Travelling with a bicycle
Price for bicycle is 2,00 € per bicycle that is payable in cash when you enter the bus. A mobile ticket or Waltti card cannot be used for payment of luggage charge. This charge can be applied for other bulky luggage.
A bicycle may be taken on a bus if the space reserved for them is free. The person who brings the bicycle must hold (on to) it and make sure that the bicycle does not move or turn over, and that it does not cause harm or danger to other passengers or equipment. Place the bicycle in the space reserved for it so that everyone can move on the bus and leave the bus safely.
The driver does not have to take a bicycle on the bus during peak hours or if the space reserved for them is full. The driver will decide whether bicycles and other large items can be allowed into the bus, depending on the situation.
On route 59, to or from Hailuoto, a zone ticket price is charged of the passengers, and 3.30 € for a bicycle. On routes 48 and 49, the route operator determines the conditions of travel.
Travelling with luggage
There is no charge for small luggage, for example:
- a small animal travelling on your lap or in a basket or a guide dog with a visually impaired person
- carry-on luggage on the bus, for example two suitcases
- skis with poles or a snowboard
On route 59, to or from Hailuoto, a zone ticket price is charged of the passengers, and 3.30 € for a baby carriage, a bicycle or a big dog. On routes 48 and 49, the route operator determines the conditions of travel.
The seat indicated for visually impaired passengers with a guide dog is located on the seat behind the driver.
Luggage may not harm other passengers. The driver may refuse to accept large luggage on the bus if it causes harm or danger to other passengers or if the space reserved for luggage is full.
For a justified reason, the driver may refuse to let a pet onto the bus. The owner is responsible for making sure that the animal will not disturb other passengers or damage the bus.
Travelling with a pram or a stroller
The adult must take care of the child throughout the trip and make sure that the baby carriage does not move or fall over. The wheels must be locked and the adult must stay next to the child in the carriage throughout the trip and ensure that the (carriage remains in place by holding on to it.
Place the baby carriage in the space reserved for it so that everyone can move on the bus and leave the bus safely.
The bus can accommodate only a limited number of baby carriages. So be aware that you may not get on the first possible bus if there is, for example, a baby carriage or bulky luggage in the space reserved for baby carriages. The driver does not have to take more prams, strollers, wheelchairs or bulky luggage on to the bus than can fit in the space reserved for them.