Most buses in Vilnius are owned and operated by the city, with a few private buses offering a ride for the same price as a city bus if you bought your ticket from a kiosk (2Lt). For the uninitiated, recognising which is a private and which is a city bus isn’t easy. As a rule, city buses tend to be blue and yellow, but not always. Private buses are a little faster as they don’t have to pull in at every stop along the route. Tickets for private buses are only available on board, and are sold by a conductor who makes a tour of the vehicle every few stops. If riding on a city bus, single tickets need to be validated in the appropriate device. Buy a ticket from the driver if you don't already have one for 2.50Lt.