- Can you get change on the bus?
- How long do bus tickets last?
- Can a bus driver refuse you for not having change?
- Do you have to pay for the bus?
- Do buses take 5 dollar bills?
- How much is bus fare right now?
- Can I still use GRT bus tickets?
- How much does it cost for a bus?
- Can you pay for the bus with a debit card?
- Can stores refuse to accept change?
- Can bus drivers kick you off?
- Can shops refuse to accept legal tender?
Can you get change on the bus?
Tap your ORCA card on the ORCA reader to have your fare deducted.
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.
On Swift bus rapid transit, you pay at the station before boarding.
How long do bus tickets last?
A single fare is valid for 90 minutes on bus, SkyTrain and SeaBus. Your fare is calculated from the time you tap at a card reader.
Can a bus driver refuse you for not having change?
“We don’t refuse travel. If they can’t change the note by the end of the customer’s journey, they hand the cash back – take the customer’s details and they are asked to pay within seven days at a travel shop.
Do you have to pay for the bus?
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. * The cost of a SingleRide ticket is $3.00.
Do buses take 5 dollar bills?
The fareboxes will still accept $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills, nickels, dimes, quarters and dollar coins.
How much is bus fare right now?
The current bus and light rail fares are $1.75 during non-rush hours and $2.25 at rush hour, with unlimited transfers for 2 1/2 hours. Rides on express buses cost $2.25 and $3, respectively.
Can I still use GRT bus tickets?
Pick up your EasyGO fare card from GRT customer service and load your monthly pass or stored value (minimum $10 load) on the card. You can also pick up a new adult card from the fare vending machines. Paper tickets are no longer accepted on GRT.
How much does it cost for a bus?
The cost of each vehicle depends on a variety of features, including size and manufacturer, but the most important factor is typically what kind of propulsion system the bus uses. Diesel buses are the most common type of bus in the United States, and they cost around $550,000 per vehicle (according to a 2016 study).
Can you pay for the bus with a debit card?
Most machines accept cash and major credit/debit cards.
Can stores refuse to accept change?
Private businesses are free to develop their own policies on whether or not to accept cash unless there is a State law which says otherwise. In addition, movie theaters, convenience stores and gas stations may refuse to accept large denomination currency (usually notes above $20) as a matter of policy.”
Can bus drivers kick you off?
A bus driver can not legally kick someone off the bus, the school is responsible for seeing them get to/from their home and if that they were to get kicked off and then vanish or something you can see the issue there, that’s why they are not allowed to do such a thing.
Can shops refuse to accept legal tender?
Yes. A shop is under no obligation to sell you anything, nor to sell it to you at the price on the label. Specific advertising of goods at certain prices may be more legally binding. However, if you owe a sum of money, then the creditor may not refuse accepting legal tender in repayment of that debt.