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Mereoak park & ride barrier - in operation from 3 Sept

11 months ago Wed 29th Aug 2018

The Mereoak park & ride site will have the automated barrier in operation from Monday 3 September. 

This means that customers must ensure that they have the correct ticket or have purchased a parking ticket to allow them to exit the site.

The fares are below and all include parking unless stated. 

how to exit

When you have bought a bus ticket that includes parking (or the parking ticket itself), you will see a QR code on it. Simply scan this at the barrier to exit! Make sure you keep your tickets safe as you will need a clear QR code for it to be able to scan.

fares

parking

The parking charge at the Mereoak site is just £1 per day. You can buy a separate parking ticket from the machines or from the bus driver. This £1 fee applies to everyone who is parking at the site, including concessionary pass holders.

buy from the driver

   single  day return  all day
 adult  £2*  £4.50  £5
 Boost (18 & under)  £1.30*  £2.00*  £2.50*
*does not include parking

greensaver 12 

A paper ticket with 12 single trips bought in bulk. £20. This ticket does not include parking.

special offers - include parking

2 together

Buy before 9.30am Monday to Friday only. Valid for two people with one car for only £6.

family 5

Buy after 9.30am Monday to Friday and all day Saturday just £5.50. Valid for up to 5 people maximum 3 adults.

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