Most bus ticket pricing is decided by the operators of self-sufficient bus services, which are primarily funded out of the fares paid by passengers to travel on them.
Within the Combined Authority area these commercial bus services, which are over 90% of the journeys operated, are run by Delaine, First Bus, Stagecoach and Whippet. Each operator has a range of single, return and multi-use tickets valid on their services.
You can check bus times using our journey planner.
For information on their bus tickets, please visit the websites below
Other bus services which are subsidised by the Combined Authority are operated by:
In addition the Combined Authority supports a ticket valid on most bus services in the southern part of the Authority Area, called Multibus.
What are Multibus tickets?
The Multibus ticket means that passengers can travel on services run by different operators in Cambridgeshire without having to pay separate fares every time they change bus.
Day tickets cost £8 while a seven-day Multibus costs £33. You can only buy the Multibus ticket from the bus driver.
Cambridgeshire operators who issue and accept this cross county travel ticket include:
- A2B Coaches
- A&P Coaches
- Dews Coaches
- Myalls Coaches
- Stagecoach Cambridgeshire
- Stagecoach in Huntingdon
- Stagecoach in the Fens
- Vectare Limited
- Whippet Coaches
The Multibus ticket is a voluntary scheme and as such some routes are excluded. Multibus tickets are not currently accepted on:
- Stagecoach Busway services
- Stagecoach service 905
- Stagecoach service 11 between Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds
If you have any questions about the Multibus ticket, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are PlusBus tickets?
A Cambridge PlusBus ticket gives you unlimited bus travel on all bus services run by Stagecoach and Whippet (including Guided Busway services), around the whole urban area of Cambridge City. Please visit the PlusBus website for more information
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