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Transport to and from Uplyme

The Bus


The main bus service through Uplyme is the No.31 service from Weymouth to Axminster via Dorchester, Bridport and Lyme Regis.  The No.31 is run by First Group

 

 

Getting to Axminster railway station from Uplyme:

 

On weekdays and Saturdays, the No.31 bus runs an hourly service to Axminster railway station from just outside the Talbot Arms, taking about 10 minutes to get there. Click here for the 31 timetable.

 

Unfortunately, this service is often late, especially in the Summer when the roads are more crowded, so do not rely on it if you have a tight transfer at Axminster.

 

On Sundays the service runs every other hour.

 

Getting to Lyme Regis from Uplyme:

 

On weekdays and Saturdays, the No 31 leaves the Talbot Arms (opposite side of road - beside phone box) and arrives about 10 minutes later in Lyme Regis Post office on Broad St.

 

Please note the bus stop for your return trip to Uplyme is situated at the bottom of the hill in the Square near the Rock Point pub ie - NOT where you are dropped off at the Post Office.

 

On Sundays the service runs every other hour.

 

Getting further afield by bus:

 

It is possible to take the No.31 bus as described above to Lyme Regis and then to change to the X53 service in the Square. This 'Jurassic Coast' service runs approx every two hours and takes you to Exeter in the West and Poole in the East and several stops in between.

 

Click here for X53 timetable.

 


 

Vital Transport Information

  • UK traffic info here
  • Bus timetables here
  • Train timetables here
  • Live departures board
    for Axminster here

Route planner here

 


The Train


 

 

Axminster is a manned,  main line station on the London Waterloo to Exeter St David's line, part of Network South East.
 

There is a  regular and reasonably reliable service in both directions run by South West Trains. 

 

The journey to Exeter takes between 32 and 55 mins and London approx 3:15 hrs.  

 

There is a station cafe where a hearty breakfast and a mug of tea can be bought while you wait for the train you missed because the bus was late. 

 

Click here for the Wikipedia entry for Axminster railway station.


Your Carbon Footprint


 

 

Everyone has a carbon footprint - it's your own personal measure of how much carbon dioxide you create and how much you contribute to climate change.

 

Use the Act on CO2 calculator to find out what your carbon footprint is.

 

You'll also get a personalised action plan with recommendations about how you can help tackle climate change

The Car

 

The most environmentally hostile way of getting to and from the village is of course the car.  The village is on the B3165 which runs south from the A35 at Raymond's Hill south to Lyme Regis. 

 

 

Over the more populated lengths of the B3165, it has been assigned a 30MPH maximum speed limit although there are some drivers who do not comply with this limit as they are exempt from such restrictions. 

 

Road Safety Forum


There is a forum in the Uplyme Debate discussing issues related to road safety in the village.

 

Click here to read the views of the members and join in if you have something to say on the subject.

 

 

Air Travel

 

 

Exeter International Airport is  about 25 miles from Uplyme and various operators fly routes to UK, European and Canadian
destinations.

 

 

Click here for live arrivals board.

 

The No.56 Stagecoach bus runs between the bus/coach station on Paris St. and the airport. Click here for No.56 bus timetable.


Pollution - modes of transport compared


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