Metro’s urban network is divided into zones, and urban Adult fares relate to how many zones you travel within: 1 Zone, 2 Zones, or All Zones.
- 1 Zone fares can be used within a single zone only, without crossing a zone boundary.
- 2 Zones fares can be used to travel between two zones, crossing one zone boundary.
- All Zones fares can be used to travel between more than two zones.
Student and Concession customers pay a flat fare regardless of the number of zones travelled.
The Hobart urban area is divided into five zones: CENTRAL, NORTHERN, EASTERN, SOUTHERN and BRIGHTON
The urban zones are in addition to the non-urban fare zones that relate to Channel and South Arm services.
The Launceston network is divided into two zones – CENTRAL and VALLEY
The Burnie urban area all falls within one zone – CENTRAL
The Central zone is in addition to the non-urban fare zones that relate to Penguin, Ulverstone, Devonport, Latrobe and Wynyard services.