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12 Sep 2019
The extension of the zone offers Stagecoach customers reduced fares, enabling them to save £2.50 on a daily Explorer ticket and £9.00 on a weekly Explorer ticket.
Passengers will be able to travel all around the PlymouthDayrider Plus Zone for just £5.80 a day. Weekly travel is £21.00 and groups of up to 5 people will be able to travel for £11.60.
Stagecoach South West Commercial Director, Karen Hodder said: “I am delighted to be able to offer residents of Bere Alston and Bere Ferrers the opportunity to take advantage of this extended zone, aiding onward travel across the city.”
This extension also offers great value fares for school and college students with Plymouth Plus Termrider tickets, allowing travel from just £2.55 per school day across the school term. With the benefit of unlimited travel within the Plymouth Dayrider Plus Zone over the weekend.