In Sweden, local transport is always linked with regional transport (länstrafik). Regional passes are valid both in the city and on rural routes. Town and city bus fares are around Skr20, but it usually works out cheaper to get a day card or other travel pass.
Swedish and Danish trains and buses around the Öresund area form an integrated transport system, so buying tickets to Copenhagen from any station in the region is as easy as buying tickets for Swedish journeys.
Public transport is heavily subsidised and well organised. It’s divided into 24 regional networks (länstrafik), but with an overarching Resplus system (www.samtrafiken.se), where one ticket is valid on trains and buses. Timetables are available online.