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About get me there

It's a new, smarter way of getting around Greater Manchester that will make public transport easier to use, more flexible and, in some cases, better value too.

The aim is to make printed tickets a thing of the past with a range of smarter ways to buy and use public transport, including a smart phone app and reusable smart cards that will take the hassle out of getting around Greater Manchester by different modes of travel.

If you travel by tram, you can download the free get me there app to your smart phone and use it to buy a range of Metrolink tickets and travelcards. You can find out more about the get me there app here.

If you travel by bus, you can use a get me there or other compatible smart card to take advantage of more flexible, better value get me there travelcards that let you travel on any bus in Greater Manchester*. You can find out more about get me there on bus here.

And if you already have a concessionary† or igo pass you can take advantage of smart ticketing just by using your existing card.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

†An ENCTS, Disabled or Disabled Plus pass issued by TfGM

The get me there app can be downloaded for free from Apple's App store or the Google Play store. Once you've downloaded the app you'll need to set up an account to be able to buy and display a range of Metrolink tickets and travelcards.

You can order a get me there card through this website, or pick one up at your local TfGM Travelshop. Once you have one you'll be able to buy and load get me there travelcards that allow you to travel on any Greater Manchester bus*.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

The get me there scheme will eventually include smart ways of travelling by tram, by bus and by train. It is being introduced in stages by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).

TfGM is working with other transport service providers across Greater Manchester, including Greater Manchester Travelcards Limited (GMTL), the organisation of transport operators behind the successful System One travelcard scheme. Together, TfGM and GMTL are coordinating the introduction of get me there and other compatible smart cards across all Greater Manchester buses.

As the operator of the Metrolink, TfGM is also working to introduce smarter ways to travel by tram and eventually ways of combining tram travel with other modes of transport, including train services.



Using get me there to travel

As a concessionary pass* holder you will already be touching in with your pass whenever you travel on Greater Manchester buses using your free entitlement.

Since October 2014, you should also have been using your pass to touch in and touch out at the start and end of every Metrolink journey when you travel for free. If you pay to travel on Metrolink before 9.30am Monday to Friday, you still need to buy a printed ticket to travel at this time, or you can download the get me there app. If you are travelling with a printed ticket you don't need to touch in and out as well.

*An ENCTS, Disabled or Disabled Plus pass issued by TfGM.

You can now buy get me there travelcards to load onto your igo pass that let you travel on any Greater Manchester bus*. That means you can take your pick from different bus services as well as getting a saving on the cost of a comparable printed ticket.

You can buy selected get me there travelcards from the bus driver, at TfGM Travelshops or at any PayPoint outlet. Once your travelcard is loaded onto your igo pass, you simply use it to touch in every time you board a bus during the period that your travelcard is valid.

The get me there app is only available for the purchase of adult Metrolink tickets and travelcards, so if you travel by Metrolink you still need to buy printed tickets from the on stop ticket machine or your local PayPoint outlet.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

Find out more about the get me there App and how to download it to your smart phone to buy and display a range of Metrolink tickets and travelcards.

You can't currently use a get me there smart card to travel on Metrolink, but If you sign up to receive more information and we'll let you know as soon as more get me there services are available on Metrolink.

You can now order a get me there smart card online, over the phone or over the counter at any TfGM Travelshop.

Once you have a get me there or other compatible smart card, you can buy get me there travelcards to load onto it that allow you to travel on any Greater Manchester bus*. They are better value for money than the comparable printed ticket and give you the feasibility to travel on different operator's bus services..

Travelcard (valid at anytime) 1-day 7-day 28-day
Adult price (System One) £5.60 £18.50 £65.00
Adult price (get me there) £5.00 £17.00 £60.00
Junior price (System One) £2.80 £9.95 £35.75
Junior price (get me there for igo passes) £2.50 £9.00 £32.50

All travelcards are offered for sale by Greater Manchester Travelcards Ltd. Prices correct as of 2nd January 2017. Terms and conditions apply.

You can buy selected get me there travelcards from the bus driver, at TfGM Travelshops or at any PayPoint outlet. Once your travelcard is loaded onto your smart card, you then simply use it to touch in every time you board a bus during the period that your travelcard is valid.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

Smart ticketing on train services will be introduced at a later stage, after the new northern rail franchises have been awarded in 2016 and after detailed discussions have taken place with the appointed train operators.

