If your battery runs out during your journey and there is a ticket inspection, our inspectors can lend you a charger. Train conductors and bus drivers do not have any chargers to lend.
We are working to enable you to charge your phone on board our vehicles. There are USB sockets on most trains and on all new buses.
If you have registered your period ticket in the app, you can lend it.
Here's how it's done:
The app creates a text message that you send to the person who will borrow the ticket. The person who is going to borrow the ticket needs to have the app installed on their phone. The lending is valid only when the ticket is visible in the recipient's app.
Once the ticket is received, it will be on loan until 04:00 am.
The ticket will automatically return to you at 04:00 am (24 hours after you lend it out).
You can lend the ticket unlimited number of times, but to a maximum of five different phones per ticket. If the recipient is logged in to the app at the time of lending, it can receive the ticket on multiple phones.
You can lend period tickets valid for 30, 90 or 365 days.
You need to be able to show that you are a student to travel with discounted price. If you cannot view student ID and id for our ticket control you can get a fee. You can get the fee reduced if you subsequently show student ID and ID at the ticket control's expedition.