Thursday September 24, 2020

NTA ruling sees Leap card holders save one fifth on cash fare

Strike days halve Luas passenger growth rate from 6.1% to 3%

3rd November, 2016
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This means Leap fares are actually cheaper than cash fares pre-2011 – those who stick with cash will pay one fifth more for their journey.

The ruling will also see Leap card student discounts on public transport at 30 per cent and child discounts at 50 per cent.

Another NTA goal is to bring the cost of an annual commuter ticket to the equivalent of ten monthly fares.

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