You can save time & money on your daily commute with Merseyrail this Autumn

Cure the congestion and beat the traffic by getting the train with Merseyrail.

If you’re wasting precious time sat in traffic, in a panic about parking or paying through the nose for fuel, why not get smart and get the train? Using the Merseyrail network to get to and from work allows you to spend your commuting time doing something worth while. Read the paper, check your emails, complete your Sudoku and prepare for the day ahead.

With 68 stations across the network, plus 600 services every day, your trip to work can be stress-free and more cost effective too. Merseyrail offers lots of different ticket options to suit your working week. Day return tickets start from £2.05 and you can get weekly, monthly or annual rail passes to help make savings.

5 things you need to know about commuting with Merseyrail…

1 – Ticket Prices

Merseyrail network has some of the most affordable fares in the country. With daily and weekly tickets and seasonal passes to suit every need from part-time to full-time and weekend workers, Merseyrail offers the best value for money on local travel. Click here to check out the rail pass calculator.

2 – Your Local Station

Did you know that Merseyrail has 68 stations throughout the Liverpool City Region? Connecting you from the airport to the suburbs, the city centre to Wirral and beyond. Click here to see the map and find your local station. 

3 – Trains by the Minute

Merseyrail operates more than 600 regular services per day. Trains that serve the city centre underground stations (Liverpool Central, Moorfields, Hamilton Square and James Street) run as frequently as every few minutes, meaning you can skip the tunnel congestion and the tolls and arrive just a short walk from your workplace.

4 – Stay Connected

Merseyrail is committed to ensuring you stay connected during your journey, so free passenger WIFI is now available at underground stations. Log on at Liverpool Central, Moorfields, James Street, Hamilton Square and Conway Park stations. Free WIFI will be introduced at Lime Street Low Level station and the Old Hall Street entrance to Moorfields later this year.

5 – Plan Ahead

If you’ve never taken the train, the station staff are on hand to help you get to your destination, however you can also plan as you go with the Merseyrail Journey Planner. Download the Merseyrail App here, and check out the live departure boards on the go.

To find out where your nearest station is and how much you could save by taking the train, head to www.merseyrail.org to check out ticket prices and plan your journey. Follow @merseyrail on Twitter for live service updates while you’re on the go.

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