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A travel card is a ticket usable on more than one journey, route or mode of public transport within a specific area using bulk or discounted payment; some systems only cover travel by disabled or elderly people. Their validity is generally for a fixed period from the time of issue, such as to the end of the day or for longer periods up to one year.
In Vilnius, a travel card is used for the public transport.
Travel card systems are used in most of the local public transport in Norway. In the counties of Oslo and Akershus, reisekort (meaning simply "travel card", formerly Flexus) is used for the T-bane (Metro), tramway and the Municipal bus system. In Sør-Trøndelag, t:kort (meaning "t:card") is used. In Rogaland, Kolumbuskort (meaning "Kolumbus card") is used. In Hordaland, Skysskortet (meaning "Skyss card") is used. In addition, several other counties use similar travel card systems.
- Republic of Ireland
A prepaid leap card is available for transport in the greater Dublin area, providing access to LUAS, DART and Dublin Bus services. The card may be topped up online.
- United Kingdom
Travel card schemes for general public use are currently operated in the United Kingdom in a number of areas including:
- Greater London (Travelcard and Oyster Card)
- Cheshire (Chester Travelcard)
- West Midlands (Centrocard)
- South Hampshire (Solent Travelcard)
- Sussex (Downlander)
- Strathclyde (ZoneCard)
- Greater Manchester (System One Travelcards)
- Tyne and Wear (Network One and Pop Card)
Travel card schemes are often supplemented or replaced by stored value cards.
- "Transport for London-What is Oyster?". www.tfl.gov.uk.