Stopping

Stopping

When you wait at a bus stop, please clearly signal that you wish to get on the bus, especially when it’s dark out or difficult to see. Inside the vehicle, please also clearly indicate when you wish to get off.

Tickets

Tickets

You can buy single tickets, multi-ride tickets, day passes, tickets for kids, for seniors, for certain routes, for specific regions, for use with a half-fare card or with a general season pass. A wide variety of tickets is available and sorting through it can be tricky sometimes.

If you’re not sure, ask the driver which ticket is the right one for you. Many tickets are available directly from the postbus driver.

Most tickets are also available around the clock from the ticket machines: multi-ride tickets, multi-day passes and even monthly passes. Whenever possible, buy your ticket at a machine. This will allow the drivers to leave on time and you are actively helping to keep PostBus on schedule.

More information

Track 7 travelcard: not valid for PostBus routes

The Track 7 travelcard offers unlimited transport on the SBB network and that of some other transport companies to young passengers (up to age 25) from 19.00 to 05.00 h. Due to the tariff structure of the public transport in Switzerland, it is not possible for PostBus to participate in the Track 7 ticket association. Therefore, the Track 7 travelcard is not valid on PostBus routes. Holders of Track 7 travelcards are kindly requested to use the postbus only with a normal, valid ticket.

Range of validity of the Track 7 travelcard

Take a seat and hold on.

Take a seat and hold on.

Please hold your luggage tightly and secure your shopping or prams. To ensure a punctual and safe ride, get in quickly and keep as far away as possible from the doors. 

Vandalism

Vandalism

Vandalism harms everyone and causes a bad mood. Thank you for reacting when you see someone deliberately causing damage.