The city of Ulsan’s bus fares will increase by 200 won, the first rise in four years.
The city announced yesterday that it plans to adjust the bus fare adjustment based on the results of the city bus transportation cost survey.
According to the fare plan, the general city bus fare will be raised from 1,300 won to 1,500 won in cash while card payments also jump from 1,250 won to 1,450 won.
The seat bus fares will be increased from 2,300 won to 2,500 won for cash and 2,280 won for cards from 2,080 won.
The branch bus will raise cash from 950 won to 1,100 won and cards from 900 to 1,030 won respectively.
Village bus cost will rise from 900 to 1,050 won and cards from 880 to 1,000 won.
Limousines will rise from 3,700 won to 3,900 won for cash and 3,500 won to 3,650 won using cards.
The city bus fare adjustment plan will be finalized by the mayor this month, after hearing from the city council and next month’s price action committee.