People can travel to any town or city in Lancashire for just £1 as a leading public transport company extends its deal.

Transdev has extended their bargain £1 single fares offer until 31 March.

If you’re travelling after 7pm you pay just £1 no matter how far you travel on any Transdev buses across Lancashire, as well as Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.

The aim of the scheme is to help more customers commute in the evening, helping to boost  the local evening economies and encourage more people to come back to bus and enjoy a safe night out.

Commercial director, Paul Turner, said: "We know our buses can play a vital part in economic revival beyond the pandemic, and with that in mind, we created our £1 after 7pm fare deal to support the north’s evening economy and help everyone to enjoy travelling safely for less.

“We originally planned to offer the £1 evening fare until the end of September, and as it’s clearly helping to attract more people to return to the bus with all the benefits that brings to leisure-based businesses, we’ve decided to extend it through until the end of March.

“All of our buses are clean, safe and ready to go as always, and with this extended low fare in place, we hope our offer will deliver a welcome boost to the economic revival already being seen in towns and city centres."

£1 tickets are available to purchase on any Transdev bus from now until 31 March.

The offer is only valid after 7pm.

Tickets can be purchased from the driver while on board, using cash or contactless.

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