Multi modal tickets are products that are retailed via the local transport executive in your local area. These products allow customers to travel on multiple forms of transport using the same ticket such as buses, trains, trams and even ferries for a weekly, monthly or annual fee.
The products vary from area to area and train operators are required to support and retail these products on behalf of the local transport executive.
Here are some examples of multi modal products
The new MCard is about to transform the way you get about on public transport in West Yorkshire. West Yorkshire is served by dozens of different transport operators who run buses and trains from cities and town centres to little villages and off-the-beaten-track places. The MCard makes it easier to travel.
Network One provides multi modal public transport around Tyne and Wear. You only need one ticket! There is a range of money saving travel tickets that you can buy covering bus, Metro, train and ferry.
Want to travel on a combination of bus and train, or even bus, train and tram in Greater Manchester? Take a look at the range of Travelcards available in the System One range.
Saveaway and Trio
Travelling by public transport in Merseyside is often very cost-effective. Merseytravel offer a number of multi-modal tickets which cover travel on buses, trains and ferries.
TravelMaster combines all your bus, train and tram journeys into one easy low-cost ticket. Save money with unlimited travel on local buses, trains and trams anywhere in South Yorkshire.
For school and 6th form students GetAbout+ combines unlimited train, bus and tram journeys anywhere in South Yorkshire into one easy low-cost ticket. This ticket is available to under 18 year olds who hold a MegaTravel, Mega MiCard or 16-18 Student Pass.
RailMaster allows you to save money on rail and tram travel with one easy ticket. Get unlimited rail travel in South Yorkshire and on the Sheffield Supertram network.