Where is the Park and Ride?
The Park and Ride is situated opposite the Doncaster Race Course on Leger Way. It can be accessed via the aforementioned road, or Town Moor Avenue. The designated car park for this facility is to the far end near to Whitby’s Fish and Chip shop.
The shuttle service
Available for hospital staff, patients and visitors runs between Doncaster Racecourse, Car Park ‘A’ on Leger Way, and at DRI, there are two pick-up points – one outside the Trust’s Gate 4 entrance (nearby Costa Coffee) on Armthorpe Road, and the other on Thorne Road, between the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Fracture Clinic. The service runs Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays) between 5.50am and 10.00pm.
The bus journey normally takes between five and seven minutes. Please allow adequate time to park your vehicle and ride up to the hospital in good time for your appointment. Hospital Security staff are on duty at the Park and Ride car park during operating hours. Click here for the Park & Ride bus timetable (printable version).
The shuttle stop is at the far end of the car park, near to Whitby’s Fish and Chip shop. There is a small platform, with seating next to a sign outlining the time table.
Please note, as per current COVID-19 restrictions, we ask all users of the shuttle to wear an appropriate face covering unless medically exempt.
Pick up point at Doncaster Royal Infirmary
There are two pick-up points at DRI, one outside the Trust’s Gate 4 entrance (nearby Costa Coffee) on Armthorpe Road, and the other on Thorne Road, between the Women’s and Children’s Hospital and Fracture Clinic.
Leaving your vehicle
There is ample room for your vehicle in this car park. Please can we remind visitors, patients and staff to park within the marked bays.
We have lighting available in this area, while security colleagues regularly patrol.
Walking from the Park and Ride to Doncaster Royal Infirmary
When the weather is fine, and if you fancy the exercise, it is perfectly possible to walk from the Park and Ride to Doncaster Royal Infirmary.
The journey, which is just over half a mile will take you between 12 and 15 minutes on foot, and below are the suggested routes you can take.
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