When you get onto the bus please tell the driver where you’re travelling to, and what sort of ticket you want. A single ticket will give you a one-way journey, a day return allows you to go there and back in one day. We also have weekly tickets available, which give you seven days of travel. Please visit our section on Fares and Tickets for more details.
Wherever possible, please have the correct money for your fare, as this reduces the amount of time the bus has to spend at your stop, and helps keep the service on time. However, we do give change, when available, and you can also pay using your contactless card or Google Pay/Apple Pay on all our buses. If you’re using a pass, such as a concessionary pass, place it on the ‘target’ on the driver’s ticket machine. Make sure it’s the right way up, so the driver can see your photo. If you're using a ticket bought on the East Yorkshire Buses app, please have the ticket activated and open when you board the bus and scan the QR code on the ticket machine. Ask the driver if you're not sure what to do. Please keep your ticket or pass with you throughout the journey, as you’ll need to show it to an inspector if they board the bus.
Don’t forget that the driver is there to help you, so if you have any questions about the journey, or about where to catch the bus home from, please ask.