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There are many ways to pay for your trip

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You can also buy an advance ticket for 90 minutes at the sales point.

Please notice that the use of cash will end on buses from June 5, 2022.

Read more about how to pay

Nysse donates travel cards to Ukrainians

The city of Tampere and the Finnish Red Cross will coordinate the distribution of 300 travel cards, worth 70 000 euros, to Ukrainians and others in need of help.

The travel card is not personalized and can be used throughout the whole Nysse region and it can be used by both adults and children.

The right to travel free of cost with Ukrainian passport will end in 30th of April

After 30th of April all travelers will need a valid ticket to travel on Nysse regional transport. From this on Nysse will support Ukrainians with the travel cards.

Detours during World Hockey Championships

The near blocks of Nokia Arena will be closed to traffic on several days during World Hockey Championships on May 13-29, 2022. Buses 2, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 19, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 40, 80 and 103 will operate on exceptional routes with special MM line codes (eg 2MM, 15AM, 80YM, 103MM) .

  • Detours start between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and end at midnight.
  • There are no detours on Wednesday, May 25 and on Friday, May 27.

When there is no traffic barring, the lines will serve as normal. Other bus and tram lines serve as usual throughout the hockey championships.

Schedules and routes also for all bus and tram lines can be found in the Journey Planner and schedule service.

Exceptional routes


The trip may be canceled due to technical failure or weather conditions, for example. The canceled trips are shown on the Journey Planner. Exceptional situations may also arise due to events and during disturbances in the tram service.


Safe travelling

We do our best to provide a safe journey for all public transport users during the coronavirus epidemic. Everyone can also contribute to travel safety through their own activities.

  1. Just travel healthy.
  2. Wear a face mask during rush hours.
  3. Take care of good hand hygiene.
  4. Remember the safety distances at the bus and at the stop.
  5. Cough on handkerchief or sleeve.
  6. Avoid cash.

THL - COVID-19, latest updates