Get around for £2


Enjoy even more Great Days Out By Bus with the extended £2 bus fare.

Whether you're heading to work or into town, spending time with friends or seeing new places, a single bus fare will cost a maximum of £2* until further notice.

Yes, that's right! The offer has been extended once again to help you with your travel so why not try the bus! 

A simple switch to one or two journeys by bus is not only better for the environment, but better for your pocket as well.

Travel into Norwich from Dereham, Watton, Hingham, Wymondham, Stalham, Wroxham and many more for just £2*.

Simply pay the driver for your journey as you board the bus

Travel more often, buy a bundle of 10 single tickets on our Konectbus app.

If you’re not sure if this flat fare is right for your journey, compare some of our other ticketing options here.

The £2 Bus Fare Cap Grant is supported by the HM Government’s Help for Households scheme. This scheme is designed to support families and help ease the cost of living by offering more affordable travel options.

*This offer is valid on the following bus routes across our network.

Konectbus  1,2, 3, 3A, 4, 5B, 6, 8, 11, 11B, 11C, 12, 17, 18, 21, 21A, 22, 23, 35,  40A, 41A, 81,82, 84, 85, 512, X3, X6, X41, X6.

These routes are exempt and normal fares will apply 


4A, 6A, 11A, 14, 20, 20A, 31, 32, 53C, 111, 117, 121. 

Norwich Park and Ride

501, 502, 503


Frequently Asked Questions 

What exactly is the £2 bus fare cap?

Since January 1st 2023, the cost of an adult single bus fare continues to be a maximum of £2 in England outside London.

This is funded by the Government to help ease cost of living pressures. 

The cap helps people save money on their travel costs and will encourage more people to choose buses for local journeys and beyond.

Which journeys does it cover?

The £2 single fare covers most journeys which Konectbus (see above) and other local bus operators run. 

Is there a maximum distance?

No, there isn’t a maximum distance. But the cap only covers local buses – it doesn’t cover inter-city coach journeys.

Is every bus company taking part?

The following bus operators across Norfolk will be taking part in the scheme. To see what services are included, please visit their websites linked below:

What payment methods are included?

All payment methods are included. It doesn’t matter whether you’re paying cash, by bank card, using an app or a smartcard – you won’t be charged more than £2.

My usual fare is below £2. Does this mean it will go up to £2?

Fares below £2 will remain unchanged so you will not pay any more than usual for your journey.

Does this cap cover child fares as well as adult fares?

The cap applies to all single fares – but very few child fares are over £2.

I have a concessionary ticket and get free/discounted travel. Will I have to pay £2?

Nobody will pay more than they usually do for a journey. If you were previously paying less than £2, or if your journey was free of charge, nothing changes.

I usually get a weekly ticket for my journey. Am I better off paying £2 for individual journeys?

Our weekly tickets provide you with a fantastic discount on your journeys, enabling you to travel for 7 days for the price of 3.5. Therefore, these tickets still remain a cost-effective way for regular and frequent passengers to travel compared to the £2 fare scheme.

What happens if I change buses – do I have to pay £2 twice?

Yes you do. The fare cap only applies to a journey on a single bus.

How long does the offer last?

The offer runs until midnight on the 30th April 2024

For more information on the scheme, click here.