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One price to travel in zone 1 and zone 2 of the Newport Transport network – all day, every day.


And 16 to 18-year-olds will no longer pay adult fares! No ID required. Ask for a Bamboo single or a Bamboo day ticket and save on your bus travel! No ID required*, just ask for the ticket you need.


Order your Bamboo card online or visit the travel centre at the Bus Station.


If you currently hold a child passport or child passport plus card you will need to visit the travel centre to replace this card for the Bamboo card, this is free and easy to do and any existing credit will be transferred to your new card.


* Newport Transport reserves the right to ask older looking customers for identification from time to time. The BAMBOO tickets are designed for customers under the age of 19 only.


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From August 5 everyone between five and 18-years-old will pay cheaper fares on Newport Bus with the introduction of Bamboo weekly, monthly and annual passes. That’s one price to use the whole network including Chepstow, Cwmbran and Cardiff.


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Visit www.newportbus.co.uk Tel. 01633 263600


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