August 31, 2021 | News
Surrey Research Park is delighted to be launching a new E-Shuttle Bus Service, supported by Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL), from Guildford train station to the Park, which is home to 170 businesses and approximately 4500 employees.
This is a free to use service for any tenant employee working at Surrey Research Park and will commence on Monday 6th September.
Committed to improving transport and helping reduce emissions, Surrey Research Park has selected an electric vehicle to deliver this daily service. The e-Shuttle will be branded and clearly identified for users.
No bookings are required to make use of this service. It is anticipated this will be a popular service and further electric shuttle services are expected to be rolled out to accommodate future demand.
The collection and drop-off points are:
Surrey Research Park
Times of Service:
Users can be updated via a WhatsApp group of any timings or delays, with communication only available from the Driver. If you wish to be included on the WhatsApp group, please email email@example.com or call 01483 575903
From Station (AM) From STC (PM) From Tycho House (PM)
07:30 16:15 16:20
08:00 17:00 17:05
08:40 17:45 17:50
09:20 18:30 18:35
Surrey Research Park is delighted the initiative is supported by Surrey Satellite Technology Limited. As demand for the service increases there will be opportunities for other tenant businesses to get involved in this sustainable travel initiative. For further information, please contact Nick Beesly
Nick Beesly, Estates and Business Development Manager, comments: “We are delighted to be launching this service with the support of one of our largest and longest-standing businesses on the Park, Surrey Satellite Technology Limited. Surrey Research Park is not only committed to improving transport links and sustainable travel into the Park but developing more community focused added value services and perks for our tenants. We know this service will be extremely welcomed by our businesses and are keen to roll out more E-Shuttle vehicles in the near future as we drive forward our plans to improve sustainability.”