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Metro and West Yorkshire's bus operators are introducing a new
all-day MetroDay ticket, available from Sunday 4 July.
Costing just £5, the new ticket replaces Metro Bus
DayRover. However unlike the DayRover it is valid before 9.30am, on
any bus in West Yorkshire.
Passengers will be able to buy the new tickets, which will have
MetroDay printed on them, on the bus and no photocard is needed.
Although the tickets will also show the name of the company that
has issued the ticket, they will be valid on all operators'
"MetroDay has been designed to make bus travel easier and more
affordable particularly for people who use a number of services run
by different companies," said Metro Chairman Cllr Chris Greaves
welcoming the initiative. "And because it's valid before 9.30am,
those people who travel to work using different operators' buses
will benefit as well.
"People have told us they want to be able to buy one ticket
which they can use to travel all day on as many buses as they like
no matter which company runs them, which is why Metro and the bus
operators have worked successfully together to develop
"Whether the bus journey is for work, leisure, education or just
a day out, MetroDay is just the ticket."
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