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Brighton Buses on the Go

You can now keep up to speed on all our travel information on your iPhone, mobile phone, through Facebook and Twitter.

Download our Apps

News, bus times and service information available as downloadable apps for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry (up to version 7).

Android appiPhone appblackberry appWindows Phone

Please note, m-tickets are currently only available on Android and iPhone.

Tweet with us

Follow our news feeds and service information on Twitter

Like us with Facebook

Our Facebook site includes all our timetables, maps, news as well as fleet photos and interesting information.

Find us on Facebook

Keep on the move with our mobile site

Our mobile site lets you surf our site while on the go

Wi-Fi on our buses

We are trialling the availability of wi-fi on some of our buses to check connectivity and customer feedback. Currently the buses which usually operate on route 6 between Brighton Station and Downs Park are fitted as well as another double deck bus, the one named Tommy Farr, which will be operating on many of our routes across the city so we can identify any transmission problems.

To use wi-fi, you just need to log on to the go-brighton wi-fi connection and confirm you accept the terms and conditions. There are no sign-ups or passwords. The protocol for use of the wi-fi so that everyone can receive the benefit is as follows... You are welcome to use wi-fi for email, messages and chat including social networks and connections to your corporate network and surf the internet. You are not able to use the wi-fi service to watch catch up TV (ie heavy video streaming), download very large files or file sharing (eg BitTorrent).

Getting the most out of our onboard Wi-Fi

Your onboard connection is shared with other users, so please use the Wi-Fi service sensibly.

The table below shows you how to get the best from our service.

Email, messaging and chat
Surf the web
Social Networking (e.g. Facebook, Twitter)
Connect to your corporate network
Watch catch up TV (i.e. heavy video streaming)
Downloading very large files
File sharing (e.g. BitTorrent)