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The site is situated on the eastern approach to Swansea on Fabian Way, straddling the boundary between Neath Port Talbot and Swansea. The address is:
There is parking for 600 cars at the Bay Campus including staff parking, disabled spaces, 100 pay and display spaces and parking for visitors to the Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Staff Permits allow staff to park on both campuses.
There is a controlled parking zone in Elba Crescent and Baldwin’s Crescent to avoid overspill parking.
As has been longstanding University policy, there is no parking for students on either campus. However, parking for students is available at the Swansea City Council recreational ground at Singleton and the Fabian Way ‘park and ride’ facility for the Bay Campus, where students can connect with a bus to the Bay Campus and Singleton Park Campus. Students with disabilities will be able to park on campus – such cases will be dealt with on a case by case basis.
Visitors are welcome at both of our campuses. There are 100 pay and display spaces at the Bay Campus, current costs (July 2016) are from £1.50 for 2 hours, £2.50 for 4 hours, £3.50 for all day.
Please note that the University operates an automatic number recognition system and that if visitors park in the visitor car park they must display a pay and display ticket or they may receive an automatic fine.
If you want to cycle to the Bay Campus there is cycle parking adjacent to the academic buildings as well as by the halls of residence. Students and staff are also able to use the Bay Cycles loan scheme from both Singleton and the Bay campuses. Improvements are being made to National Cycle Route 4 which links the two Campuses and in particular a dedicated cycle entrance onto the campus. Between the two campuses takes 25-30 minutes and about 15 minutes from the town centre. More information about cycling in Swansea.
Buses run from 06.30-23.30 weekdays during term- time. There is a bus every 12 minutes during peak times. Buses will run until 02.00 on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights.
For more information on bus travel around Swansea and timetabling please visit the First Cymru website
Swansea University and First Cymru have negotiated a new ticket for both staff and students for the ‘Swansea City’ area. This means that an academic year bus pass for staff and students travelling within Swansea and between the campuses will cost just £300 in 2015-16
Tickets can be purchased from the Travel Shop in Fulton House or via the First Cymru ‘mTickets’ app (available to download from Google Play or App Store). There will be a monthly payment mechanism available for staff via the University.