To prevent UNO drivers needing to handle cash throughout the day, Cranfield Connect is temporarily introducing 'exact fares' on all Uno routes

You’ll need exact change if you pay with cash

Uno has temporarily introduced ‘exact fares only’ on all its routes to prevent its drivers needing to handle cash throughout the day.

Starting on Monday 20 April, please have the right change to pay for your ticket – the driver will not be able to give out change.

When you get on the bus:

  • Show the driver the money for your ticket
  • Slide the money into the box on the cab door
  • Take your ticket from the ticket machine

The company has asked that its passengers only use cash as a last resort. You can pay for any ticket with contactless – there’s no minimum spend, and the limit has been increased to £45.

Or buy your ticket before you travel on the Uno buses app. Then just scan the QR code when you get on the bus. 

The company said that this is a temporary measure during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

You’ll need exact change if you pay with cash

Uno has temporarily introducing ‘exact fares’ only on all its routes to prevent its drivers needing to handle cash throughout the day.

Starting on Monday 20 April, please have the right change to pay for your ticket – the driver will not be able to give out change.

When you get on the bus:

  • Show the driver the money for your ticket
  • Slide the money into the box on the cab door
  • Take your ticket from the ticket machine

The company has asked that its passengers only use cash as a last resort. You can pay for any ticket with contactless – there’s no minimum spend, and the limit has been increased to £45.

Or buy your ticket before you travel on the Uno buses app. Then just scan the QR code when you get on the bus. Click here to find out more.

The company said that this is a temporary measure during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.