Bus fares, prices and passes
Unfortunately, due to the fact that bus services in Shropshire are run by several different operaters, it is not possible to publish a full list of bus fares on this website.
It is best to contact your bus service operator for details of fares on the service you wish to use. Search for the timetable on the Traveline website to find details of which bus operator runs the service.
Shrewsbury Park and ride service fares, including concessions and multi-trip tickets, can be found here.
Some bus operators offer saver tickets, which allow you to save money if you purchase multiple tickets. These include:
Arriva Midlands saver tickets
Arriva offers reduced priced tickets covering the following periods:
- Day saver
- 4 weekly
Find out more on the Arriva Midlands website or buy tickets online.
Powys 10 trip saver
On buses subsidised by Powys County Council, you can purchase a ten single trip ticket at a reduced cost.
In Shropshire these services include those from Shrewsbury to Montgomery (558), Llanfyllin (74) and Llanidloes (X75).
Combined bus and rail tickets - PlusBus
If you are travelling to larger towns and cities by rail, a PlusBus ticket is your best buy. For a small add-on fee, it includes your train travel and unlimited travel on most bus services in the urban bus network of your destination. PlusBus tickets are available for one day (for your arrival or departure day), with season tickets for seven days, a month, three months and a year. PlusBus tickets are available for Shrewsbury.
Visit the PlusBus website for full details of the PlusBus scheme, and the towns and cities served.
Shropshire Council is responsible for administering the concessionary travel scheme, which offers discounted or free travel on local public transport services for older people, or those with a disability. Find out more.
Free school transport and subsidised student passes
Some pupils are entitiled to free or subsidised travel to school or college. Find out more here.