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Getting around: man on a bus

Transport options

Depending on how far you are travelling, you may need to consider an option other than walking, cycling or rollerblading. Planning your trip ahead of time this can help to reduce stress.

Public transport

If public transport options are available to you, try using apps like TripGo (iOS and android) or NextThere (iOS) to help you plan your trip and track local network timetables.

Rideshare services

If you prefer to drive but don’t have access to your own vehicle, services like Car Next Door allow you to rent a car in your neighbourhood by the hour or day.

Alternatively, apps like Uber (iOS and android) and Ola (iOS and android) let you book rides for a taxi-like experience at a slightly lower cost.

Last updated: 4 October, 2019
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