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Metro Fares Change on July 1, 2010

A revised Metro fare structure takes effect on July 1, 2010.

Please note that Student, Senior and LACTOA/Disabled fares will remain unchanged as a result of Measure R. Fares on the Metro Silver Line are also unaffected.


Regular

Senior/
Disabled/
Medicare*

Base Fare
Required for each boarding

$1.50

$0.55

Metro Day Pass
Good for local travel until 3am the following day. May be purchased aboard buses ( TAP Card required ) or at Metro ticket vending machines. Zone charges may apply on some lines.

$6.00

$1.80

Metro-to-Muni Transfer
Required for transfer to municipal lines; Not valid on Metro Bus and Metro Rail

$0.35

$0.10

Freeway Express Add-Ons
Bus only on freeway routes

Zone 1

$0.70

$0.30

Zone 2

$1.40

$0.60

Seniors Age 62+/Disabled Off-Peak Base Fare
Weekdays 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. – 5 a.m.;
All day on weekends and Federal holidays

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$0.25

Metro Silver Line
See complete Silver Line fare structure.

$2.45

$1.15 peak

$0.85 off-peak

*See Reduced Fare eligibility requirements


Weekly Pass

$20

Monthly Pass

$75

Day Pass $6 May be purchased in quantities of up to 8 at a time

Freeway Express Stamp

Bus only; maximum two zones

$22

per zone

EZ transit pass

Good for travel on Metro bus, Metro Rail and many additional carriers

$84

EZ Premium Stamp

May only be affixed to EZ transit pass

$22

per zone

Money-Saving Tips

Buying a pass is often less expensive than paying the $1.50 base fare. The chart below can help you find the best pass value for your needs.

If you buy a:

You save:

Day Pass ($6)

after 4 boardings per day

Weekly Pass ($20)

after 13 boardings per week

Monthly Pass ($75)

after 50 boardings per month

Note: New TAP cards are $2 and must be sold with a pass loaded.


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