NOTICE: The following fares will be applied from January, 1st for all means of transport covered by the Consortium Card, although in the case of interurban buses they will be applied from January, 16th, although the new discount will be applied retroactively.
These new fares have been reduced with an additional 20% discount compared to those introduced from September, 1st 2022. Users who pay for their journeys with the Consortium Card on metropolitan buses between January 1st to 15th will receive this additional discount by a compensation procedure that will be notified on our website and official communication channels.
|Fare Crossings||Single Ticket||Travel Card|
|0||1,55 €||0,50 €||0,41 €||0,33 €||0,33 €||0,42 €|
|1||1,70 €||0,57 €||0,49 €|
|2||2,40 €||0,76 €||0,68 €|
|3||3,60 €||1,25 €||1,17 €|
|* Transfers between metropolitan buses, and between urban and metropolitan buses
Transfers between EMT urban buses are free (during first hour)
|Fare Crossings||Transfer Time|
Passengers using local EMT bus services in Malaga may change buses an unlimited number of times free of charge from the second local stage of their journey onwards.
The Consortium also offers the following services and special fares:
|Id||Route||Fare Crossings||Single Ticket||Travel Card|
|A (EMT) (*)||Paseo del Parque - Aeropuerto (Expres)||-||-||4,00€|
|M-168||Málaga-Rincón de la Victoria-Cotomar (Búho)||-||3,50€||1,25€|
(*) Transfer is not allowed in this route
The Consortium travel card can be used to purchase single, round trip and ten trips tickets on Renfe’s Suburban train services in the provinces of Malaga, Seville and Cadiz, though the prices charged will be the same as the standard fares applicable in each case.
On the first stage of a journey, the fare charged will not be based on the number of zones for which the card has been configured (as occurs with the Malaga Consortium travel card) but will instead depend on the number of zones that will be crossed to complete the journey.
When transfers, the following fare system is applied:
- If the number of fare crossings involved in the second stage is equal to or smaller than that of the first, the standard transfer fare will be charged.
- However, if the second stage involves a larger number of fare crossings than the first, a sum corresponding to the difference between the fare for the current stage and that of the previous one will be charged in addition to the standard transfer fare.
- Therefore, the total cost of the journey will be the fare for the stage involving the largest number of fare crossings plus the standard transfer charge.