Why is the Municipal card sold in some municipalities?
The Municipal card is an example of a so-called third payer payment agreement.
To encourage use of public transport, municipalities can agree a third payer payment system agreement with De Lijn. This means that the municipality wholly or partially intervenes in the costs of public transport. As a result the passenger can travel more cheaply or even for free by bus or tram.
You can use the Municipal card to travel from and to a stop in the municipality concerned. The Municipality card is only on sale in our advance points of sale.
Advance sales points
- Does De Lijn also sell Jump tickets?
- Where can I find a presale point?
- Why are tickets more expensive on the bus or tram?
- Can I buy tickets on the bus or tram?
- What can I do if the ticket vending machine is out of order?
- What should I do if there isn't enough balance on my Lijn card to pay for the journey?