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Fares are frozen across Cumbria and North Lancashire

Passengers can continue to enjoy all day travel at great value prices following the announcement that Stagecoach Cumbria and North Lancashire are freezing fares for 2016!

This means that there will be no change to any single and return tickets, dayrider and megarider tickets sold on bus, online or through Travel Shops.

That's great news for passengers as you can continue to enjoy all day travel, 7 days a week and still save money.  The biggest savings can be found online and  with megarider Xtra, you get the best value for money when travelling on our buses. 

Thinking of travelling by bus? Plan your journey using our handy journey planner below and discover just how much you can save.

Are you under 19? 

The £2 dayrider for travel in local dayrider zones is here to stay (£1.50 in Kendal) and for those that want toescape all day and travel further, Stagecoach have just the ticket. 

From Sunday 24th April, a new £4 dayrider plus is available to young people in Carlisle, Barrow and Lancaster (Lancashire dayrider zone) and a  £3 dayrider plus   for those travelling in West Cumbria.   Find out about our under 19's tickets here


We have  been independently assessed three times as offering the lowest fares of any major bus operator in the UK and are working hard to invest in our services, adding new buses to our fleet and providing better customer information.  If you have any thoughts or suggestions then let us know  - email us  at cumbrianorthlancs.enquiries@stagecoachbus.com or if you're on social media then  tweet us @StagecoachCNL.