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Exact Fare Required

Fare payment is easy on CTTRANSIT buses with cash, ticket and pass options.

 
Effective
1/19/14
Regular Cash Fare $1.50
Children (Age 4 & under)
Maximum of three with each adult.
FREE
Youth (Age 5-18)
Cash
10-Ride Ticket
Proof of age may be requested.



$1.20
$10.80
Transfers
Free transfers are valid for unlimited rides on local CTTRANSIT buses, going in any direction, for two hours from time issued, until printed time and date of expiration. A transfer is issued at the time the fare is paid upon boarding.
FREE
Fare Structure: Senior/Disabled
Cash
10-Ride Ticket
31-Day Pass:
Medicare card or state-issued Reduced Fare ID card must be shown upon boarding.





75¢
$6.75
$27.00
10-Ride Ticket
Multi-ride ticket with no expiration date.
$13.50
All-Day Pass
May be purchased on bus. Please tell bus operator you want a pass before depositing money. Bus tokens have no cash value and cannot be combined with cash to purchase All-Day passes.
$3.00
90-Minute Pass
Pre-printed (not purchased on the bus) 90-Minute Passes purchased prior to 1/19/2014 will continue to be valid for 90-Minutes of unlimited rides on local buses.


Two (2)-Hour Pass

$1.50
3-Day Pass

$7.50
5-Day Pass

$12.00
7-Day Pass

$16.50
31-Day Pass


$54.00


Passes valid for unlimited rides beginning with date of first use during specified time period.

Note: Bus Operators and fareboxes do not make change. Fareboxes accept $1 bills and U.S coins only. Do not deposit $5, $10 or $20 bills.

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Commuter tax incentive programs are making a difference to thousands of employees throughout the state. In addition to monetary rewards, participants enjoy a less stressful commute and take satisfaction in knowing they are helping relieve congestion and reducing the environmental impact of driving alone to work.

Save money on your way to work!

Commuter Tax Benefit is Connecticut's program to promote the federal tax law that allows employees to set aside pre-tax income to pay for commuting costs.

If you spend at least $100 or more per month on your bus, you may save over $400 annually on federal and state income taxes alone. For more information, contact your Human Resources department and ask about Connecticut's Commuter Tax Benefit program to find out if it has been implemented.



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