01 December 2010

Park and Ride Un-peaked

Changes to Plymouth Park & Ride fares from Monday 29 November 2010
From Monday 29 November we will be removing all peak fares from the PR1 and PR2 services so the same price will apply all day. In addition to this we are making some revisions to the fares on both services, as follows:
PR1 - from The George
Adult single to City Centre £2.20 Adult return to City Centre £2.40
Adult 10 journey £20.00
Family (max 5 people, no more than 2 adults)£4.60
Single to Windsor House £1.20
Return to Windsor House £1.70
Adult single to Milehouse £1.50
Adult return to Milehouse £1.90


PR1 - from Milehouse
Adult single to City Centre £1.20 Adult return to City Centre £1.70
Adult 10 journey £15.50
Family (max 5 people, no more than 2 adults)£3.80
Single to Windsor House £1.20
Return to Windsor House £1.70
Adult single to The George £1.50
Adult return to The George £1.90


PR2 Coypool
Adult single to City Centre £1.90
Adult return to City Centre £2.00
Adult 10 journey £18.50
Family (max 5 people, no more than 2 adults £4.20
Source
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