the DSB conducts an annual adjustment of their prices, and this year will enter into force 20. January, writes the DSB in a press release.
It provides the new rates in the entire country for both tickets and cards, while there will remain regional differences in the prices.
The average increase in the west of the great belt being at two percent and is applicable for travel with travel cards, commuter passes and one-way ticket.
We started in march 2018 a collaboration by the name of 'Tariff West', which should give more uniform rates for the six transport authorities in Jutland and on Funen, so the public transport should be easier to access.
This collaboration continues at the DSB on the new prices, so the companies had to agree on the price adjustment before it could be implemented.
- part of the changes now being implemented, is agreed between the four transport authorities(Ed. Sydtrafik, Midttrafik, NT, and FynBus) as well as Arriva and DSB, which jointly conducted the reform in the past year, says vice president of DSB Commercial, Aske Wieth-Knudsen, in a news release from the DSB.
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price example from the line Odense – Vejle:
144 kr.Travel adult
142 kr.commuter passes adult
price example from section Horsens Aaarhus:
84 kr.Travel adult
79 kr.commuter passes adult
the Bus, train and metro will be on average 2.1 percent more expensive on the island of Zealand, while at the same time will be adjusted in the zones by some of the stations, located on a zonegrænse.
There will also be changes in fares on the route across the Sound to Sweden. Here rising prices on average by about 2.7 percent, and these rates are provided in cooperation with the Swedish 'Skånetrafiken' to the prices in the two countries are fairly similar.
the New rates over the Sound
price example from the line københavn H (Copenhagen – Malmö C:
91 kr.commuter passes adult