East Yorkshire is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy when you use our services.
The data controller is:
East Yorkshire whose registered office is 252 Anlaby Road, Hull, HU3 2RS. East Yorkshire Motor Services is registered in England and Wales as company number 216628.
Our Data Protection Manager is:
Ben Gilligan, Area Director, 252 Anlaby Road, Hull, HU3 2RS or email@example.com
You can contact the Group Data Protection Officer as follows:
In writing to, The Go-Ahead Group plc, 4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9HQ or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about the Data Protection Act can be found on the Information Commissioners Website https://ico.org.uk/
The Information Commissioner is our regulator for data protection matters.
We may collect and process information about you when you: buy tickets, travel on our services; visit our bus stations; use our website, smartcards, apps or Wifi; buy a product from us or make a sales enquiry; contact Customer Advisors or Travel Centre staff, enter a competition or sign up to receive updates or marketing or contact us.
We collect information such as your contact details, ticket purchases, bus stops visited (for example for charging the correct fares on smartcards), payment and refund details. We may require additional details for some services, such as photographs for ID, or your age for age restricted tickets. This information is generally provided by you.
Sometimes we obtain details from third parties, for example on acquiring a bus company or for delivery of a contract.
We will only use the information you provide as permitted by the Data Protection Law. Depending on how you contact us, use our services, the consent you have given, our legitimate interests, or legal obligations we may have, this will include:
We are part of a Group of Companies and share administrative services and support. Your data may therefore be shared with them. We may also be required to pass certain customer data to a successor business, local authority or Department of Transport.
Running our business and Group businesses, (in a safe and socially and environmentally responsible manner, efficiently, to provide sustainable and high quality, locally focused passenger transport services, improve and expand our services, be a leading employer in the transport sector, investing in and developing our colleagues, operating with financial discipline to provide shareholder value, provide and improve customer services)
We will only share or disclose your information as set out in this Policy or in accordance with Data Protection Law and will obtain your consent where we are required to do so. We will only use third parties to process information where we are satisfied that they comply with these standards and can keep your data secure. We may share or disclose information for the following reasons:
You can find out more below about the information we collect and how we use, share or disclose it.
Our CCTV is used to capture, record and monitor sound and images of what takes place at our bus depots and on the inside and outside of our buses in real time.
Depending on the type of camera, images are recorded on video tape (analogue) or as digital information. Cameras can be fixed or set to scan an area. In some circumstances, they can be operated remotely by controllers.
We operate CCTV for the following purposes:
We operate cameras at the depots we manage and on most of the buses that we run.
CCTV footage at bus stations and on bus is generally held for a maximum of 31 days from the time of recording. Buses- the CCTV footage on buses is recorded over on a continual basis and therefore footage is retained for an average of 7-21 days before it is overwritten.
You can request copies of images or footage of yourself by making a subject access request. The Subject Access Request section on this site explains the information you will need to provide.
At our discretion, we may disclose personal data in response to valid requests from the police and other statutory law enforcement agencies.
Before we authorise any disclosure, the police have to demonstrate that the personal data is necessary to assist them in the prevention or detection of a specific crime, or in the apprehension or prosecution of an offender.
Requests from the police are dealt with on a case-by-case basis to ensure that any such disclosure is lawful in accordance with the Data Protection Law.
We may also disclose personal data to third parties, if required to by law or it is necessary for a legitimate purpose such as defending or bringing legal action. Where we operate specific school, services subsidised by schools or local government, we share CCTV with the relevant school for the health and safety of students and our employees as well as prevention and management of anti-social behaviour. Data Protection Law allows us to do this where the request is supported by:
Legitimate interest would include requests such as defending or making a legal claim, such as to insurers following a vehicle collision. When we are not required to provide CCTV, we will take into account the circumstances and any potential harm to individuals, we may also charge an administration fee and seek indemnity for any use beyond which it is requested.
We operate our CCTV systems in compliance with the CCTV Code of Practice issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office in 2014. The Code describes best practice standards which should be followed by organisations operating devices which view or record images of individuals. It also covers other information derived from those images that relates to individuals.
This section shows the information we collect when you use our website. Before providing us with your details, please read the following important information regarding:
We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Law.
The details you provide about yourself and any other information which identifies you (‘Personal Information’) is held by on this website (the "Site") for operational purposes, for example member registration or processing payments. We may also use your Personal Information to personalise your experience on the Site by informing you of new products or services that we may think are of interest to you.
