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You can add unlimited bus and tram travel to your train ticket with PlusBus


If you want to continue your train journey via bus or tram, get PlusBus.

What is PlusBus?

PlusBus is a bus and tram pass that is valid with your train ticket. It gives unlimited travel and can be used on most or all operator’s services around the whole town or city you are travelling to. You can also buy PlusBus for the start of your journey to get to the station and, as there are no time restrictions, you can hop on and hop off as much as you like, all day. 

PlusBus can be added to most types of train tickets, including singles, returns and Season tickets, but is not available with train tickets between 2 stations in the same PlusBus area.

How much does PlusBus cost?

PlusBus day tickets start from £2.50. You can find detailed information on prices and more on the PlusBus website.

Can I get a discount on PlusBus?

Yes. If you are under 16 you can get 50% off day ticket prices. Alternatively, you can get 1/3 off PlusBus day ticket prices with one of the following Railcards:

Find out more about our Railcards.

Where does PlusBus operate?

PlusBus is available in over 280 towns and cities across Britain. Check the map of where PlusBus is available or search on the PlusBus website.

How do I buy a PlusBus ticket?

You can buy PlusBus at the same time as buying your train ticket at any staffed National Rail station ticket office, online, and from most self-service ticket machines.

Can I add PlusBus to my Season ticket?

Yes you can. PlusBus Season tickets are available for nearly all PlusBus served towns and cities across Britain. You can get them for 7 days, 1 month, 3 months or 1 year, to match your rail Season ticket.

Further information on PlusBus

Full details can be found on the PlusBus website.