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.