At the stop

The stops are always nearby

Stops are located in centers, residential areas, and in the vicinity of key locations such as schools, stations, or sports venues. The journey planner will advise you to the stop if the area is more unfamiliar to you. At the most used stops, you can wait for a ride in the canopy, sheltered from the weather.

There are currently no printed timetables available at the stops, as service changes are being made at a rapid pace due to the current epidemic situation as well as numerous construction sites. Many central stops have a digital timetable display. Real-time schedules for all stops can be checked in the journey planner.

Stop the bus by waving your hand

As the bus approaches your stop, wave your hand until the bus flashes in the direction of the stop. That way you know that the driver has seen your sign. The bus is usually boarded from the front door. Line 2 has an experiment where you can get on board also from the middle door.

With prams and a wheelchair, you always get up from the middle door. Bicycles and other large luggage can be picked up from the center door, but the trip must be paid at the ticket reader at the bow of the bus.

Travelling by accessible tram

There is no need to give a stop signal to the tram, as it stops at every platform. Please board on the tram from middle doors. Get out from the front or back doors. The doors can be opened with their own button if they do not open automatically.

There are symbols above the doors indicating which car has space for prams, wheelchairs, bicycles or pets.

Departure stations

The schedules of the departure stations are precise. Transfers from line to line are easy in key stop areas. For single trips, tickets are valid for 1-2 hours. With day and season tickets you can make an unlimited number of trips.

Departure stations are usually equipped with a canopy and a digital, real-time schedule display from which schedules or service changes can be checked.

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Intermediate stops

At intermediate stops along the route, it’s good to prepare for deviations of a few minutes, as schedules are estimates. The adherence to timetables can be affected by weather conditions or different traffic situations.

Real-time schedules for stops can be found in the journey planner by stop name, number, or by selecting a stop line from the route information. The route guide works with the most common devices and browsers. You do not need to install a separate application.

Journey planner ›

Did you forget your travel card?

If you don't have a travel card yet, buy a ticket at the stop from the Nysse Mobile app.

  • A single ticket is suitable for a sudden need for a few trips. The ticket is valid for 90 minutes from the time of purchase.
  • A day ticket is useful for several trips for one or two days. The ticket is valid for 24 hours from the time of purchase.

Nysse Mobile app manual ›