Frequently Asked Questions
Below are some of our most common FAQ's
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- Where can I get more information on public transport timetabling in my area?
- Where can I get more information on One-Ticket, their products and prices?
- Where can I buy a BUS ONLY One-Ticket?
- What periods are covered by a BUS ONLY One-Ticket?
- Where can I buy a RAIL+BUS One-Ticket?
- What periods are covered by a RAIL+BUS One-Ticket?
- Do I need a photocard?
- If I buy a RAIL+BUS ticket, how can I use this on the bus?
- Can I insure my One-Ticket season ticket?
- What happens if I have my ticket stolen, damaged or I lose it?
- What happens if I decide to return my One-Ticket as I no longer wish to use it?
- Can I use my One-Ticket on the Edinburgh Tram system?
- What are the travel areas that best suits my needs?
- What do the various One-Ticket products cost?
- My One-Ticket has been issued to me with the incorrect details on it. How can I get this rectified?
- My personal details have changed. How can I get this changed on the One-Ticket database?
- I have a BUS ONLY annual ticket and wish to upgrade this to a RAIL+BUS annual ticket part way through the year. Can I do this?
- I have an Annual One-Ticket and wish to upgrade my ticket. Can I do so?
- Where do I send any One-Ticket correspondence too?
- Are there any Junior or Senior Citizen concessions available?
- When new services become available, how can I find out about these?
- Which Debit and Credit cards can be used to purchase One-Ticket online?
- Who are the participating public transport operators?
- Where are the exact boundaries between the travelareas?
- Who can use a child ticket?
A: Call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33; visit travelinescotland.com; or download the Traveline App.
A: Visit the website at one-ticket.co.uk; download our App or call the hotline on 0845 055 1770.
A: These are available via our Mobile App (details on website).
A: Tickets can be purchased for 1-day, 7-days, 28-days, 3/5/10 day bundles and Annually.
A: These are only available from rail station ticket offices.
A: Tickets can be purchased for a Week, Month and Annually.
A: Yes, for RAIL+BUS products ONLY via a rail station booking office.
A: Your ticket clearly shows the RAIL journey element between your selected rail zone station and Edinburgh, and the BUS element is indicated by the appropriate travelarea number, e.g. Markinch 4 & Edinburgh.
A: There are commercially available insurance policies for loss of mobile telephone, cash, credit/debit cards and travel season tickets and we strongly recommend that you insure your device or season ticket against theft, damage or loss.
A: Try the police or transport operator’s lost property first of all. You should then seek recourse from your insurer.
A: All One-Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
A: Yes. All One Ticket holders eligible to travel in the Edinburgh SMARTZone have access to the city's tram system between Edinburgh City Centre and Ingliston Park & Ride.
A: Visit our Travelarea Maps page and look at our product (BUS only or RAIL+BUS) maps. Our products, principally, work on travel to/from Edinburgh. You choose the product from your initial “home” destination to Edinburgh.
A: Visit our One-Ticket Prices page.
A: All products should be verified by you at point of issue. If at a Rail station, please ask the ticket office to rectify this immediately.
A: Try amending your own details on our App. Alternatively, email us.
A: Contact One-Ticket on email@example.com.
A: Yes. Contact One-Ticket. Please note, tickets cannot be downgraded.
A: One-Ticket Limited, PO Box 14193, Edinburgh EH33 9AH
A: No. Concessionary Cards
A: We will ensure that our website and social media are always up to date.
A: All the main ones are accepted except American Express.
A: Visit our Participating Operators page.
A: See the Boundary Points document.
A: Children between 5 and 15 inclusive pay the Child fare. Passengers using a Child ticket on a bus may be required to prove their age – a Young Scot Card is a free card for young people and provides that proof for those aged 11-15 and should be presented to the driver if requested.