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Students in Gedling borough can get hands on public transport discount card from today


Students in Gedling borough are being reminded they can pick up a new travel card from today (Monday 19)and save money on public transport to the city over the next 12 months.

The Robin Hood travel card year pass is available from this morning and offers students in Gedling borough great discounts on travel across buses and trams in the city for just £270.

The Robin Hood Student year pass gives unlimited travel within the Robin Hood Network Area until July 31, 2017, on NET Trams, Nottingham City Transport, Trent Barton, Park and Ride, Nottingham Community Transport Link buses, Yourbus and East Midlands Trains.

The card can also be activated to use the network of cycle lockers around the City.

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University students can get their card at the City Council travel centres at Broad Marsh or Victoria bus Stations.  All that is needed is a valid student photo ID card. Payment can be made by cash, debit or credit card.

Councillor Nick McDonald, Portfolio Holder for Growth and Transport at Nottingham City Council, said: “This new Robin Hood Student year pass offers good value for money for the city’s students and offers a simple, integrated and convenient way to travel.

“Students will be able to use trains, trams and buses to complete their journeys, all on one card.”

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