Question: How Do You Pay For The Bus?

MBTA fixed-route bus and Silver Line bus fares are paid at the onboard fare box located at the front of the bus.

  • Tip: Some Silver Line stops are underground, so you will pay your fare the same way you would pay a subway fare.
  • Tip! If the fare box beeps once, your fare payment has been accepted.
  • Tip!

MBTA fixed-route bus and Silver Line bus fares are paid at the onboard fare box located at the front of the bus.

  • Tip: Some Silver Line stops are underground, so you will pay your fare the same way you would pay a subway fare.
  • Tip! If the fare box beeps once, your fare payment has been accepted.
  • Tip!

The express bus fare is $6.50. You can pay with Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard, 7-Day Express Bus Plus MetroCard or exact change in coins, but no pennies or bills, please.

  • Paying Your Fare. Cost per trip is $2.25.
  • A Sign Marks the Bus Stop. Always wait for the bus at the green bus stop sign, which lists the routes serving the stops.
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Metro’s base fare is $1.75. You can pay cash each time you board a Metro bus (bus operators don’t carry change, so you’ll need exact fare) or buy and add value to a reusable TAP card from TAP vending machines at Metro Rail or Metro Orange Line stations.For the easiest trip:

  • Plan your trip. Use an online trip planner (below), use a map, or call +1 (312) 836-7000.
  • Buy your fare. At every vending machine, you can buy disposable tickets and reloadable Ventra Cards (which can store both value and passes for rides).
  • Go! Board a bus or train and enjoy Chicago!

Purchasing Options for All Fares and Passes

  • Purchase on the Bus or Streetcar. You can buy a one way fare for $1.25 or a one-day pass for $3 directly from your bus driver or a streetcar operator, using cash or exact change only.
  • Purchase with GoMobile App.
  • Purchase Online with MyRTA.
  • Purchase at RTA Retail Vendor Locations.
  • Purchase at Ticket Vending Machines (TVM)

ST Express buses. You can use cash or an ORCA card to pay your ST Express bus fare. Pay as you enter the bus. Bus drivers do not carry change, so you will need exact fare.NYC operates approximately 61 express bus routes. Most express buses run on a schedule during weekday rush hours only. The express bus fare is $6.50. You can pay with Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard, 7-Day Express Bus Plus MetroCard or exact change in coins, but no pennies or bills, please.Paying Fare Using Paper Tickets and Passes

  • On the bus. Using cash. When you board, place your exact cash fare in the farebox.
  • On MAX. Using a ticket. There are no fareboxes onboard MAX.
  • On WES. Using a ticket. There are no fareboxes on board WES.
  • On Portland Streetcar. Using a ticket.
  • Go to your nearest rail station. You can board or exit rail at many stations across the metro area (see map).
  • Pay your fare. Purchase tickets.
  • Locate the correct platform.
  • Stand behind the yellow strip.
  • Prepare to Board.
  • Be ready for fare inspection.
  • Exit at your stop.
  • How to transfer between rail and bus.

Can you pay for the bus with a card?

A: You can use a credit or debit card to pay for your ticket on buses only where contactless payment is accepted.

How do you pay for Metro Bus?

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How much is the bus fare?

Fares & MetroCard. The fare for a subway or local bus ride is $2.75*. The fare for an express bus ride is $6.75. If you qualify for reduced fare, you can travel for half fare.

Do buses take cash?

Paying fare with cash

Ride On fare boxes accept coins (except pennies) and bills. If you pay your fare with cash, the exact fare is required. Bus operators cannot make change or accept money.