Introducing the Triangle

Introducing the Triangle

What's new?

Our Triangle route was revamped in May 2016 with brand new state-of-the-art double deck buses, designed to accommodate you in comfort and convenience with...

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • USB charging points
  • Air-chill technology
  • Greener, cleaner engines
  • Tinted windows

That's not all... the buses display special local designs for Whitstable, Herne Bay and Canterbury so look out for all three bespoke designs!  The Whitstable design features a hard-hat diver harvesting oysters which reflects the significance of oyster farming and the diving technique developed in the 19th century. For Herne Bay the record-breaking aviatrix Amy Johnson is depicted in recognition of her pioneering solo flight and continued legacy. Finally for Canterbury the Cathedral features prominently as an iconic landmark for the past 1,400 years.


Where can I travel?

The Triangle offers a direct route between Canterbury, Whitstable and Herne Bay, with buses running up to every 15 minutes (during the daytime).

For bus times or to find out where the Triangle route runs, please select the timetable or route map.

How much does it cost?

We offer a range of great value fares including single, return, day and weekly tickets, all available to buy on the bus with cash or contactless.

Longer term tickets can be purchased online.

If you want to hop on and off at different points on the Triangle route during the day or travel elsewhere in Kent and East Sussex, the South East dayrider is the ticket for you!

South East dayrider fares for a day's unlimited travel in Kent and East Sussex are shown below.

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 U19 Adult  Family
 £5  £7  £14

U19 - available for children and young people aged 18 years and under.

Family - valid for two adults and up to three children or one adult and up to four children.