More from Reduced Fare Programs
Learn more about reduced fare programs available for children, students, seniors, and people with disabilities.
No matter which type of reduced fare card you have, the price you'll pay for rides is the same. Here are some common types of fares:
|Fare Type||Reduced Fare Price|
|Fare Type||LinkPass (unlimited rides on local bus and subway—not valid on express buses*)||Reduced Fare Price||$30/month|
|Fare Type||Single ride on subway||Reduced Fare Price||$1.10|
|Fare Type||Single ride on local bus||Reduced Fare Price||$0.85|
|Fare Type||Single ride on inner express bus||Reduced Fare Price||$2.50|
|Fare Type||Single ride on outer express bus||Reduced Fare Price||$3.50|
|Fare Type||Single ride on commuter rail**||Reduced Fare Price||50% of standard 1-way fare|
|Fare Type||Single ride on ferry**||Reduced Fare Price||50% of standard 1-way fare|
*Except student passes, which are valid on express bus and commuter rail Zones 1, 1A, and 2
**Not available with Youth Pass
Please note, reduced fares are not available for monthly express bus, commuter rail, or ferry passes. Customers may purchase 10-ride tickets for the commuter rail and ferry at the discounted rate.
Customers Eligible for Reduced Fares
Seniors 65 and older pay reduced fares with a Senior CharlieCard.
People with disabilities pay reduced fares with a Transportation Access Pass (TAP) card.
Students at participating schools pay reduced fares with a Student CharlieCard (S-Card) or a school-purchased pass card (M7 Card).
Young adults who are low income, not in middle or high school, and live in participating cities pay reduced fares with a Youth Pass.