Point-to-point travelpasses, modular travelcards and regional travelcards
Smoother travelling, thanks to point-to-point travelpass, modular travelcards or regional travelcards.
The point-to-point travelpass is the optimal solution for people who travel regularly on the same route.
- The point-to-point travelpass is available for children and young people from the age of 6 years up to their 25th birthday, and for adults 25 and over.
- Travelpasses can be purchased for seven days, one month or one year. Annual point-to-point travelpasses offer a price advantage (you travel for 12 months but only pay for 9).
- Point-to-point travelpasses are available for both first and second class travel.
If the route you wish to travel on is located within a fare network, you will receive a regional travelcard rather than a point-to-point travelpass.
Please note: after a certain distance of travel, it makes more sense to purchase a GA travelcard.
Forgot your season ticket?
If you leave your point-to-point travelpass at home or in the office, you can purchase a temporary travelpass at a ticket counter for a fee of CHF 5.00, but you must present an official identity document when you make the purchase.
Combining travel on different routes and in different zones with a modular travelcardDo you regularly travel between two fare networks or outside a fare network? If so, the modular travelcard is the right ticket for you.
The modular travelcard replaces the existing inter-regional travelcard. It has been available since 1 April 2017. The modular travelcard allows you to combine zones and routes easily, flexibly and individually.
Modular travelcards for second class travel are available for children and young people from the age of 6 years up to their 25th birthday. Adults (from 25) can purchase a modular travelcard for either first or second class travel. Travelcards can be purchased for between one and 12 months. Modular travelcards for 12 months offer a price advantage, and young people can also benefit from attractive discounts up until their 25th birthday. If the route you wish to travel on is within a fare network, you may only use a regional travelcard – i.e. you may not use a modular travelcard. If you travel regularly on a specific route only, then a point-to-point travelpass is the ideal ticket for you.
Examples of possible combinations:Zone–route–zone
Zones: 125 Libero (Münsingen)
10/20 BeoAbo (Thun)
Zone: 100/101 Libero (Bern)
The modular travelcard is issued on the Swiss Pass.
Further information is available at points of sale and BLS Travel Centres..
You can obtain further information directly from the various fare network operators in the BLS network.