Prams and other vehicles
Prams, golf carts or equivalent can be taken onboard free of charge as far as space permits. The vehicle must be placed so it does not hinder or is a risk to other travellers during the journey. Children in prams pay ordinary fee.
Bicycles can be taken - as far as space permits - on the rural buses equipped with a special suspension device. The price for each part of the journey is 20 SEK. Not valid throughout the night. On Öresundståg you pay 60% of the price.
Animals on board
Dogs and other pets can be taken onboard the bus free of charge IF it is convenient to the other passengers.
You are allowed one free transfer if you change to a new bus within 60 minutes within a zone. For every further zone, the time span is increased with 30 minutes. The time start off from when the journey started. Valid only for an onward journey, and cannot be used for a return trip on the same service. Not valid on the return ticket Tur&Retur.
Traffic during holidays
The traffic runs as a Saturday on Midsummer Eve, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Easter Saturday and Whitsun Saturday. On Christmas Eve the traffic is annulled from 5 pm.
The traffic runs as a Sunday on Midsummer Day, All Saints’ Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Twelfth Day, Good Friday, Easter Day, Easter Monday, May Day, Ascension Day, Whitsunday and 6 June (Sweden’s National Day).
Twelfth Night, Maundy Thursday and the day before May Day run the same as the weekday they occur.
Traffic during the night, extra
Journeys marked with ”n” (primarily night traffic) are also run nights after 25/6 (Midsummer Day), 5/11 (All Saints’ Day), 25/12 (Christmas Day), 6/1 (Twelfth Day), 13/4 (Maundy Thursday), 14/4 (Good Friday) and 30/4 (day before May Day).
Wheel chairs and Zimmer frames
Paying travellers in wheel chairs, or using Zimmer frames, can bring this equipment with no extra charge as far as space permits AND if the bus is a so-called low-floor bus. This information is stated in the timetable.
Traffic round the clock
The bus traffic changes days at 4 am. This means that traffic during the night between Friday and Saturday counts as Friday traffic; the night between Saturday and Sunday counts as Saturday traffic.
When the time changes between ordinary and summer time we alter the clock at 4 am (and not between 2 – 3 am, which is the normal case).