Single Fares

During the Covid-19 emergency, we ask that where possible you try and limit non-essential contact by purchasing digital tickets, allowing contactless travel on our services.

If you do need to pay our teams with cash, we have introduced a flat £1.50 single fare and ask that wherever possible, you use the correct change.

You won't get a paper ticket if you buy a single ticket onboard, so once you've paid the driver just take your seat. This is to help avoid any unnecessary contact.

We've tried to make single fares as simple as possible, that's why there are just 3 adult single fares on trams (£1.90, £2.40 & £2.90) and 4 adult single fares on our buses (£1.50, £1.90, £2.40 & £2.90).

Children aged 5-15 travel for just £1.20 on any single fare journey.

To find out exactly how much your single fare journey will cost just visit the Routes & Maps page, click the route which you wish to use and view the Faretable chart just above the timetable.

Travelling with a dog? Purchase a Rover24 for £1 for unlimited travel for your pooch, otherwise pay 60p for a single trip. Guide dogs and recognised assistance dogs can travel free.

All terms and conditions relating to our single fares can be found within our Conditions of Carriage.

Tickets and Prices

Adult (Bus)

Adult Single (Hop) £1.50
Adult Single (Short Journey) £1.90
Adult Single (Medium Journey) £2.40
Adult Single (Long Journey) £2.90

Adult (Tram)

Adult Single (Hop) £1.90
Adult Single (Medium Journey) £2.40
Adult Single (Long Journey) £2.90

Child (Bus or Tram)

Child Single (Any Journey) £1.20