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Current Fares

Effective February 1, 2020

Children (0 - 12)

Free when accompanied by a fare-paying customer (youth, adult, senior). Children not accompanied by a fare-paying customer must pay cash fare or a youth ticket.  

Youth (24 and under)

Cash $3.50
Ticket (book of 10) $19
Monthly Pass  $75
($72.50 effective September 1, 2020) 

 
Adult (25 - 64)

Cash $3.50
Ticket (book of 10) $27
Monthly Pass $97


Senior (65+)

Cash $3.50
Ticket (book of 10) $19
Monthly Pass $34

2020/2021 Annual Pass
(valid February 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021)

$374

2020/2021 Annual Pass (Low Income)
(valid February 1, 2020 - March 31, 2021)

FREE

 

Other Fare Information

Family/Day Pass $10
Post-Secondary Monthly Pass $88.50
(transitioning to Youth Pass in September 2020)
Route 747 $5.00 (One way ticket or two regular unused tickets)
*Does not include travel on other ETS routes
CNIB Free when displaying CNIB ID when boarding
Regional Service Fares  

 

Fare Programs

ETS has many programs that provide reduced fare for groups of Edmontonians.

Ride Transit - The Ride Transit Program offers a monthly transit pass to eligible low-income Edmontonians at a subsidized rate of $34 or $48.50 per month effective February 1, 2020, depending on your household income. Eligibility recently expanded, so please check if you now qualify.

PATH - Providing Accessible Transit Here (PATH) provides free monthly transit passes to individuals who are homeless or are at high risk of homelessness.

Senior Annual Pass - Residents of Edmonton, 65 years of age and older qualify for an Annual Pass.

U-Pass - U-Pass provides eligible students at participating institutions unlimited travel on ETS and participating regional providers.

Edmonton International Airport (Route 747) - Route 747 is Edmonton Transit’s direct service to the Edmonton International Airport.

Attendants Ride Free - On regular ETS, any attendant with a fare paying DATS registrant can travel free. A DATS registrant must show their DATS registrant card for the attendant to travel free. On DATS, a designated mandatory attendant travels free while accompanying a fare paying DATS registrant. Children, aged twelve years and younger, of a registered user ride free of charge.

All ETS customers must pay a cash fare or be in possession of a valid transfer, ticket or pass as proof of payment. On buses, if paying with cash or tickets, you will need to take a transfer from the operator (even if you don’t need a transfer) to show proof of payment, in the event you are asked by a Transit Peace Officer or a member of Edmonton Police Service (EPS). Failure to do so can result in a fine of $250.

February Service Changes 
Starting Sunday February 9, there will be minor schedule adjustments on 14 bus routes to improve service efficiency, reliability and connections. Plan ahead by double checking your arrival and departure times. 

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ETS @ Work

The ETS@Work program provides employees with a monthly discount on an adult monthly pass.

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