- 1 Are busses free in Scotland?
- 2 How do I buy a bus ticket in Scotland?
- 3 How do you pay for the bus in Edinburgh?
- 4 How much are buses in Edinburgh?
- 5 How do I get a free bus in Scotland?
- 6 Can I use my bus pass on the train in Scotland?
- 7 Can I use my free bus pass on Megabus in Scotland?
- 8 How much is a bus ticket from Glasgow to Inverness?
- 9 How much is a fife day rider?
- 10 Can you pay with phone on bus?
- 11 Can you pay cash on Edinburgh buses?
- 12 How much is a single bus fare in Edinburgh?
- 13 Are trams free in Edinburgh?
- 14 Can I use my bus pass on Edinburgh trams?
- 15 What is the best way to get around Edinburgh?
Are busses free in Scotland?
Free Bus Travel Scheme for 5-18 year olds Legislation has been approved by the Scottish Parliament enabling the introduction of a new statutory scheme to allow 5-18 year olds resident in Scotland to access free bus travel through the National Entitlement Card.
How do I buy a bus ticket in Scotland?
You can buy a Rail & City Bus Tour ticket:
- From the ticket office at a staffed station.
- By phone on 0344 811 0141.
- On-train when boarding at a station where there are no booking facilities.
How do you pay for the bus in Edinburgh?
Contactless is the best way to pay for travel on our buses – adult passengers can benefit from discounted daily capping when using TapTapCap. Contactless can also be used to pay for every other type of ticket, so you don’t need to worry about having the correct change.
How much are buses in Edinburgh?
|Family DAYticket All-day travel for up to 2 adults and up to 3 children.||£9.50|
How do I get a free bus in Scotland?
Bus and long-distance coach travel in Scotland. You are eligible for a free bus pass if you’re aged 60 or over. You might also be eligible if you’re under 60 and have a disability. The pass is called a National Entitlement Card.
Can I use my bus pass on the train in Scotland?
The card gives holders free bus travel in Scotland and, through the Strathclyde Concessionary Travel Scheme, reduced fares on trains and Subway in the Strathclyde area. For more information on the National Entitlement Card visit the NEC website and the Transport Scotland website.
Can I use my free bus pass on Megabus in Scotland?
Free concessionary travel with megabus is only available to Scottish National Entitlement Card holders (elderly and disabled persons) and in the case of companion card holders – their companions.
How much is a bus ticket from Glasgow to Inverness?
Glasgow to Inverness Bus Information
|Avg. Bus Duration||4 hours 43 minutes|
|Coach Ticket Price:||£13|
|Buses depart from:||Glasgow|
|Bus arrives in:||Inverness|
How much is a fife day rider?
The One Ticket Fife Zone adult day bus ticket costs £10.60 (from 11th February 2020) and covers most bus operators in Fife and Kinross.
Can you pay with phone on bus?
Using a mobile payment to pay as you go is the same as using a contactless card. You can make mobile payments with devices such as phones, watches, key fobs, stickers or wristbands. You can use different mobile payments to travel on our transport services: Apple Pay.
Can you pay cash on Edinburgh buses?
You can pay for tickets in cash when boarding the bus, by depositing the money in the box next to the driver, but be aware that exact change is required, as the drivers have no access to cash and are unable to give back change.
How much is a single bus fare in Edinburgh?
|Child 5-15 years old||£2.00|
|Young Person Concession with eligible Young Scot card||£3.00|
Are trams free in Edinburgh?
If the answer to both questions is yes, you can travel for free on Edinburgh Trams. Please note, Scottish National Entitlement Cards that do not have City of Edinburgh Council as the issuing Local Authority are not valid on tram services.
Can I use my bus pass on Edinburgh trams?
Can I use my DAYticket on trams? DAYtickets, DAY&NIGHTtickets and Family DAYtickets can be used on Edinburgh Trams, between York Place and Ingliston Park & Ride only, as well as Lothian Buses day services. A Network DAYticket is valid for travel to or from Edinburgh Airport.
What is the best way to get around Edinburgh?
- Walking. One of the best and most enjoyable ways to discover Edinburgh and get around the city is on foot.
- By bike. Edinburgh has a good number of cyclists making use of some great routes as part of the National Cycle Network, both on road and traffic free.
- By bus.
- By tram.
- By taxi.
- By car.
- Other options.