How do you use unibus?

How do you use unibus?

  1. Mobile tickets. Purchase mobile tickets securely with a debit/credit card and use when boarding – no more searching for cash!
  2. Live departures. Browse and view bus stops on the map, explore upcoming departures, or check out the Destinations screen and see where you could travel next.
  3. Plan your journey.

What is a DayRider?

A ticket that gives you unlimited travel on the day you buy it. The DayRider is available for purchase all day everyday.

How does the Metrobus key work?

The key website will be able to confirm your purchase after it has been made and you will be able to view this in your purchase history. When you use your key on the bus the smart card reader will beep and show you a green light. This confirms that your ticket has been loaded onto your key and is valid for travel.

How do you use a bus key?

Simply place your key on the bus reader – and wait for the green light and a beep. There is no need to “swipe out” at the end of your journey. During the COVID-19 pandemic, key workers and those making essential journeys can still top up their key cards online as normal.

How much is a one day travel card?

Daily prices

Type Day Anytime Price Off-Peak Day Price
Adult Zones 1-2 £7.70 £7.70
Adult Zones 1-3 £9.00 £9.00
Adult Zones 1-4 £11.00 £11.00
Adult Zones 1-5 £13.10 £13.10

How much is a child single bus ticket UK?

Valid on: Or travel all day on all public transport for just £1.10 with an Under 16 Child All-day Ticket (U16 CAT). You’ll need to show your Under 16 Pop card to buy a U16 CAT.

How do I top up my Metrobus key card?

When buying online you can also pay via PayPal. You can top up your key card at our travel shops in Crawley and Redhill Bus Stations and at Gatwick South Terminal (currently closed). If you buy tickets at the travel shops then they are ready to use immediately.

What is key go?

keyGo is a product which can be added to a Southern Railway key card and used for Pay As You Go journeys on most Southern, Gatwick Express, Thameslink and Great Northern train services.

Is it cheaper to buy a Travelcard or use contactless?

As a general rule a Travelcard is more expensive than an Oyster card or Contactless payment card. The exception is if you make 3 or more journeys for 6 days or more within a 7 day period. In this case a 7 day Travelcard works out cheaper than an Oyster or Contactless payment card.

Is it cheaper to use an Oyster card?

The Oyster Card is a magnetic rechargeable plastic card valid for all of London’s public transport. It not only simplifies the payment system, but it is also cheaper than paying for a single journey ticket every time you ride the Underground, bus, DLR or Overground.

What age can a child travel alone on a bus UK?

Who is eligible for the Program for Children Travelling Alone? The program is designed for children 8 to 12 years old inclusively travelling alone in the intercity public transport network. Children under 8 years of age may not travel alone and must be accompanied by a person of at least 14 years of age.