Taking your bicycle on TPF services

Our policy for carrying bicycles
Subject to space being available and on condition that other passengers are not inconvenienced, passengers will be entitled to take a conventional bicycle (excluding e-bikes with yellow plates) on buses operating on regional and urban lines, on trains and on the funicular. A charge will be made. Buses operating on routes 123 (Fribourg - Schwarzsee) and 263 (Epagny - Moléson) have bicycle racks.

Restrictions on bus routes

  • Bicycles cannot be carried at peak times. 
  • Drivers are entitled to refuse bicycles if circumstances require that.
  • In every case, wheelchairs and push-chairs have priority over bicycles.
  • Groups of five or more passengers must reserve space in advance at a TPF sales point. Reservations must be made at least 48 working hours before starting the journey. 

Restrictions on railway lines

  • Groups of ten or more cannot take their bikes with them on the train.

Safety

Passengers must hold onto their bicycles to ensure that the bicycles cannot move during the journey. Passengers are responsible for any loss and damage which may arise.

Charges

Trains and the funicular

Types of ticket which are valid

  • Ordinary second-class ticket
  • Bicycle passport
  • Day pass for a bicycle

Reduced tarif

  • Holders of Frimobil tickets
  • Holders of an Abonnement General or a half fare card
  • Young people 6 - 16 travelling alone

 

Regional buses / Agglo Fribourg / Mobul

Types of ticket which are valid

  • Ordinary second-class ticket

 

Reduced tarif

  • Holders of Frimobil season tickets
  • Holders of an Abonnement General or a half fare card
  • Young people 6 - 16 travelling alone

Bicycle passports and day passes for bicycles are not valid

Use public transport for your leisure activities

Whatever interests you, let us take you there. Much more than just a journey, a day out using public transport guarantees an enjoyable time together in comfort and safety.

Ideas for trips out: tpf.ch/en/evasion