Bus Fares, Passes and Permits
Helping you pick the best ticket for your travel in Nottingham.
This information has been designed to help you pick the ticket that is best for you. It brings together tickets from all the major bus and tram operators in one easy to use section.
We hope you find it useful and welcome any comments you have about it, our e-mail address is email@example.com
To help you choose the right ticket for your journey we have different pages, according to the type of traveller you are.
- Concessionary travel passes
All the information about Senior Citycards and Mobility Citycards, how to apply for a Senior Citycard and a Mobility Citycard, download an application form etc
- Single Tickets- these are great if you are making a one way journey or are unsure if you will be using the bus or tram to return
- £1 add on- a great benefit if you regularly travel into Nottingham on a trent barton bus and need to transfer onto a Citylink 1, Citylink 2 or Unilink
- Kangaroo, Return and Day tickets- If you are making a return journey or are using more than one bus or tram, these tickets are for you. Often purchasing a day ticket can be cheaper than buying two single tickets.
- Multi trip ticket- Multi trip tickets are like buying single tickets, but in bulk, with the savings that this brings
- Season Tickets- If you use the bus or tram regularly (3 or more days a week) then purchasing a season ticket may well be for you. There is a selection of different tickets that are available for a range of different time periods.
- Children's tickets- a range of tickets available at a discount for children under 16 years of age.
- School transport and passes- school passes and contact details
- Paying for your ticket- details on how to pay
- Care of your ticket- your ticket may be checked whilst you are travelling
- What if I lose my ticket - Information on who to contact