First Bus brings back £1 ticket

West Country bus operator First is to bring back its popular £1 '3 Stop Hop' ticket

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Bristol Mayor backs relaunched bus ticket

I am delighted that First Bus are reintroducing their popular short-hop £1 fare. I hope this bodes well for future announcements about their fare structure following the consultation exercise underway, as I will do anything I can to help make public transport more affordable. The consultation is open until the end of June, and I urge everyone in their city to have their say."

– George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol

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First Bus 'listens' to passengers

The company is relaunching its popular 'Three Stop Hop' ticket on Sunday (12 May).

Passengers will be able to travel short distances of no more than three stops within Bristol's zones 1 and 2 for £1.

The operator says it follows widespread public requests during a week of fare consultation road-show events.

The operator says it follows widespread public requests during a week of fare consultation road-show events.

First Bus is 'reviewing' its fares within the City of Bristol, following a campaign led by a local passenger and the Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson.

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