Sign up to receive more information and we'll let you know as soon as we know when get me there services will be available on Greater Manchester train services.



Using the get me there app

It's a free app that lets you buy Metrolink tickets and travelcards before you board the tram and then display them on your smart phone, without the need to queue at a ticket machine.

Currently, single, return, 7-day and 28-day stop to stop tickets, as well as 1-day peak ,1-day off peak and weekend network-wide travelcards are available to purchase via the get me there app.

The get me there app is currently available to download free for Apple or Android smart phones (minimum OS version 7 for Apple, 4 for Android).

The get me there app is optimised for use on smart phones and works best on those devices. However, if you want to use the app on a tablet, please make sure that you have a regular internet connection so that you are not logged out of the app when you want to travel.

Currently the get me there app is only available for people of 16 and over. For now, you'll need to continue to buy printed tickets from the on stop ticket machine or PayPoint outlet to travel on Metrolink.

If you have a concessionary pass issued by Transport for Greater Manchester* you should be using your pass to touch in and out at the start and end of every journey you make when you're travelling on Metrolink for free.

If you pay to travel on Metrolink before 9.30am Monday to Friday, you can download the get me there app and use it to buy and load a range of Metrolink tickets and travelcards. These will only be useful if you travel before 9.30am, Monday to Friday, otherwise you'll be better off using your free entitlement.

*An ENCTS, Disabled or Disabled Plus pass issued by TfGM.

We won't share your details with anyone else or use them for any purposes other than processing your purchases and maintaining your account. We will keep you up-to-date with get me there services and, if you've asked us to, we'll send you transport offers too.

To keep your details up to date, sign into the app and go to ‘My account’ to update any of your details that have changed. It's important that your details are correct as the get me there Customer Services team will use these to resolve any queries you may have. Make sure you update your email address if it changes as this will be used to send you important messages, such as purchase receipts.

All sensitive payment information is stored in an encrypted form and is transmitted as an encrypted message. For maximum data security, keep your phone locked with a PIN, password or fingerprint recognition, dependent on the features available. Make sure your operating system is fully up-to-date to reduce the risk of any unauthorised access.

You can choose from single, return, 7-day and 28-day tickets to travel between two specified stops, or you can travel anywhere on the Metrolink network for a day or a weekend with an all zones travelcard. You need to be over 16 to use the app and you can only use it to buy adult tickets and travelcards.

Any tickets or travelcards you buy will start automatically once you’ve paid for them, except for those that aren’t valid at the time you buy them. For example, if you buy an off-peak return ticket that isn’t valid until after 9.30am, your ticket will only start at 9.30am. If you buy a weekend travelcard on a Wednesday, it won’t be valid until 6.00pm on the following Friday, when it will activate automatically.

The following list gives the details of the options available:

Metrolink adult stop-to-stop tickets Valid from Valid until
Single Immediately from date and time of purchase 2 hours from the time of purchase
Return peak Immediately from date and time of purchase Outbound journey: 2 hours from the time of purchase. Return journey: End of service on day of purchase*
Return off peak At 9.30am if purchased before 9.30am or immediately if purchased after 9.30am Outbound journey: 2 hours from the time of purchase or by 11.30am if purchased prior to 9.30am. Return journey: End of service on day of purchase*
7-day Immediately from the date and time of purchase End of service on the 6th day after purchase*
28-day Immediately from the date and time of purchase End of service on the 27th day after purchase*

Metrolink adult all zones travelcards Valid from Valid until
1-day all zones peak Immediately from date and time of purchase End of service on day of purchase*
1-day all zones off-peak At 9.30am if purchased before 9.30am or immediately if purchased after 9.30am End of service on day of purchase*
Weekend all zones From 6.00pm on the Friday following purchase or immediately if purchased after 6.00pm Friday and before 1.30am Monday morning End of service on the Sunday*

*End of service times are listed at metrolink.co.uk and on Metrolink stop service information posters

You must buy your ticket or travelcard before you board the tram in accordance with the Metrolink conditions of carriage. If you don’t you could be liable for a standard fare of £100 and risk prosecution.

