Fare Structure

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Fare Payment

The farebox will accept coins with the exception of pennies and will automatically count and display the amount as it is inserted. Paper money ($1, $5, $10 and $20 denominations; Canadian and US), will also be accepted.

Exact cash fare only on board any bus, operators cannot make change..

You can even add value to your i-Ride Pass Card on board any bus. You can also visit the Bus Terminal, City Hall or the MacBain Centre. If paying by Debit or Credit Card you must one of these locations. The buses accept cash only and do not provide change.

Regular Fares

ClassificationPrice30 Day
10 Ride PassDay Pass (Municipal Transit)
Adult$2.75 (Exact fare)$75.00$25.00$7.00
Senior$2.50 (must produce I.D.)
65+ years
Student$2.50 (must produce I.D)
13-19 years
Child5 years and under - FREE
Between 6 & 12 years - $1.50


Regular Fare Notes

High School Student Semester Passes are $216.00 (13-19 years old). 

Brock Rapid

FarePriceConditionsTransfer to St.Catharines
or Welland Transit
One Way$3.50One Way$1.00

Brock Rapid Note

Valid Brock Student ID for the current School year provides unlimited rides on all Niagara Falls Transit Buses. (Brock ID must be validated) see Student Union Rep for more information.

Niagara College

One-way cash fare$3.50

Niagara College Note

If you need to take another Niagara Falls Transit bus to get to the Niagara-on-the-Lake (Glendale) bus departure point, pay the $3.50 fare and get a transfer. There's no need to pay twice.

Fort Erie to Niagara

One-way cash fare, includes free transfer to Niagara Falls Transit$3.50