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To Celebrate Canada Day, Translink Raised All Fare Prices

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While you were busy celebrating Canada’s 152nd birthday, Translink quietly raised all fare prices once again.

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The new fare prices, which are now in full-effect, are as follows:

Compass Stored Value:

  • Adult (1-Zone): $2.40 (up from $2.30)
  • Adult (2-Zone): $3.45 (up from $3.35)
  • Adult (3-Zone): $4.50 (up from $4.40)
  • Concession (1-Zone): $1.95 (up from $1.85)
  • Concession (2-Zone): $2.95 (up from $2.85)
  • Concession (3-Zone): $3.95 (up from $3.85)

Cash/Compass Ticket/Tap To Pay:

  • Adult (1-Zone): $3.00 (up from $2.95)
  • Adult (2-Zone): $4.25 (up from $4.20)
  • Adult (3-Zone): $5.75 (up from $5.70)
  • Concession (1-Zone): $1.95 (up from $1.90)
  • Concession (2-Zone): $2.95 (up from $2.90)
  • Concession (3-Zone): $3.95 (up from $3.90)

Monthly Pass: 

  • Adult (1-Zone): $98 (up from $95)
  • Adult (2-Zone): $131 (up from $128)
  • Adult (3-Zone): $177 (up from $174)

Day Pass:

  • Adult (All-Zones): $10.50 (up from $10.25)
  • Concession (All-Zones): $8.25 (up from $8)

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Also increasing will be Translink’s parking tax, for parking rights sold by the hour, day, and month. The tax will be increasing from 21% to 24%.

No rider enjoys increased fare prices, but Translink once again reiterates that price fare increases contribute to system maintenance, service improvements, and future development.

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