Fares & Tickets
Linkbus fares are valid for travel on Centrelink, Ecolink, Medilink, Locallink and Worklink services.
Linkbus fares information
||U19 & Students
|Linkbus Day Ticket
|Robin Hood Day Ticket (multi operator)
|P&R Group Day Ticket*
* Group = up to 5 people travelling together, any combination of adults and children (minimum 1 adult)
University Students and University staff with a valid University ID may travel for free on any linkbus service, just show the driver your ID when boarding the bus.
Only NUH Hospital staff are permitted to travel free of charge on the Medilink service, all other NHS staff boarding the bus must pay the appropriate fare. NUH Staff are also reminded that if they fail to show their appropriate pass, then they will have to pay the appropriate fare.
Robin Hood PAYG Cards
To get your first Pay-as-you-go card just pop along to any of the on-street ticket machines near your bus stops, (for a map of where all the onstreet ticket machines are located, click here). Follow the on-screen instructions and your card will be ready and activated for travel. PAYG offers you discounted travel compared to a cash ticket, for example a single trip on a linkbus with PAYG is only £1.00, but using cash it is £1.20!
Robin Hood Season Cards
If you travel regularly on several different operators, a Robin Hood season card might be a better fit for you. For more information on Adult, U19 and Student options, please visit robinhoodnetwork.co.uk/season
The Robin Hood family of Cards and Tickets
There is a range of Robin Hood travel cards and tickets, check out which option is best for you using the fare calculator
Concessionary cards are valid on all linkbus services (as per scheme conditions).
Concessionary cards are also valid for travel at Queens Drive P&R for the Centrelink and Medilink services, Racecourse P&R for the Ecolink service and Wilkinson Street P&R for the Medilink service.
For more information about concessionary cards - how to apply for one, what to do if you have lost your concessionary card, what the scheme conditions are and the age you become eligable for one.
Note: Due to fraud issues, Mango and Easyrider cards are no longer be accepted on Locallink services. This change came into effect from 23 April 2018.