Apply for your 11-16 MegaTravel pass to make sure you only pay a child fare when travelling. You can also find more information on how to get a Barnsley MiCard and information on operator child fares available.
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If you are aged 11-16 and living in South Yorkshire you can have a MegaTravel Card to prove to bus drivers, tram conductors and ticket sellers that you are entitled to travel at reduced cost on public transport. This means:
How to apply: You can apply online, find out more information on the 11-16 Megatravel pass page. No pass means full fare.
If you are aged 5-16 and live in Barnsley then you are eligible for a MegaTravel MiCard. The MegaTravel MiCard entitles you to travel on journeys to and from the borough of Barnsley at a reduced rate of 60p a journey (outside of Barnsley the cost is 80p on all bus and tram journeys). The MegaTravel MiCard also entitles you to discounted travel in the rest of South Yorkshire. This card will expire at the end of the school year in which you are 16.
Read the full information on the Barnsley MiCard on our ticket page.
If you are in education full time, and live more than 3 miles from where you study, you may be entitled to a Zero Fare Pass which gives you free travel on school days on bus, train and tram all day until 1900. Only on journeys between home and school. Read the full information for the Zero Fare Pass on the Travel South Yorkshire website.
You can find information on a variety of child tickets from operators and TravelMaster in our Ticket Finder:
Search Ticket Finder now. You can then buy a range of tickets from our ticket machines in Interchanges and via Payzone outlets.