Fares & passes
|Single fare (debit/credit card)
One Fare Program
With the One Fare Program, your fare includes a free two-hour transfer to Brampton Transit, Durham Region Transit, MiWay and York Region Transit.Your TTC fare will be discounted from your GO Transit trip, when you start your trip on the TTC.This program only applies when using a PRESTO card, PRESTO in Google Wallet, or debit/credit card.
When you pay your fare on the TTC using a PRESTO card, PRESTO Ticket, PRESTO in Google Wallet, debit or credit card, you get a two-hour transfer that allows you to enter and exit the TTC as much as you’d like within a two hour period.
|Senior (65+) or Youth (13-19)
|Post-Secondary Monthly Pass
|Fair Pass Transit Discount Program
TTC Tip: The TTC 12-Month Pass requires customers to sign up for a 12-month contract with PRESTO that offers a discounted rate on monthly passes.
The TTC monthly pass on PRESTO are available for sale from the last 12 days of the current month up to the 8th day of the next month.
Get more information about TTC monthly passes on PRESTO.
|Pass or fare type
Available only for conventions, conferences, meetings, etc.
Available for eligible customers with disabilities
Available from the CNIB for eligible customers
GTA Zone Fares
Pay your MiWay and YRT fare on TTC buses that travel into Mississauga and York Region by simply tapping your PRESTO card when you board and/or exit the vehicle. Learn more about the One Fare Program, which provides free transfers between the TTC and MiWay and York Region Transit and a fare discount between the TTC and GO Transit.
Available for eligible low-income customers
More information about fares:
How to buy fares and passes
- FAQ about Fares and Passes
PRESTO on the TTC
- TTC Monthly Pass on PRESTO
- Two-hour transfer
- Fair Pass Transit Discount Program
- Convention Pass
- TTC CNIB Transit Card
- Support Person Assistance Card
- Post-Secondary Students Seniors Youths and Children
- 5-Year Fare Policy and 10-Year Fare Collection Outlook
- Eligible Post-Secondary Schools
- FAQ for Post-Secondary Students
- Fare evasion