East Yorkshire gathers general information about users, for example, what services users access the most and which areas of the site are most frequently visited. Such data is used in the aggregate to help us to understand how the site and apps are used. We gather this information so that we can continue to improve and develop our services to benefit of our users. We may make this aggregated information available to users of the site and also to auditors. These statistics are anonymous.
When you register with us, set up a travel alert, enter a competition, or buy a ticket, we ask for personal information such as your name, contact details, and other details. Once you register with and accept our Terms & Conditions, you are not anonymous to us. We may use information that you provide to alert you to our own products and services. We may contact you regarding site changes or changes to the products or services that you use.
If you buy a ticket online, we will record your personal details and send you a confirmation email. Your personal data will be used principally to communicate with you with reference to your request.
You may opt-in to receive newsletters, exclusive discounts, special offers and other marketing emails from. You may unsubscribe at any time by contacting us. Please note changes to your preferences can take up to 14 days to take effect.
Contact us to unsubscribe by using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our email newsletters, by writing to the Customer Services Team at East Yorkshire, 252, Anlaby Road, Hull, HU3 2RS or by contacting us.
A cookie is a small piece of information that is sent to your browser when you access a website. Cookies contain information about your visits to that website and the purpose of cookies is to enable our websites to remember you, and your browsing habits, when you visit it again in the future.
Access to our database containing personal information on registered users of the site is restricted. In order to increase security we ask you to input a password when you register as a user of the site. Please keep this password secret. In addition, we encrypt your financial information using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) technology so that no one else can access your credit card details as they travel through the Internet. SSL is certified by Verisign and is recognised as a secure way to pay on-line. As you may be aware, no data transmission over the Internet can be entirely secure. As a result, while we will always use reasonable endeavours to protect the personal information you provide to us, we cannot guarantee the security of your information and the use of our facilities (e.g. e-mail) is at your own risk. If you have any questions about paying for your ticket through the Site, please contact Customer Relations.
When you buy annual passes/season ticket valid for one week or more, we keep a record of this on a database. We may ask for and keep the following details:
We use this information for contractual obligations, customer Service and administration, customer research, marketing and fraud prevention.
We will only send you information about offers and promotions if you chose to receive it and you can change your marketing preferences at any time. We will not pass your personal information to any other organisation outside of our Group of Companies (and Successor business or Secretary of State for Transport) for marketing purposes without your prior consent.
If you have agreed to receive information for survey or research purposes, we may share your contact details with a limited number of parties, but only for the reasons you have agreed to.
We may collect a range of personal detail during the course of revenue protection activity. This may include name, address, proof of ID, journey details, payment details, personal descriptions and other information you provide to support an appeal.
We only use this information for the administration of the penalty fares scheme, collection of unpaid fares, fraud prevention and the prosecution of travel offences.
We may share your correspondence with:
We collect your information and comments when you contact us by letter, email, web form, phone or social media.
We may hold your name, address, email address, phone number, social media name, ticket details, our correspondence with you, the compensation claims you have made and payment made by us, proof of journey or other supporting information you may provide.
To ensure that we carry have an accurate record of dealings between us (and for training purposes) we may, in certain circumstances, record or monitor telephone calls, however you will always be told when this happens.
This information is used for administration of correspondence or processing claims you have made, such as delay repay as well as for fraud prevention purposes. We also use it to respond to complaints.
We may also share information with other Bus Operating Companies, or under interoperable tickets for the purpose of fraud prevention. We will only do this where there is a formal data sharing agreement is in place, or where an ad hoc request is received this will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis to ensure that any such disclosure is lawful in accordance with Data Protection Law.
The information that we collect from you will only be stored in the UK or a country which Data Protection Law deems provides an adequate level of protection (“permitted countries”) or, where it is necessary to disclose it to our processors located outside the permitted countries , other jurisdictions where appropriate legal and security safeguards are in place. Please contact the Data Protection Officer if you wish to find out more about the safeguards.
We use a range of technical and organisational measures to safeguard access to and use of, your personal information and to ensure it retains its integrity and availability. These include structured access controls to systems, network protection, intrusion detection, physical access controls and staff training. We also consider anonymising or pseudonymising personal data where practical.
To prevent marketing to you, you have the right to ask us not to process your personal information for marketing purposes. We will usually inform you before collecting your information if we intend to use or disclose it for such purposes. If you do not want us to use your information for marketing purposes either:
It is possible that you may receive a pre-scheduled communication whilst your request is being processed as this can take several days.
