Public Transport Reimbursement

June 10th 2021

Short term help for local workers and businesses using the St Erth Park and Ride during G7We are offering a public transport reimbursement scheme to employees and workers who need access to the St Ives area for work during the G7 summit.

Access and parking by car will be difficult during this time. This is being offered between 06.00 on Thursday 10 June to 24.00 on Sunday 13 June.

Reimbursement will only be provided for valid public transport tickets. These include car parking at St Erth Park and Ride. The tickets must be submitted by employers who are based within the St Ives town zone shown below. If you cannot view the map please contact using the email on this page.

What you need to do

If you use public transport (including St Erth Park and Ride) to access your workplace during the timeframe specified, please pass your public transport ticket receipt to your employer.

Your employer will be able to reclaim the cost of your travel from the Council.

Make a claim online

The reimbursement will not apply if employees claim direct. It’s really important that you get your employer to do this on your behalf.

Where does this apply

  • Parking reimbursement only applies to the car park at the St Erth station.
  • It covers all public transport use (bus and train) between the specified times.
  • It will apply to public transport use for access that is to anywhere within the town zone area.
  • The reimbursement will only cover public transport trips to St Ives from within Cornwall.

Deadline for claiming

All claims must be with the Council by the 31 July 2021

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