Questions about TAT (trolleybus-bus-tram) tickets
- Why can’t one- and two-trip tickets be bought from the driver?
Drivers sell one- and two-trip 90 Minute tickets and 4--ride TAT tickets for 100 rubles. Despite the increase in types of tickets, this measure will significantly reduce the frequency of ticket purchases from drivers and increase the safety and reliability of public transport.
- Where can I check how many trips I have left and the expiration date of my ticket?
The expiration date and number of trips remaining are printed on the reverse side of tickets.
- What types of tickets are sold by drivers of surface transport?
Drivers sell one- and two-ride 90 Minute tickets for 50 and 100 rubles. They also sell TAT tickets of four rides for 100 rubles.
- Why can’t one-ride tickets be bought from the driver?
The sale of one-ride tickets creates queues while people are boarding, increases journey time, interferes with schedules, distracts the driver from driving, and reduces the safety of public transit. After all, the driver’s first priority is safe driving.