Day Tripper is a multi-modal ticket organised by Strathclyde Passenger Transport. It allows unlimited travel in the Strathclyde area, by rail, bus, underground and ferry for 1 adult and up to 2 children or 2 adults and up to 4 children. The ticket is heavily subsidised by the Passenger Transport Executive and addresses social needs (e.g., to let low-income families without access to a car to take a trip to the beach). ...more on Wikipedia about "Day Tripper (ticket)"
The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is a light-rail public transport metro for the redeveloped Docklands area of eastern London, England. The DLR is separate from the London Underground, having separate tracks and rolling stock. The two systems are, however, integrated wherever they meet, and share a single ticketing system. The DLR appears on the London Underground’s Tube map. ...more on Wikipedia about "Docklands Light Railway"
The Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (GMPTE) is the public body ( Passenger Transport Executive) responsible for co-ordinating public transport services throughout Greater Manchester in England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive"
London Trams is an arm of Transport for London, which manages the second generation of tram services within London. Current and planned tram systems are: ...more on Wikipedia about "London Trams"
The Merseyside Passenger Transport Authority and Executive (MPTE, or Merseytravel, as it is more commonly known) is the Passenger Transport Executive responsible for the coordination of public transport on Merseyside. ...more on Wikipedia about "Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive"
In the United Kingdom, Passenger Transport Executives (PTEs) are local government bodies which are responsible for public transport within large urban areas. They are accountable to bodies called Passenger Transport Authorities (PTAs) (see below). ...more on Wikipedia about "Passenger Transport Executive"
Revenue Protection Inspectors (RPIs) or Revenue Protection Officers (RPOs) patrol different forms of public transport, particularly trains, in the United Kingdom issuing penalty fares to passengers who travel without a valid ticket. Penalty fares can also be issued if a passenger is travelling in first class accommodation holding a standard class ticket, an adult travelling on a child ticket or if the passenger has travelled beyond the destination printed on their ticket. ...more on Wikipedia about "Revenue Protection Inspector"
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A Rover is a bus or train ticket that allows unlimited travel on any operating company over a set route, for a certain period of time, at certain times. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rover (ticket)"
Strathclyde Passenger Transport (SPT) is a public body which is responsible for planning and co-ordinating public transport in the Glasgow and Strathclyde area of Scotland, and for operating Glasgow's subway. Previously part of Glasgow Corporation, it expanded to become Greater Glasgow Passenger Transport Executive (PTE) before becoming SPT in the 1980s. With the abolition of Strathclyde Regional Council it is jointly run by the 12 successor unitary authorities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Strathclyde Passenger Transport"
Transport for London (TfL) is a local government body responsible for the transport system throughout the City of London and Greater London in the United Kingdom. The role of TfL is to implement the transport strategy for and to manage transport services across London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Transport for London"
The Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive (TWPTE), trading as Nexus, is the organisation responsible for the Tyne and Wear County public transport system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tyne and Wear Passenger Transport Executive"
The West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive (WMPTE), better known as Centro, is the Passenger Transport Executive responsible for promoting and co-ordinating public transport services throughout the West Midlands county in England. ...more on Wikipedia about "West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive"
The West Yorkshire Passenger Traffic Executive (WYPTE) is the executive arm of the West Yorkshire Passenger Traffic Authority (PTA). It was formed on the 1 April, 1974, with the formation of the metropolitan county of West Yorkshire. ...more on Wikipedia about "West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive"
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