The City Ground is well served by direct buses on matchdays. A wide range of direct services run to the stops on Victoria Embankment, County Hall and Radcliffe Road which are all within a five minute walk. Below is a quick reference list of bus fares and frequencies may be useful if you are considering coming to the City Ground by bus on a matchday. A return fare will set you back between £3 and £6 depending on where you are travelling from.LocationBus ServiceBuses per hour (on a matchday)Journey Time (approx)Gamston 5, 7, 90 5 15 mins Flintham 90 1 30 mins East Midlands Airport Skylink 2 35 mins Bingham Bingham Express, X1 6 25 mins Nottingham City Centre 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 22, 90, Bingham Express, Cotgrave Connection, Keyworth Connection, Radcliffe Line, Ruddington Connection>20 10 mins Clifton 1, 2, 3 7 20mins Wilford Ruddington Connection 6 15 mins Wilford Hill 10 4 15 mins West Bridgford 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, Keyworth Connection, Radcliffe Line16 15 mins Ladybay 11 4 10 mins Edwalton 6, Keyworth Connection10 15 mins Radcliffe 90, Radcliffe Line5 20 mins Cotgrave Cotgrave Connection3 25 mins Keyworth Keyworth Connection 4 20 mins Newark 90 1 60 mins Ruddington X9, Ruddington Connection. 10 9 20 mins Loughborough X9 1 55 mins Oakham 19 1 1 hr 20 mins Melton Mowbray 19 1 45 mins Newark-based Forest fans are being offered the chance to leave the car at home on a match-day. The route is: starts from Northgate Station from 9.05am( running every hour) until 9.05pm, the bus will then pick up at the following stops: - Morrison's then through - Farndon village before picking up at - East Stoke, - RAF Newton, - Cropwell Road, - Trent Bridge, - Victoria Embankment, - Midland Station then finally terminating at Mount Street in Nottingham City Centre. For the return journey the bus will leave Mount Street at 5 past the hour picking up 13 minutes past the hour at Trent Bridge. The drop points will be the same as the outgoing journey. The last bus back is at 22.13pm. The fare for using this service is £4 single and £6 return. OAP passes will give you free travel access on weekends and during week matches from 9.30am. If you are coming from the East, West or North of Nottingham city centre, then connecting bus and tram services may also provide an option for getting to the ground by bus and avoiding the worst of the traffic. Bus and Tram Information For up to date local travel information go to www.triptimes.co.uk using a PC or mobile phone internet browser. This is Greater Nottingham's online journey planner and you can use it to work out bus and tram routes that will get you here in time for kick off. You can even get up to the minute, real-time, bus service information by using the stop code you will find marked on each bus stop. You can also get maps, timetables and further information on local bus and tram services at the following websites: - NET (The Tram) - Nottingham City Transport - Trent Barton - SkylinkExclusive discounts on travelling to the match Nottingham Forest and local bus company trent barton are delighted to offer supporters discounted bus tickets with zigzag play – an exclusive discounted bus ticket, valid all day. You save pounds on the cost of bus travel and therefore on car parking and the overall hassle of getting you there and coming back. zigzag play covers all your bus travel all day long – you can use any trent barton bus, changing buses as often as you like. And, if there's up to five of you travelling together (of any age), you'll save even more with a zigzag group play – working out at just £2 each to travel all day long. To get your exclusive, cheap ticket, all you have to do is show your driver your event ticket for that day or evening - it's that easy! Football season tickets will be accepted. For all other trent barton services please click here.