Yes. Just choose ‘Buy tickets and travelcards’ from the app ‘Home’ screen and when you make your selection, the price will be displayed on screen before you add it to your basket.

You can only buy a ticket or travelcard for your own personal use with the get me there app. Your purchase is valid for one person per device only.

The get me there app only sells tickets and travelcards for use on Metrolink. Please sign up to receive more information about when further get me there services become available.

Buscard Extra is not available on the get me there app, nor can you buy it as a printed ticket to add on to your Metrolink app purchase. Please sign up to receive more information about when further get me there services become available.

Tickets and travelcards purchased through the get me there app cost the same as their printed equivalents.

The range of tickets and travelcards available on the app will be subject to regular review and more may be added in future releases.

Go to the app menu and navigate to ‘My tickets and travelcards’. All your purchases will be listed according to those that are currently available and those that have expired.

Single tickets and the outward portion of a return ticket must be used within 2 hours of purchase. All other tickets and travelcards for use on Metrolink are valid until the end of service on the last day of validity. End of service times are listed at metrolink.co.uk and on the service information posters displayed on each Metrolink stop. Please note that if you purchase a 1-day travelcard after midnight but before 1.30am, it will expire at 1.30am.

An active ticket or travelcard displayed on your phone shows how many days, hours, minutes and seconds are left before it expires.

If asked to do so by a member of Metrolink staff, you will need to locate your active ticket or travelcard on your smart phone and show it for checking in the same way that you would with a printed ticket. If you can’t, you will be travelling without a valid ticket and could be liable for a standard fare of £100 and risk prosecution.

It is your responsibility to make sure that your smart phone has enough battery power to display your ticket or travelcard on it if you are requested to do so at any time on your journey. If you can’t, you will be travelling without a valid ticket and could be liable for a standard fare of £100 and risk prosecution.

You can only get Metrolink tickets or travelcards to display on your phone by purchasing them via the get me there app. Metrolink staff have numerous ways of detecting fraudulent or fake tickets. Severe penalties, up to and including criminal prosecution, can be incurred if you attempt to use a fake ticket or travelcard.

It is your responsibility to make sure that your smart phone can clearly display your ticket or travelcard on screen if you are requested to do so at any time on your journey. If you can’t, you will be travelling without a valid ticket and could be liable for a standard fare of £100 and risk prosecution.

If you have purchased a 28-day ticket and there are 7 days or more left to run, you will be able to transfer it to a different device. You will need to call get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035 in order to get your ticket transferred. Your ticket can only be transferred to the same customer account. Terms and conditions apply.

All other tickets and travelcards purchased through the get me there app are only valid on the device used to make the original purchase and are not transferrable. If you are changing your smart phone you should retain your old phone until the point when your ticket or travelcard expires.

Once purchased your ticket or travelcard will start automatically and then expire at the end of its validity period. It cannot be postponed or refunded.

Please make your selection carefully as once you have purchased a ticket or travelcard using the get me there app it will start automatically and then expire at the end of its validity period — it cannot be refunded.

Yes. You will need to show the bus driver the active ticket or travelcard on your smart phone when you board the replacement bus.

You’ll need to register details of how you wish to pay in your app account. The app currently accepts all Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and Visa Electron cards and Apple Pay. Once you’ve added a card or payment service to your account, you then select whichever method you want to use and enter the required additional security information (usually the CVC/CVV number from the reverse of your credit or debit card) to complete your purchase. Your payment information will be stored securely and will never be used for any purposes other than processing payments for ticket and travelcard purchases you have made.

You can use Apple Pay provided you have a compatible Apple device, a list of which is available on the Apple website. Once you have set up an Apple Pay account with payment details, you can use Apple Pay to purchase tickets and travelcards using the get me there app.

You can store multiple cards and payment services under your account on the get me there app and choose which one you want to use at the point of purchase.

Please note that you will need a good internet connection to buy and download tickets and travelcards. Once your payment has been authorised it is processed immediately and your purchase will be available for use on the app, usually in just a few seconds. The payment can take up to 72 hours to appear on your bank statement, and a receipt of your purchase will be sent to the email address you entered when you set up your account.

