The cost of catching a Preston Bus service is set to rise from the August Bank Holiday weekend.Advertisement
Most of the standard adult fares and child fares are going up by 10p.
Day, week and monthly passes are all increasing too and a family ticket will also cost more.
Preston Bus also says its child EasiDay ticket, costing £3, is to become standard and be introduced from Monday 3 September.
Adult single fares rise to £1.80 or £2.00 depending on the journey, an increase of 10p. The minimum adult fare is unchanged at £1.50.
For children the flat fare will be £1.40, a rise of 10p.
For day passes the price for an adult rises to £4.00 (from £3.90) and for a child the new ticket is £3.
A weekly pass for an adult is £13, up from £12.50 and for a child it is £10.50 up from £10.
A monthly pass for an adult is £45, up from £44, and for a child it is £35, up from £34.
For an adult day return ticket, this is unchanged at £3.70.
A family day pass is increasing from £5.70 to £6.
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Blog Preston has approached Preston Bus for a comment about why the fares are increasing, but received no response by time of publication.
The bus firm, which is owned and operated by Rotala, announced wide-ranging changes to its timetables from September with a number of routes seeing a shortening to where they run.