New zone structure in Västra Götaland
From 4 November, it will be easier to travel on public transport in Västra Götaland, as the 70 public transport zones are merged into three. This will make choosing the right ticket easier and fewer passengers will need to cross a zone boundary and check in and out.
The new zones are called A, B and C.
Which zone will your stop be in?
You can search for your favourite stops here to find out which zones they are in. You will also find all the stops that are in the zones here.
What does this mean?
- It will make choosing the right ticket easier.
- Fewer passengers will cross zone boundaries and need to check in and out.
- Tickets cost the same in all zones.
- It will be possible to travel longer distances on one ticket.
- The standardisation of the ticket range means some tickets will no longer be available.
- It will be easier to commute using public transport in the region.
Period tickets will update automatically
The new ticket range will begin to apply at 4 am on 4 November. Period tickets purchased before the switchover will be valid in the new zones automatically. No tickets will need to be replaced.
New tickets for three zones
With the introduction of our new zones, we are also simplifying our ticket range. There will be single tickets and period tickets available for travel within one, two or three zones.
A, B or C
A B or C D
A B C
How much the new tickets cost
The new zones mean that ticket prices will change. Tickets will cost the same in all zones. Following prices are valid from 4 November this year. There will be no further price increase in January 2021.
You can read more here about some of the tickets that will be available in addition to the standard zone tickets.
More details about the zones
Gothenburg, Partille, Mölndal and Öckerö.
Ale, Alingsås, Härryda, Kungsbacka, Kungälv, Lerum, Lilla Edet, Stenungssund and Tjörn.
Bengtsfors, Bollebygd, Borås, Dals Ed, Essunga, Falköping, Färgelanda, Grästorp, Gullspång, Götene, Herrljunga, Hjo, Karlsborg, Lidköping, Lysekil, Mariestad, Mark, Mellerud, Munkedal, Orust, Skara, Skövde, Sotenäs, Strömstad, Svenljunga, Tanum, Tibro, Tidaholm, Tranemo, Trollhättan, Töreboda, Uddevalla, Ulricehamn, Vara, Vänersborg, Vårgårda and Åmål.