a. I have a ticket to ride.
b. I have a ticket to ride with.
Are both these sentences correct and do they mean the same?
Does one ride with a ticket?
Does one ride a ticket?
Is (a) really grammatical if we are talking about having a train ticket?
How about (b)?
"I have a key to open the door." is equivalent to "I have a key to open the door with."
Is (a) the equivalent of (b)?
I know the Beatles' song, but this is not a question about that song. It is just a question about the grammar of that sentence if the sentence is really about a bus ticket or something of the sort.