There are so many great ticket deals available for travel within Greater Nottingham that you’ll be spoilt for choice.
The Robin Hood card is the crème de la crème – use this and not only do you get a whole day’s worth of travel on any bus by any operator (excluding night buses), but you can get on the tram and even some trains with it! Plus, you get access to the Citycard cycle scheme too!
If you are a regular traveller a season ticket makes a lot of sense. Not only do you save time by not having to find small change each time you travel, but because you are buying a set number of journeys (or travel for a set period of time) you will make a cost saving over the price of lots of individual journeys.There are lots of concessionary deals for students, job seekers, under 18s, seniors and customers with reduced mobility. You don’t have to live within the city boundary to get a Citycard.
CentreLink is a free shuttle bus that travels in a loop around the city centre, allowing you to hop on and hop off free of charge. Find out more about times and routes.
MediLink is a free service linking the Queens Medical Centre, City Hospital and Queens Drive Park and Ride. Access times and routes here.
Check Nottingham’s bus operator websites for more information about timetables and up-to-date ticket prices. Below is a list of companies who run bus services in the city:
If you think you’re entitled to a free travel pass (for people who qualify on grounds of age or certain forms of disability) all you have to do is fill out an application form. Forms are available from any City library and Broadmarsh Travel Centre at Broadmarsh Bus Station. For more information call 0115 876 2700 or visit the Citycard website.