Ticket inspectors perform inspections on Nysse buses and trams. In addition to the travel fee, the passenger will be charged an inspection fee of €80 if he or she does not have a confirmed ticket entitling him or her to travel or the right to travel free of charge.
The inspection fee can be issued for example:
- if you have no ticket (unless you are allowed to travel without a ticket)
- you have not confirmed the ticket with the ticket device
- you have a personal ticket you are not eligible for (eg. student tickets, school tickets, Nysse+VR)
- the ticket is outdated or not valid
- the ticket is for the wrong age group (with holder-specific tickets only a senior may travel with another senior's ticket, with adult's ticket may travel adult/young person/child, with a young person's ticket may travel another young person or a child, and with a child's ticket only another child).
- you are travelling in a zone your ticket is not valid for
- your travelcard is closed
Paying the inspection fee
According to the law, you must be able to prove your indentity when demanded by the inspector. The inspection fee cannot be payd in the inspection situation by cash or using bank or credit cards.
If you were issued a penalty fare, you can send appeal to The City Parking Control:
Adjustment claims through the Registry:
City of Tampere