Getting About

By Road

Suffolk is very accessible by road. The A12, A14, A11 and A140 provide the main routes across the county. The scenic A1120 Tourist Route connects Stowmarket and Yoxford along winding roads and past numerous visitor attractions through picturesque Saxsted and Peasenhall.


Public Transport 

If travelling around Suffolk, leave the car at home and use public transport instead. The Suffolk On Board website has all the information you need to plan a day out.

There are very good public transport links throughout Suffolk and you can easily reach most of the county by bus or train.

For details of all train services visit the Greater Anglia website. The East Suffolk Line website has details on train services and stations between Ipswich and Lowestoft, and walks from Trimley and Felixstowe stations.



The Suffolk on Board website also has all bus timetables for the county, and information on the National Free Bus pass.

If you know where you want to travel to and from using public transport the Travel Line East Anglia website can help you plan your journey.


Community Transport

In addition to bus and train services there are also a number of bookable community taxi-bus services available. These can enable you to reach some of the most popular parts of Suffolk not covered by timetabled buses and trains.

The Coastal Accessible Transport Service (CATS) is a Suffolk Community Transport Operator based in Leiston and working throughout the coastal Suffolk area between the Deben and Blyth estuaries.

Suffolk Links Demand Responsive Transport (DRT) is a service which provides connections to bus and train links in various rural areas throughout Suffolk.

Diss and District Bordahoppa serves the north of the county in the Diss, Eye, Stradbroke and Harleston area.