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- New fares apply to bus, tram and train tickets.
First Bus offers free travel for Remembrance Day to veterans and military personnel across South Yorkshire and the Midlands
- First Bus is offering free travel for all veterans and UK Armed Forces personnel travelling to Remembrance Day activities on 11th & 12th November
- Veterans and military personnel will get a free return journey by wearing their military uniform or showing the driver their Service ID card
- First Bus has a strong affiliation with the Armed Forces, with many veterans working for the business
- Royal British Legion with its representatives and military personnel were present for a photo call to start their 2023 poppy appeal
First Bus donates two buses to take medical aid across Europe into Ukraine to the cities of Kiev and Lviv
- Two buses donated by First Bus to carry medical aid to Ukraine.
- Wellglade Group donates supplies, parts, and fuel.
Travelmaster 7-day tickets will not be available for purchase on board a bus using the contactless function from 30th July due to excessive fraudulent use
- From 30th July, TravelMaster 7-day tickets will not be available for purchase through the contactless function on board a bus.
- Cash purchases remain valid to purchase a 7-day TravelMaster ticket.
- The change is being made to counter fraudulent activity related to the purchase of this ticket using the contactless payment function.
Government funded £2 flat fare initiative extended to October on bus travel in South Yorkshire, some other fares will change from 28th May
- The Government funded £2 Flat fare remains in place until October.
- Popular 3 in 7, 5 in 7 and 10 journey tickets offer total flexibility for travel.
- New Tap on Tap off ticketing technology big switch on in the summer will simplify payments and can help speed up boarding times, journeys, and reliability, and is flexible and accessible for anyone with a physical digital bank or credit card.
- £300k investment by First South Yorkshire in Tap-on Tap-Off technology to take another important step to pave the way for an all-operator integrated system in the future.