Find out what you can bring on board the bus, tram and boat, and how much it costs.
Find out how to travel with for instance bikes and other luggage.
Bus and tram
You can bring your dog free of charge.
How to travel with a dog
- Dogs must be kept on a leash and must not obstruct free passage.
- It is your responsibility to ensure that the dog does not inconvenience other passengers.
- You yourself are responsible for any harm the dog causes to others.
- Animals are not permitted directly on seats, and must sit on the floor or on your lap during transport.
You pay child fare to bring your dog.
Dogs and other animals must be kept in a cage and placed in a designated area shown to you by the crew. This is to avoid contact with chairs and carpets in the passenger lounge, for the benefit of those with allergies and other passengers. This is to meet the demands for universal design.
If you are blind or impaired, have a lead dog, or have a documented assistance dog, you do not have to pay for the dog. Paying police in uniform may bring a police dog free of charge.
It is the staff who decide whether there is room for bringing a bicycle on board.
Bus and tram
You pay child fare to bring a bike, sled or similar.
Small scooters that you can easily take under your arm can be brought free.
Please note that bicycles and the like can not be prioritized if the bus or tram is full.
You can bring your bike for free on the boat.
You can bring hand luggage on board when this does not prevent other travelers. The hand luggage must be placed so that it does not represent a safety hazard.
You can bring skis for free on the bus, tram and boat. The staff decides if there is room. AtB accepts no liability for any damages.
Note that you can not bring a kayak on the boats.
This can not be brought on board
- Flammable and explosive substances
- Motorized bikes or gear
- Charged weapons
- Sharp objects
- Malignant objects
- Other items that may cause risk or inconvenience to others