Bus fares in many areas of England will now cost no more than £2 (€2.26).
The government-backed scheme aims to encourage people to choose public transport over private vehicles.
Passengers could pay as little as a third of the usual ticket price and most major operators have signed up for the scheme.
The initiative is expected to curb emissions by saving as many as two million car journeys.
When will England’s £2 bus fares be introduced?
England’s £2 bus fares came into effect earlier this week, capping the price for single tickets on most of the country’s services.
Dubbed ‘Get around for £2’, the campaign hopes to encourage people to use more public transport by
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