Changes To Robin Hood And MANGO Fares
10 March 2017
There are changes to Robin Hood and MANGO fares from Sunday 26 March.

For the past few years, operators have fought to prevent a rise in Robin Hood and MANGO fares, but unfortunately increasing costs have made a price increase necessary.

A single fare tram trip for Robin Hood Pay As You Go travel card holders will rise to £1.80, with the day cap increasing to £3.50. The multi-operator day cap, for use on both buses and trams, will rise to £4.30.

Robin Hood cash and season tickets are also set to change, with the adult cash ticket set to increase to £4.80, whilst the child day ticket will be £2.90. A child day ticket can now be purchased by anyone aged 18 and under.

MANGO users will see the cost of single journeys on the tram increase by 10p to £1.80. The adult day cap will increase by the same amount to £3.80, whilst a 7 day cap will rise by a £1 to £17.

Single fares for Micro MANGO users (aged between 5 – 15) will rise by 10p to 95p, whilst the day cap will remain the same.