What is Brampton bus fare?
|Category||Cash fare||Presto e-purse|
|Senior residents †||$1.00||$1.00|
Does Yrt accept Brampton transfers?
Brampton Transit will accept transfers from the following Transit Agencies at any location, only if there is time remaining on the transfer: MiWay. YRT/VIVA. Oakville Transit.
Is Zum part of Brampton Transit?
What is Zum? Züm is Brampton Transit’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) service. Züm is part of Brampton Transit.
How many buses Brampton Transit have?
Our Fleet. We have 450 buses, conventional and Züm buses combined.
What is Presto monthly pass?
MiWay PRESTO fares
|Adult||Single: $3.10 Free after 12 full-fare trips in same week (Mon. to Sun.) Monthly: $135|
|Youth (13-19)||Single: $2.35 Free after 12 full-fare trips in same week (Mon. to Sun.)|
|Senior (65+)||Single: $2.10 Free after 12 full-fare trips in same week (Mon. to Sun.) Monthly: $65|
Does Brampton Transit take Mississauga transfers?
The transfer allows you to board a connecting bus route without paying an additional fare. The transfer will also be accepted by Oakville Transit and Brampton Transit at locations where these services connect with Mississauga Transit service.
Does Brampton Transit use PRESTO?
Brampton Transit passes can be loaded onto a PRESTO card at Brampton Transit terminals/facilities or online at prestocard.ca. Using a PRESTO card simplifies fare payments. No more cash, paper tickets or passes to worry about.
What is Zum transit?
Züm (pronounced Zoom, IPA: /zuːm/) is a bus rapid transit system for the suburban city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada, northwest of Toronto owned and operated by Brampton Transit. The first phase calls for three corridors operating in mixed traffic, similar to York Region Transit’s (YRT) Viva network.
Can I use Presto on Brampton Transit?
Is Brampton Transit free for seniors?
Senior citizens, 65 years of age and older, who are residents of Brampton, pay $1 to ride Brampton Transit when they show their Brampton Transit Senior Identification Card. The $1 fare is available when paying with cash and PRESTO. If you’re a casual rider, this is the best option for you.
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