NET fares to increase from 28th March

There will be an increase in tram ticket prices on Nottingham Express Transit from Monday 28th March in response to the continued increase in operating costs being experienced by the operating company. Single fares will rise by 20p with a day ticket also going up by 30p.

Andrew Conroy, Chief Operating Officer of Tramlink, explains more on the reasoning behind the increases: “The reason for it is because our costs are going up so massively this year that we have to react accordingly. There are rises in energy costs and so we have to put our costs up. That, along with Covid, has impacted us massively. We are at about 70 percent of our pre-Covid levels. The fare changes are relatively small and we continue to offer competitive fares and a low-cost, low-carbon public transport option for millions of people. We also remain dedicated to working with key organisations and business to ensure we have a range of schemes for those on low incomes and returning to work, NHS and Blue Light workers, as well as schoolchildren and students. We will continue to do all we can to provide an accessible and affordable transport option for Nottingham.”

The new fares in place from 28th March include:

  • Adult Single – £2.70 (increase from £2.50)
  • Adult Day – £4.70 (increase from £4.40)
  • Adult Weekly – £20.00 (increase from £19.00)
  • Adult Monthly – £65.00 (increase from £60.00)
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