old Steine and Kemptown. The bus stops at St Peter’s Church along the way, where it’s only a short walk to Brighton Station.
Metrobus special service 600 will carry festival-goers staying at the Waterhall Campsite to and from Old Steine during Pride weekend, from Friday right up until Monday morning.
Contactless payments are now accepted on all Brighton & Hove and Metrobus buses so getting on board couldn’t be easier.
The bus company are once again a Platinum member of Pride ‘City Angels’ which actively promotes a cleaner city during Pride as well as being vigilant to hate crime whilst fully supporting LGBTQ initiatives and events that take place in Brighton & Hove.
Brighton & Hove Buses’ Managing Director, Ed Wills said: “Pride is always one of the most exciting and important events of the year. We’re delighted to once again partner with Pride, and be part of City Angels, so that everyone can move smoothly and safely around the city and get the most out of their weekend. Happy Pride, everyone.”
Timetables will be go up on the Pride, Metrobus and Brighton & Hove Buses’ websites in due course.