It's no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering on public transport in England, Scotland or Wales. We do encourage you to wear a face covering in crowded spaces, if you can
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07 Feb 2022
This is the first time our fares have changed since January 2020, over two years, and since this time the cost of running trams has risen significantly, even with government funding to keep services running during this time. Like many sectors of the economy, we are seeing significant cost increases, primarily driven by increased energy and staffing costs and the number of people using public transport is still significantly below pre-Covid levels. Fares increases being made are below the annual rate of inflation (RPI).
Stagecoach has consistently delivered some of the lowest ticket prices in the country and we are committed to continuing to keep fares as low as possible for our passengers. Almost all the money received in fares goes towards paying for the day-to-day running of services as well as investing in improvements. The amount of money we receive in fares to keep services running remains significantly below pre-pandemic levels.
Discounts will be continue to be available for tickets bought online or on the app rather than on tram. Flexi-5 tickets also continue to be available (exclusively via the Stagecoach Bus app) to reflect changing travel patterns. These tickets offer five Tram Only DayRiders for the price of four which can be used on any day within a month.
We've also frozen the price of our popular 28 Day and Xtra online tickets, meaning there is no price increase for our most regular customers.
The full table of prices is shown below
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For more details about the TravelMaster range of tickets and price changes, please visit sytravelmaster.com