Those who only use public transport in Greater Zurich occasionally will benefit from buying a single ticket or multiple-journey ticket.
A multiple-journey ticket comprises six single journeys. With this ticket you save up to 10 per cent on single journey fares.
|Adult||Child / Half-Fare travelcard|
| Validity in hours
||2nd class CHF|| 1st class CHF
||2nd class CHF||1st class CHF|
Zones and validity times are printed on all tickets. For as long as your ticket is valid, you can travel as often as you wish on all types of transport in your selected zones. You can check the areas of validity for short-distance tickets and local networks by consulting the tables on ticket machines or asking the drivers of local and regional buses.
Multiple-journey tickets must be stamped in a machine before travelling.
Juniors with equivalent multiple-journey tickets
Where one field on a multiple-journey ticket is validated at full price, two persons can travel provided they are both eligible for a reduced fare (i.e. children, Half-Fare travelcard holders) and at least three zones are paid for.
Zurich (zone 110) and Winterthur (zone 120) each count as two zones as the public transport networks in these cities are much more dense than elsewhere.
Short-distance trips in the cities of Zurich and Winterthur may involve travel over city boundaries. Areas of validity are shown on the ticket machines.
A local network covers a municipality (not including the cities of Zurich and Winterthur).
To use the nighttime network you need an additional night supplement (CHF 5).