If you have any other objections to how we are using your personal data please contact our data protection manager.
You are entitled to request a copy of the personal information we hold about you.
Please contact Customer Services on 01482 59 29 29.
We may need to ask for some further information, such as checking who you are. Our Customer Services team may email you a form, which will help us deal with your request more efficiently.
Please let us know if you want to receive the information electronically.
We aim to get the information to you without undue delay and within 30 days. If we have any trouble with this timeframe we will let you know within 30 days and explain what the problem is. Sometimes we may hold information that we don’t have to provide, for example it would prejudice a police investigation or contains someone else’s personal data.
In most cases we provide the copy of your data to you for free.
If you believe the information we hold about you is inaccurate or incomplete you can contact us and ask us to correct it. You may also request any data processing we are carrying out on your data is halted whilst a request for rectification or objection or a dispute over the lawfulness of processing is being considered.
We will provide a response confirming the action we have taken or disagree with taking within 30 days, or provide a response within 30 days if the matter is complex and a further time is needed.
This is also known as the “right to be forgotten”, you can request deletion or removal of personal information in some circumstances, such as where there is no compelling reason for its continued processing.
We will provide a response to you without undue delay and within 30 days, confirming whether/what personal data we have deleted and/or explaining why we don’t agree that some data does not need to be deleted.
If we relied on consent as the ground for processing your personal data, you can withdraw this consent at any time. It does not affect the processing carried out beforehand. You can withdraw consent by contacting Customer Services on 01482 59 29 29 or email using our web form. Where you have consented to receive direct marketing communications, you can withdraw your agreement at any time, as above or where available updating your preference centre or clicking on the appropriate link in the communication.
We will comply with your request without undue delay and within 30 days.
You also have a right to request that no further processing takes place in relation to some grounds of processing, such as for direct marketing.
We will respond to your request without undue delay and within 30 days, confirming the action we will or won’t take.
Where you have provided us with personal data and the reasons we are processing it are based on consent or our contract with you, and the processing is automated, you have a right to ask for that information be provided to you or another data controller in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. The right may be restricted if it is not practical for us to provide the information in this way or it adversely the rights of others.
If we are able to provide your personal data in this way, we will do so in 30 days or we will let you know within 30 days if we require more time or there are any issues with carrying out the request.
We target some of our marketing and service communications so that they are more relevant to you, based on the type of ticket(s) you bought and your location/travel destinations. We will try and make the communications compatible with the device you are using.
We will try to deal with your request without undue delay and at least within 30 days. In exceptional circumstances, we may need to extend the time to respond fully, if the request is particularly complex or there are multiple requests. But we will let you know within 30 days.
We are not able to charge you a fee for dealing with rights requests, unless they are manifestly unfounded or excessive or in circumstances where copies have been provided previously. We would always let you know if we thought this was the case, so that you can make a decision about what you wanted to do next.
There are various limitations and exemptions in relation to the exercise of rights in Data Protection Law - for example if it would affect another’s rights and freedoms or if we need to retain the information to make or defend a legal claim. We intend only to rely on limitations and exemptions where it is fair to do so and always bearing in mind that it is your personal data.
If we don’t respond to within 30 days of your request or you are not happy with our response you can lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner Office or issue legal proceedings against us.
We also have a complaints policy. If you are not happy with the way in which we deal with your data or have dealt with a rights request, then please us know. Our Data Protection Managers are the first point of contact for dealing with Rights Requests and complaints and they are assisted by Customer Services. If you are not satisfied with the way in which they have handled your complaint or rights request then you can contact the Group Data Protection Officer , at The Go-Ahead Group plc, 4 Matthew Parker Street, London, SW1H 9HQ or by email to email@example.com.
If you are not satisfied with the response you can complain to the ICO. Their contact details are
Information Commissioner's Office
Tel: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 if you prefer to use a national rate number
Fax: 01625 524 510
You also have the right to seek a judicial remedy, issue legal proceedings against us.
We generally retain personal data for around 6 months after the legal limitation periods in which claims can be brought or industry recommended periods. We would also retain information if we are under a legal or regulatory requirement to do so.
We may also keep your personal data for the purposes of our legitimate interests in running our Group businesses, including anonymising or pseudonymising data for analysis.
Identifiable data is kept for around 3 years for marketing.
We may occasionally update this statement.