Where is the 49 bus stop in Nottingham?
49 (Nottingham City Transport) The first stop of the 49 bus route is Fifth Avenue, Boots and the last stop is Fon-A-Car, Nottingham. 49 (Nottingham) is operational during weekdays.
How do you take the bus to Nottingham?
Single Journeys In the Nottingham Zone: You can pay for a single journey using your smart phone, a Robin Hood Pay as You Go Card, a contactless device (adults) or with cash on the bus (exact fare needed). To pay on your smart phone, download the NCTX Buses app and pay using a debit/credit card, Apple Pay or Google Pay.
What time do buses run till in Nottingham?
Discover the rich history of Nottingham by travelling along one of the City’s longest bus routes. Our NightBus network runs through until 3.15am every Friday and Saturday night and just £2 per trip!
Where does the 77 bus go in London?
77 (London Buses) The first stop of the 77 bus route is Waterloo Station (T) and the last stop is Tooting Station (TT). 77 (Tooting Station) is operational during everyday. Additional information: 77 has 45 stops and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 59 minutes.
How much is a bus ticket?
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. Of course, tickets can be much cheaper or much more expensive in certain cases.
Who owns Nottingham City Transport?
Nottingham City Transport is the major bus operator of the city of Nottingham, England. It is owned by Nottingham City Council (95%) and Transdev (5%).*. This body is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act due to the 5% owned by an organisation which is not a public body.