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Português: Arranjo de vários bilhetes BUC (Bilhete Único de Coroa), usados e novos. Estes bilhetes podiam ser usados nos autocarros da Carris em Lisboa, no final do século XX e início do século XXI, antes de ter surgido o cartão 7 Colinas/Lisboa-viva. Os cartões azuis, mais baratos, eram comprados previamente em postos de venda, enquanto os cartões verdes, mais caros, se compravam ao condutor do autocarro.
English: Am arrangment of bus tickets (named BUC), both used and unused, of the portuguese public transportation company Carris, that were of common use in Lisbon in the late 20th century / early 21st century, before being replaced by the 7 Colinas / Lisboa-viva electronic cards. The green cards were more expensive as these were acquired to the bus driver on the move, whereas the blue cards were cheaper but should be bought in advance at a selling booth.
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