From Sunday 4th September, people will pay no more than £2 for any single bus journey in West Yorkshire – providing savings of as much as £1.50 on some trips. This will significantly cut the cost of travel for people making journeys over 3 miles, which operates charge at a higher price.
In addition to this, passengers will be able to make unlimited journeys for £4.50 per day with a DaySaver ticket through the MCard app. This represents a saving of almost 20% on the current price!
Return tickets on all First Bus services in Leeds will cost a maximum of £4 and these price caps will apply to First’s Tap on Tap off service too.
You can find out more about the new price caps and tickets available for travel across the region on the West Yorkshire Metro website, by following the link below.