Public transport in Bucharest ranks second in terms of price level among important cities in Romania, according to data published by Mobilitate Cluj Napoca.
Thus, with a ticket cost of 3 lei and a validity of 90 minutes from first validation, Bucharest residents travels for 30 minutes with 1 lei. Only public transport in Iasi is cheaper. The ticket price is still 3 lei, but it is valid for 120 minutes.
Moreover, the cost in lei per minute of the trip is only 0.025 lei in Iasi and 0.033 lei / minute in Bucharest.
Cluj-Napoca recorded the highest price of public transport in the country. Thus, a ticket costs 3 lei with a validity of 30 minutes from first validation and 6 lei with a validity of 60 minutes. Brasov has the lowest level of the price of a ticket, 2.5 lei, but the duration of the trip is only 50 minutes from validation.
Bucharest has the lowest price for monthly public transport subscriptions in the country
Bucharest is the city with the lowest cost of local transport subscriptions, 80 lei / 30 days (also valid in the metropolitan area), which means a cost of only 2.66 lei / day.
Brasov has the second cheapest subscription for local transport between large cities in Romania, with a price of 85 lei / 30 days, followed by Sibiu with a subscription price of 86 lei / 30 days.
The most expensive public transport subscriptions are those in Cluj-Napoca, 177 lei / 30 days or 5.9 lei / day and Timisoara, 130 lei / 30 days or 4.33 lei / day.