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Transport

Traveling to Bicton College

We make sure travelling to Bicton college is as simple as possible, to achieve this we have an extensive route network covering Devon.

Our services run on fixed routes along main roads in Devon

  • Dawlish
  • Teignmouth
  • Newton Abbot
  • Kingsteignton
  • Chudleigh
  • Tiverton
  • Cullompton
  • Broadclyst
  • Axminster
  • Honiton
  • Ottery St Mary
  • Lyme Regis
  • Seaton
  • Sidmouth
  • Crediton
  • Exeter

*Please note this information is subject to review and change and dependent upon local government authority policy changes. We will endeavour to keep this information as up-to-date as possible. If you have any queries about specific details, please do get in touch.

Bicton College Transport map

If you are applying for a SEN taxi and live in Devon, please apply to Devon Council.

BIC021 Lyme Regis – Bicton


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BIC023 Tiverton – Bicton


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BIC024 Crediton – Bicton


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BIC025 Torquay – Bicton


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BIC026 Dawlish – Bicton


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BIC022 Musbury – Bicton


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Bursary Assistance

If your Household Income was below £31,000 for the 2019/20 tax year, funding for a bus pass may be available via our 16-18 (and 19-25 with an EHCP) Bursary Funds:

16 – 18 Transport & Access to Education Bursary.

This bursary is to financially support 16 – 18 (19 – 25 with an Educational Health Care Plan) learners with a household income of less than £21,000 for the financial year 2019 / 20, or those who fulfil the eligibility criteria below.
• Child in Care
• Care Leaver
• Young person 16 – 18 in receipt of Income Support / Universal Credit in your own right
• Young Person 16 – 18 in receipt of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP) AND Employment Support Allowance (ESA) / Universal Credit in your own right

Apply for the 16-18 Transport Bursary Application

16 – 18 Transport Bursary.

This travel bursary is to financially support learners aged 16 – 18 (and 19 – 25 with an Educational Health Care Plan) with a household income of between £21,001 and £31,000 for the financial year 2019 / 20.

Apply for the 16-18 Transport Bursary Application

If you are studying an apprenticeship you can still apply for a travel pass but are unable to apply for bursary funding support

If you are unable to complete this application online, please call 0330 123 2523 and we can support you.

19+ FE Bursary Fund

If your Household Income was below £31,000 for the 2019/2020 tax year, funding for the full cost of a travel pass may be available via our 19+ Bursary Fund.

Apply for the 19+ Bursary Application Form 2020/2021

If you are unable to complete this application online, please call 0330 123 2523 and we can support you.

*Please note this information is subject to review and change and dependent upon local government authority policy changes. We will endeavour to keep this information as up-to-date as possible. If you have any queries about specific details, please do get in touch.