Question - How much is a TransLink day pass?

Answered by: Annie Parker  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 07-09-2021  |  Views: 1283  |  Total Questions: 13

Fare Pricing Fare Product Zones Adult Monthly Pass (Compass Card) 1 $98 2 $131 3 $177 DayPass All $10. The day pass is good, technically, to midnight, but Translink has said it would be allowed until "last bus" which is about 1 am when service stops for 4-5 hours during the night. A single 1 zone $2. 50 fare/2 zone $3. 75 fare is good for 90 min on all transit services. $6 Refundable Card Deposit: Compass Cards cost $6, which is a refundable deposit, meaning that if you no longer need your card you can return it to us at one of our customer service locations or by mail. All DayPasses are available for sale at Ticket machines. Ticket Machines accept credit, debit or cash. One-day DayPasses are also available on buses. Just ask your bus driver as you board. 1-Way $1. 75 1-Day Pass $7 7-Day Pass $25 30-Day Pass $100 LIFE 30-Day Pass (low-income) $76

Regular Fares Fares & Passes Full Fare Mobility One-way 1. 90 2. 10 Day Pass / 1-Day Pass 4. 40 -- Weekly / 7-Day Pass 21. 00 -- Monthly / 31-Day Pass 74. 00 --

A: The METRO Day Pass is reloadable fare media, offering unlimited local bus and rail service for just three paid taps of your card. You never pay more than $3 a day to ride our local bus or rail service.

A 24-Hour Pass is easy to use. Simply insert it in the card reader on the farebox as you board the bus or use it as proof of payment on METRO lines. It's valid for 24 hours from first use.

You can't use your Compass Card to pay for more than one person's travel at the same time. (That means you can't tap in and then pass your card to the person behind you. ) You can, however, use the Stored Value on your card to purchase a ticket from a Compass Vending Machine and give it to another passenger.

A concession fare is 50 percent cheaper than an adult fare and some concession card holders are eligible for free travel on TransLink and qconnect, and regional ferry services.

DayPass and Other Passes DayPasses are available at Tourism Vancouver's Visitor Centre, from ticket machines in SkyTrain and SeaBus stations, and from select London Drugs locations. You can buy the pass either as a single-use Compass Ticket, or load the pass onto your reusable Compass Card.

Single-zone adult fares are $2. 75 and will rise to $2. 85. The two-zone fare will go up to $4. 10 from $4, and the three-zone fare will increase to $5. 60 from $5. 50. One-zone adult monthly passes will go from $91 to $93. Two-zone adult passes will increase from $124 to $126.

On the bus, you can pay for a one-way fare in cash. Buses accept $1 bills and most coins (no half-dollars). Transfer is not available when paying in cash on the bus.

Adult One Day Bus & Tram Pass 7 Day Bus & Tram Pass Monthly Bus & Tram Pass £5. 00 £21. 20 £81. 50

Bus fare is $2. 75*, payable with MetroCard or exact change (no dollar bills). People 65 years or older and people with qualifying disabilities who show proper form of identification (including Reduced-Fare MetroCard or a Medicare card) are eligible for reduced fare.

Cash Fare. Riders do not need exact change. In addition to coins, the Metro Bus Fare Collection system will accept $1, $5, $10, or $20 bills.

If you're paying your fare with cash, have exact change as drivers do not carry change. If you have a ticket or bus pass, please have it ready when you board the bus. Current fares can be viewed here.

A: You can now use a credit or debit card to pay for your ticket on buses using contactless. Instead of paying with cash, you can pay contactless by placing your card or device on the yellow contactless reader.