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Public transport fares to remain same in 2022

Zone 1 single ticket will continue at €2.40, 10-journey ticket at €11.35, and unlimited monthly trips at €40

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12 November 2021 12:29 PM

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ACN | Barcelona

The public transport fares in Catalonia will remain the same in 2022, as the Catalan government and Barcelona's metropolitan area transport authority (ATM) have decided to not increase prices for a second year in a row.

The measure was announced by the Catalan vice president, Jordi Puigneró, on Twitter after visiting the COP26.

"The fight against climate change needs decarbonizing mobility," he said.

Zone 1 single ticket will continue at €2.40, the 10-journey ticket (T-Casual) at €11.35 and unlimited monthly one (T-Usual) at €40.

The quarterly ticket for under 25s (T-Jove) costs €80; an individual ticket for an unlimited number of journeys in one day (T-Dia), €10.50; a multi-person ticket for 8 journeys in 30 days (T-Familiar), €10; and a multi-person ticket for 70 journeys in 30 days (T-Grup), €79.45.

Single-parent and large families will still have to pay €32 for a T-Usual, €64 for a T-Jove, and €63.55 for a T-70/90.

Underground times back to normal

From September, there is an all-night metro service on Saturdays in Barcelona, while the opening hours from Sunday to Thursday are from 5 am until midnight, which is extended until 2 am on Fridays and the eve of bank holidays. These times are the pre-pandemic ones after a year and a half disrupted service. 

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  • A metro passenger enters Santa Eul脿lia station on line 1, August 28, 2020 (脌lex Recolons)

  • A metro passenger enters Santa Eul脿lia station on line 1, August 28, 2020 (脌lex Recolons)

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