I Travel York is located at York Station, Station Rd, York YO24 1AB, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with I Travel York and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Get Cycling CiC

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iTravel York are an amazing arm of City of York Council. The lovely team members spend their time ti

5/ 5

iTravel York are an amazing arm of City of York Council. The lovely team members spend their time tirelessly promoting sustainable travel in order to bring health benefits to residents, logistical benefits to tourists, and environmental benefits to everyone. It's been a total pleasure working with them so far on the Travel2Work, Travel2Campus and Travel Together initiatives, and we look forward to our continued partnership going forward!

Esther Stanton

4 Google Rating

Easy steps taken from Bolton - Manchester- leeds- Yorkshire and back. Fantastic journey made seamle

4/ 5

Easy steps taken from Bolton - Manchester- leeds- Yorkshire and back. Fantastic journey made seamless l/effortless with clear easy to follow guide. Takes a little longer than other modes.of transport but it is cheaper, reliable and more visually stimulating.

Lizzie Kershaw

1 Google Rating

We decided to get the bus into York city centre from Osbaldwick. We bought the Day Pass for First bu

1/ 5

We decided to get the bus into York city centre from Osbaldwick. We bought the Day Pass for First buses, thinking this was the most cost effective option. It is, if you aren't in a hurry to get anywhere. The buses are so infrequent, and you end up watching buses from other companies driving past (you can't get those with your York Day pass though!). Then we try to get the same bus home at 8pm, but no... it's the same number, but now it's run by a different company, so again, ticket not valid!! So we end up walking in the rain to a different bus stop and waiting for a bus that will take twice as long to travel 3 miles. And they wonder why people use their cars...

Barbara Holmes

5 Google Rating

Went to sort out a mobile phone and they were very helpful

5/ 5

Went to sort out a mobile phone and they were very helpful

A Needham

3 Google Rating

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