You can remove your payment information at any time by going to the ‘My account’ link in the get me there app and selecting ‘My payment cards’. Locate the payment card or service you want to remove and choose ‘Remove selected card’.

Your payment details are stored in an encrypted format on your smart phone and are not held by get me there or TfGM.

The purchases you make through the get me there app will show with the description of Metrolink TfGM 03000 035 035. The reference 03000 035 035 is the telephone contact number of get me there Customer Services should you wish to speak with them.

Please contact get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035 to resolve any disputes.



Troubleshooting the get me there app

You’ll need an active internet connection (either mobile data or Wi-Fi) to buy and download a ticket or travelcard using the get me there app. Once your purchase is visible on your device, you don’t need an internet connection to display it.

It’s your responsibility to make sure your ticket or travelcard can be accessed before boarding the tram, so ensure that you are logged in to your get me there app account and your ticket or travelcard is visible. If you can’t display on request a visible, valid ticket or travelcard you may be liable for a standard fare of up to £100 and risk prosecution.

If the app has been used but has not been connected to the internet for a long period, you may receive a warning message on your phone. This can be reset by opening the app the next time you have a data or Wi-Fi connection. If you continue to use the app without a connection after receiving several warning messages, you may be blocked from using the app until it is able to ‘check in’ when you are next connected to the internet.

As a security feature, the details of any payment cards or services are removed if you logout of the app or are automatically logged out for security reasons.

If your chosen payment method is declined, your ticket or travelcard will not be downloaded to your smart phone and you will either need to choose an alternative payment method or purchase a printed ticket from the ticket machine on the Metrolink platform.

This might happen if:

  • you change the operating system on your smart phone during the validity period of your ticket or travelcard, which may cause it to expire.
  • the time on your smart phone has been changed manually, which may cause your ticket or travelcard to expire.

Wait until your ticket or travelcard has expired before changing your operating system or the time on your device. Automatic time changes (i.e. if you are travelling abroad and your phone changes time zones automatically), should not affect the availability of any purchases already made. As such it is best to keep your date and time settings set to automatic.

Some mobile devices with older operating systems aren’t as fast as newer smart phones. If you have an older device, please make sure you have sufficient time to purchase and download your ticket or travelcard before you board the tram. Don’t uninstall the app as you will lose any purchases you have made.

You may have been logged out of the app. Check that you are logged in, or log out and back in again to see your active tickets and travelcards. Don’t uninstall the app as you will lose any stored purchases.

If you have restored your device to factory settings, upgraded your operating system or installed third party software (such as anti-virus software), it might affect any active purchases that you have stored on your device. If you are experiencing difficulties and believe this might be the case, please send an email to customerservices@getmethere.com with full details of what you have changed. Please provide the email address associated with your account in order to help us resolve the issue.

Don’t uninstall the app as you will lose any tickets or travelcards that are stored on your phone. Try logging out of the app and logging back in, and then try powering your phone off and back on.

If you continue to experience technical difficulties please send an email to customerservices@getmethere.com or call get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035

The get me there app only operates on Apple smart phones with iOS 7 or later and on Android phones with version 4.0 or later. It cannot be used on devices that have been hacked or ones that use non-standard operating systems.

Manufacturer’s handsets which are not compatible with the get me there app include

  • WileyFox — Swift
  • WileyFox — Storm
  • Yu — Yureka Plus
  • Yu — Yuphoria
  • OnePlus — One
  • Smartfren — Andromax Q

This may happen if the app has not been able to connect to the internet:

  • The app needs to connect with get me there at least every five days. If this hasn’t happened the app will be automatically blocked until the next time your device is connected to the internet and the app is opened
  • If the app is opened 15 times without connecting to get me there, the app will also be blocked. You will need to connect your device to the internet and open the app to unblock it.

This might happen if:

  • you have made five failed attempts to sign in to the app; or
  • there is evidence that the account is being misused.

For more information, contact get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035.

If you have purchased a 28-day ticket and there are 7 days or more left to run, you will be able to transfer it to a different device. You will need to call get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035 in order to get your ticket transferred. Your ticket can only be transferred to the same customer account. Terms and conditions apply.

