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06 Mar 2015
Five to fifteen year olds living within Kilmarnock will now benefit from a new value ticket to make travelling more affordable.
From today, Stagecoach West Scotland has launched its new Wee Megarider ticket which is valid for travel within the current Kilmarnock megarider boundary of Kilmarnock town, Crosshouse Hospital, Moorfield Industrial Estate, Rowallan Road, Caprington Gates, Drumleyhill and Hurlford.
Costing only £5 the ticket is valid for 7 days and offers unlimited travel across Kilmarnock. Stagecoach, which has been independently assessed as offering the lowest fares of any major bus operator in the UK, carries more than 30 million passengers a year on its bus services in the West of Scotland. Emma McNae, Marketing Manager, Stagecoach West Scotland said:
“We are delighted to introduce our new Wee Megarider ticket which offers value for money for our younger customers. Five to fifteen year olds can now travel within our Kilmarnock town network for less than £1 per day.”