Rules & Tariffs for Bicycles on Brno Public Transport
Brno, July 23 (BD) – In Brno, passengers are allowed to transport their bikes in the inner city zones 100 and 101 on all the lines from 1 to 99, trains, and special bicycle buses.
The bikes can be loaded on any vehicle. It is important to go to the special, lower section of the tram or to the rear, not to block off the way for the passengers.
Bicycle buses in Brno
In April 2017, two new bus lines # 55 and # 57 that have special bicycle carriers on the back to which you may strap on your bicycle started operating in the city of Brno.
- Bus 55: Židenice, nádraží, Špačkova, Novolíšeňská, Zetor, Jírova and Mariánské údolí
- Bus 57: Tomkovo náměstí, Halasovo náměstí, Haškova, Klarisky and Útěchov
You can transport up to 5 bikes. The bicycle buses operate on weekends from April to September.
Bicycle buses are ideal if you are thinking of having a bike ride outside the city center, too. You can find the schedule of the special regional bicycle bus lines here.
Outside of the city center
Since April 2012, Integrated Public Transport System of the South Moravian Region (IDS JMK) have introduced a number of measures to allow cyclists to take their bikes on public transport while travelling the region.
IDS JMK equipped buses on 12 routes with trailers for the transportation of bicycles.
Trains were also upgraded; more bicycle compartments were included as part of wagon compositions and added to two new train connections that previously did not have this facility. New tariffs for bicycle transport on railways and buses were also introduced.
In 2017, majority of regional IDS JMK trains have facilities for transporting bicycles.
Tariffs for getting your bike around Brno
You can transport your bike with any regular ticket or 24-hour ticket. A day ticket for one bike costs CZK 70 (circa €2.7); a single trip ticket for a bike is equal to any regular passenger ticket.
• 15-minute ride – CZK 20
• 60-minute ride – CZK 25
• 24-hour ticket – CZK 90
Seasonal ticket holders (100 + 101 zones valid for 2 days and more) transport their bikes on trains, lines 1 to 99, and on bicycle buses free of charge in these zones. When traveling outside the zones 100 and 101, they need to buy the regular one-time ticket for their bike, only for these extra zones.
With a full fare prepaid ticket, you may take your luggage, a dog, or a bicycle on board.
Find the complete list of prices and rules here.