Fares revision

Tuesday 14 January 2020

The cost of short hop bus fares in Brighton & Hove have gone down now our new fares are live. 

You now pay £1.90 for many short journeys in the city using cash or contactless, saving up to 30p on old prices.

Many fares have remained frozen, including the £2.20 cash/contactless Centrefare; cash/contactless networkSAVERs; familySAVERs; and Duo and Quattro tickets for two or four adults travelling together. Return tickets from Lewes, Seaford and Newhaven to Brighton are frozen too, at £5.  

Single busID fares stayed at 50p for accompanied children and young people and £1 (unaccompanied) when travelling at weekends, holidays or school day evenings. There’s also an annual child pass available through the company’s partnership with the East Sussex Credit Union, offering a year’s travel in the CitySAVER area for £285. 

There is a small increase of 10p to the on-board fare for longer adult single journeys in the city but passengers can pay less by buying their bus tickets beforehand on the mobile app or key smartcard.

To read our full news story, click here. 

For an overview on changes to our main fares, on the app, the key and on bus, please click here.

You can also view the single and return journeys for each route here. To calculate your fare, find your location, and your destination. The price shown where the row and the column cross is your fare. Prices are shown in pence.