Travel regulations

There are joint national travel regulations for travel with buses, harbour buses, Metro, trains and local rail trains.

The travel regulations also apply to journeys by means of transport that are added as extra transport to increase capacity.

Here you can find the joint national travel regulations.

Frequently asked questions
Can I take animals on the bus?

Yes, small dogs and other small animals are allowed on the bus free of charge if they are in a bag, cage or transport box.

For large dogs (i.e. dogs that are too large to be transported in a bag, cage or transport box) you must buy a children’s ticket for the dog. The dog must be on a leash and under your supervision. Maximum 1 dog on a leash per customer is permitted.

See more information about the rules concerning taking animals on the bus

Which buses can I take my bicycle on?

You can take your bike for free on the harbour bus. Other (selected) buses require a bicycle ticket.

There can be a maximum of 2 bicycles on the bus. This can also be a bicycle and a wheelchair or a pram.

The customer who boarded first has priority. It is always the driver who assesses whether you can bring your bicycle on board.

See more information about the rules for bicycles

Can I bring food and drink on the bus?

Drinking alcohol is prohibited. Food and beverages must not be consumed if it involves a risk of soiling, such as ice cream, popcorn and chocolate. Beverages must be in containers with screw caps.

How many prams are allowed on the bus?

There can be a maximum of 2 prams on the bus. This can also be a pram and a wheelchair or a bicycle.

The customer who boarded first has priority. It is always the driver who assesses whether you can bring your pram on board.

See more information about the rules for prams