Unfortunately we are unable to transfer other tickets or travelcards from phones that have been lost or stolen onto replacement devices. Once you have a new smart phone, you’ll be able to download the get me there app and login to your account to buy a new ticket or travelcard.



Using a get me there card

You can order your get me there card through this website, pick one up at any TfGM Travelshop or order one over the phone by calling get me there Customer Services (03000 035 035). Cards will be free for an introductory period.

You can buy selected travelcards that allow you to travel on any Greater Manchester bus*. Whether you buy one from the bus driver, from a TfGM Travelshop or from a PayPoint outlet, your travelcard will be loaded onto your get me there card and then all you’ll need to do is touch in at the on-bus smart reader each time you board.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

You can use your get me there card on any bus service that currently takes System One travelcards.

You should keep your get me there travelcard receipt as proof or purchase in case you get on a bus that isn't yet smart-equipped. You'll also still be able to travel with your card and receipt if there is a technical fault with the bus equipment or with your card.

Here's a full list of bus companies who will accept get me there:-

  • Arriva
  • Bakers
  • Belle Vue Manchester Ltd
  • Burnley and Pendle Travel Ltd
  • Bullocks
  • Chesters
  • Checkmate
  • Courtesy Coaches
  • Cumfy Bus
  • Finches of Wigan
  • First Manchester
  • First West Yorkshire
  • Goodwins Coaches Ltd
  • GHA Coaches
  • High Peak Buses
  • Huddersfield Bus Company
  • Jim Stones
  • Lancashire United
  • Manchester Community Transport
  • M Travel
  • Rossendale Transport Ltd
  • S&S Travel
  • South Lancs Travel / Diamond Bus North West
  • Stagecoach (Manchester, Merseyside and South Lancashire)
  • Stotts Travelmaster
  • Tyrer Tours Ltd
  • Viking Coaches
  • Network Warrington (Warrington Borough Transport)
  • Wigan Buses
  • Warrington Coachways
  • Wigan Coachways

Currently, you can only use your get me there card on bus. To use get me there on Metrolink you'll need to download the get me there app.



Troubleshooting the get me there card

Your get me there card should arrive within 5-7 working days of your application. If it hasn't arrived within that time, please call get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035 or pop into your nearest TfGM Travelshop.

If you've tried to buy a travelcard on the bus or at a TfGM Travelshop and your card is faulty the bus driver or customer service representative will let you know. You will then need to obtain a replacement card, either by ordering a new one online, calling get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035, or calling in at any TfGM Travelshop.

The majority of buses in Greater Manchester will accept get me there —but if you want to double check whether your local bus service does so, you can see see the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there.

A small number of buses* may not be equipped to read smart cards when the scheme is first introduced. We therefore recommend that you hold on to the paper receipt you'll be given when you buy your travelcard as proof of purchase. If the bus isn't equipped to read your card, you can then show your receipt to the driver along with your get me there card, and they'll be able to let you on the bus.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

If you are having problems using your card on some bus services, please call get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035, or calling in at any TfGM Travelshop.

In the meantime, if you hold on to the paper receipt you'll be given when you buy your travelcard as proof of purchase, you can show your receipt to the driver along with your get me there card, and they'll be able to let you on the bus.

Provided you have both your receipt and your get me there card the driver should still allow you to travel. Unfortunately without your receipt there's no proof that you have a valid ticket and you may be asked to pay for your journey. If you experience any problems, please call get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035.

If you have registered your card you can report your card lost, stolen or damaged and you will be sent a replacement card in the post. Alternatively you can do so by calling get me there Customer Services on 03000 035 035 or dropping into your nearest TfGM Travelshop. You will need to purchase a replacement travelcard once you have received your new card. If your card is damaged, you can still travel using your travelcard provided you can show your get me there card alongside your printed receipt.

Unfortunately, get me there travelcards are not refundable, including if your get me there card is lost, stolen or damaged.

You can reset your password by clicking the ‘Forgotten your password?’ link on the ‘Sign in’ screen. You will then need to enter your email address and a link will be sent to you with an automatically-generated password. You'll need to use this to sign in but once you have done so you can change it to something more memorable under the ‘Your details’ section. It is important that you do this for security reasons.



