Help and Advice

A range of info and advice concerning your health and well-being including sexual and mental health and safety.

The LUU Nightbus

The LUU Nightbus takes students from the entrance of the Union building to their doorstep. It costs just £1. You can book the Nightbus at the front door of the Union building with the security staff. 

Booking onto the bus is done at the front door with the driver it is advisable to be at the front door at least 10 minutes before the bus you wish to take spaces are limited to 8 passengers per run. The times vary so it is best to check the timetable on the website by downloading it from the link below or picking up a copy at the Helpdesk. You can also get up to date information on the Nightbus on Facebook and Twitter.

our Current Standard time table is below with a downloadable upto date one below aswell 

Please Note Times are Subject to Change or cancellation please check with the front door team 

For further questions and information about the Nightbus, please contact the LUU Helpdesk on 0113 3801 400 or email luuhelpdesk@leeds.ac.uk.

Alternative Transportation

The Nightbus has limited seats so you should plan your alternative way home so as to not leave you stranded. If you book a taxi the LUU Security Team can walk you to your cab as part of our walk safe scheme. We recommend Amber Cars.

If you find yourself stuck without money and unable to get home, Amber Cars will take you home if you hand over your Leeds student card. Give them a call at 0113 2311 366.

Your card will be dropped off at LUU, and you can pick it up and pay your taxi fare when it is convenient. You should go to the LUU finance counter on the first floor (between 10.00am to 4.00pm) to pick up your card and pay your fare.

Getting a taxi is a much safer option than walking, especially if you are on your own and have had a few drinks, so take advantage of this!

For more details about fares, including fares to halls of residence, see the Amber Cars' website here.

Crime Prevention

For more crime prevention and safety information, go to The Knowledge website.

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