You can only travel for free on public transport in South Australia if you’re under 5! If you’re reading this, chances are that’s not you.
If you are a full-time student at school, you can get discounted travel on a Yellow Student Metrocard or a Student Metroticket
If you study full time at university or TAFE, you can also travel a discounted Green Student Metrocard or a Metroticket. This is available at the following tertiary institutions:
You will need to carry your university ID card on you at all times when you travel in order to get concession fares.
Without supplying a valid student ID, you could be fined $160 for using a concessional ticket.
When you’re travelling on public transport in South Australia, you have to follow certain rules that may include a $160 fines if not followed. This includes:
|Keep your bags and bodies out of peoples’ ways|
|Defacing vehicles, equipment or any item in connection with public transport services|
|Behaving in a disorderly or offensive manner while on public transport|
|No smoking in vehicle|
|Consumption alcohol or carrying it in an open container|
|Littering in public transport|
If you break any of these rules, you could be fined as much as $160.
If you have a question about travel and concession cards that we haven’t answered here please contact us here.
This page was last updated by Lauren Howe on 24th July, 2018
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