Can I pay by card on reading buses?
contactless. You can use your contactless bank card to pay for bus tickets, as well as your smartphone or your smartwatch, for Apple Pay and Android Pay. Contactless is available on all our buses, so there’s no need to worry about having the right change.
How do you pay on a bus?
There are different ways to pay for your bus fare:
- A contactless payment card to pay as you go.
- An Oyster card with pay as you go credit, Travelcard or Bus & Tram Pass.
- A Visitor Oyster card.
- A Day Travelcard or a One day Bus & Tram Pass.
How do you use reading buses?
Download the app to your phone and purchase them through the app. You can buy tickets in advance and activate them when you are ready to travel, or buy them and activate them right away. You have 1 year to activate a purchased ticket. Plan your journey and get your tickets on the go with the Reading Buses app.
How much does a bus ticket cost?
Bus ticket prices vary by route and carrier, but the average price of a bus ticket on popular routes tends to be between $20 and $50.
How many buses does reading buses have?
Our fleet of 161 buses is very environmentally-friendly and includes 1 battery electric and 60 gas buses, and all of our diesel fleet meets or has been upgraded to meet Euro VI standards, so we’re dramatically improving the air quality for all Reading’s people too.
How do I contact reading buses?
You may contact our customer services team at the Bus Shop in the Broad Street Mall or on 0118 959 4000 if you have any queries or complaints about this policy.
Can you pay by debit card on the bus?
Contactless is a simple and secure way to pay for bus travel without needing cash. … Look for the contactless symbol on your credit, debit or pre-paid cards. Most new cards are issued with this feature, however, if you’re not sure whether your card is contactless enabled please check with your bank or card issuer.
Are dogs allowed on Reading Buses?
Dogs are welcome on all Reading Buses with a Doggy Rover Day Ticket, which allows unlimited travel on our network for your four-legged friend. Guide dogs, hearing for the deaf dogs and accessibility dogs all travel free.
How do you read a UK bus schedule?
To read a bus timetable, look down the left column to find the name of the station you are at. The times that each bus leaves this station are in the same row to the right. Now read downwards from a chosen time to see what time this bus reaches the coming destinations. A bus timetable is written in columns.