Getting to and around Havant

The borough has excellent transport links by road, rail and sea.

Journey planning

Journey planners are available for both private and public transport; these include route planning, timetables, and buses times displayed at bus stops.

You can access a cycling journey planner, travel news from ROMANSE for drivers, and real time train information for the borough's four railway stations.

For bus and coach services please see our bus services webpage.

Sustainable travel to school

Hampshire County Council provides advice about how to reduce local congestion by doing the school run on foot, bike, bus or scooter.

Community transport services

Hampshire County Council also provides full details of community transport services, including on-demand services such as:

  • call and go - a bookable door-to-door service for anyone whose transport needs are not met by public bus services
  • shopmobility - to give greater freedom and independence for people with disabilities or short/long term mobility problems
  • community transport - providing fully accessible minibuses for hire by clubs and voluntary groups and organisations in Havant Borough and surrounding areas

Hayling ferry

Please note that currently there is no public transport directly serving the ferry terminal on the Portsmouth side. Bus services 15 and 16 are suspended due to the measures required in response to the pandemic.

The Hayling ferry operates between Ferry Point at the south west corner of Hayling Island, linking to Eastney in Portsmouth.

It operates daily at regular intervals with a crossing time of only 5 minutes, and can save you a long drive into Portsmouth via Havant.