Using other compatible smart cards

If you have a concessionary pass issued by TfGM, you should already be using it to touch in at a smart reader where available, whenever you travel by bus using your free entitlement in Greater Manchester.

Now, if you want to travel on any Greater Manchester bus* before 9.30am Monday to Friday, you can buy a get me there 1-day, 7-day or 28-day travelcard and load it onto your concessionary pass – you then just need to touch in with your pass to get on the bus. However, please note that get me there bus travelcards are unlikely to give you best value unless you make multiple journeys before 9.30am Monday to Friday, as any journeys you make with your pass outside these times are free of charge.

If you have a Welsh concessionary passes or a Scottish National Entitlement Card, you are not eligible for free bus travel in Greater Manchester. However, you can order a get me there card in order to buy and load travelcards that let you travel on any Greater Manchester bus* at any time of day for 1-day, 7-days or 28-days. Or, if your concessionary pass has a round blue logo on it that says ITSO, you can buy and load get me there travelcards directly onto your existing pass.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

If you have a concessionary pass issued in England, but outside Greater Manchester, you are entitled to free bus travel between 9.30am and 11pm on Greater Manchester buses. If your concessionary pass is smart enabled you simply need to touch in at the on-bus smart reader, where available, whenever you travel using your free entitlement.

If you want to travel on any Greater Manchester bus* before 9.30am Monday to Friday or after 11pm, you can buy a get me there 1-day, 7-day or 28-day travelcard and load it onto your concessionary pass – you then just need to touch in with your pass to get on the bus. However, please note that get me there bus travelcards are unlikely to give you best value unless you make multiple journeys before 9.30am or after 11pm Monday to Friday, as any journeys you make with your pass outside these times are free of charge.

If you have a Welsh concessionary pass or a Scottish National Entitlement Card, you are not eligible for free bus travel in Greater Manchester. However, you can order a get me there card in order to buy and load travelcards that let you travel on any Greater Manchester bus* at any time of day for 1-day, 7-days or 28-days. Or, if your concessionary pass has a round blue logo on it that says ITSO, you can buy and load get me there travelcards directly onto your existing pass.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

You can buy get me there travelcards to load onto your igo pass that let you travel on any Greater Manchester bus* at any time of day for 1-day, 7 days or 28 days. You can buy 1-day and 7-day travelcards when you get on the bus, and you can buy 7-day and 28-day travelcards at a TfGM Travelshop or from any PayPoint outlet.

Once your travelcard is loaded onto your igo pass, you then simply use it to touch in every time you board a bus during the period of validity of your travelcard.

A small proportion of buses may not be fully equipped to read smart cards in the first stages of the scheme's introduction. For that reason, we recommend you keep hold of the paper receipt you will be given when you buy your travelcard, just in case you need to produce it alongside your igo pass as proof of purchase.

The range of travelcards will be extended in future phases of get me there. If you want us to let you know as soon as this happens, just sign up to receive more information on the next stages of get me there.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

If you already have a StagecoachSmart card, you can buy and load 1-day and 7-day get me there travelcards onto it when you get on any Greater Manchester bus*. At TfGM Travelshops or PayPoint outlets you can also buy and load 7-day and 28-day travelcards onto your StagecoachSmart card.

There's nothing to stop you ordering your own get me there card too, if you want to have the maximum flexibility for using get me there travelcards across other modes of transport in the future.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there

Check to see if your card has a round blue logo on it that says ITSO. If it does then you should be able to buy and load get me there travelcards onto your existing smart card.

ITSO is the UK Government standard for smart ticketing and only cards issued by ITSO-compliant smart card schemes will work with get me there.

Please note that London's Oyster scheme is not ITSO-compliant and you therefore can't load get me there travelcards onto an Oyster card.

If you already have a TfGM-issued Cycle Hub Membership card, you'll be able to buy and load 1-day and 7-day get me there travelcards onto it when you get on any Greater Manchester bus*. At TfGM Travelshops or PayPoint outlets you'll also be able to buy and load 7-day and 28-day travelcards onto your Cycle Hub card.

Unfortunately, you can't yet load a Cycle Hub membership onto your get me there card, however we are working to make this possible in the future.

*See the full list of bus companies that will accept get me there