Modes of transport in the UK other than flight
What are the other modes of transport in the UK other than flight?
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UK has a great network of public transportation that makes traveling accessible for students. The average monthly cost for traveling in the UK comes up to around £140 per month. The most extensive network of public transportation in the UK is the tube (underground rail network). Traveling by tube can help save a lot on travel costs.
However, the tube is not present in a lot of cities across the country. But you can access trains to travel both short and long distances. You can even purchase a ‘Young Persons Railcard‘ for £30 if you are a student at any university in the UK. The railcard lets you avail of a 30% discount on train travel across the UK, lowering your living expenses. Buses are the next best option for travel across the UK.
If you wish to travel long distances, then you will need to avail flights or long-distance trains.
Read about all these points in detail here: Cost of living in the UK | 5 expenses you must know about!
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