The day when buses will cost £2 has been determined.

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Steve Rotheram, the Metro Mayor of Liverpool, has announced that beginning on September 18, bus travels inside the city would not cost more than £2.

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Passengers who use the bus may anticipate a possible savings of up to 13% as a result of the new single adult pricing.

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This tax is intended to assist people reduce their total expenditure in response to rising costs of living.

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The price of a MyTicket, which permits those under 19 unlimited travel for the day, will stay at £2.20 until 2025. This helps the city's youth.

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Despite more than 400,000 bus trips every day in our area, too many people tell me they are too costly, too confusing, and too unreliable.

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Devolution has dropped the price of a single bus ticket to its lowest level in years, relieving some of the cost of living burden on families.

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Liverpool bus operators have agreed to a simpler, more inexpensive, and user-friendly ticket structure for three years.

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The Mayor and Combined Authority will receive 12 million pounds from the government's Bus Services Improvement Plan (BSIP).

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