What Kinds Of Bus Tickets Can I Get In Glasgow City And The Greater Area?


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Glasgow City is surrounded by a number of counties including North and South Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire, to name but a few.
The most common and frequently used mode of transport in and out of the city is the bus. The bulk of the bus services are run by First Travel.
The bus services can run as frequently as every 3-4 minutes in the densely populated areas of town – which is especially handy during the rush hours. An average wait time for further distances is about fifteen minutes in peak times to half an hour in the early mornings and late evenings.
Bus prices are quite fair and there are a range of tickets.
If you are a senior citizen you get a free bus pass. So that's you sorted!
An all day ticket after 9.30am costs £2.55 for unlimited journeys that day.
The new two trip ticket allows you two journeys for £2.
You can also buy weekly and monthly tickets at a small discount.
The rest of the fares are based on distance. You just have to ask the driver when you step on!

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