Fares on a number of Preston Bus services have seen changes come into force over the Bank Holiday weekend.Advertisement
The price of an adult return has increased by 10p to £3.80 and child single fares have increased by 10p to £1.50.
Preston Bus is also moving to two flat fares, either a £1.60 or a £2 fare.
This means some services are seeing a fall in price from £1.80 to £1.60 while others see a 20p increase from £1.80 to £2.
The £1.60 single fare will operate on
Service 6 – Moor Park
Service 8 – Cromwell Road
Service 14 – Harewood Road
Service 23 – Aqueduct Street to RPH
Service 31 – Aqueduct Street
Service 35 – Water Lane
Service 44 – Aqueduct Street
Service 89 – Riversway, The Pavilions
Prices for an adult day pass are £4.10 and £3.10 for a child.
For weekly tickets an adult is £13.50 and a child is £11
For a 28-day pass it is £46 for an adult and £37 for a child.
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The new prices came into operation from Sunday August 25.
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