Taking transit into Raleigh
|Fare Type||Full Fare*||Can This Be Purchased on the Bus?|
* Reduced fares of 50% are available to persons with disabilities and teenagers (ages 13-18) but require a transit ID card.
For more information, please visit the Raleigh.gov website.
|Single-Trip - Cash||$1.25||Yes|
|Local Day Pass||$2.50||Yes|
|7-Day Pass - Allows unlimited rides for 5 days, beginning the first day you use it.||$12.00||No|
|31-Day Pass - Allows unlimited rides for 31 days, beginning the first day you use it. This is great for riders who use the transit system most days.||$45.00||No|
|Stored Value Card ($25.00 Value) - Use this like a debit card to purchase a Single trip, Day Pass or Regional Day Pass from the bus driver any day you take the bus to allow you to ride all day. (Tell the driver you want to buy a Day Pass before you pay.) This is great for people who ride the bus frequently, but not necessarily every day. This card can be used for most fare options including the TTA express routes. There are limitations for use on express routes operated by the bus systems other than TTA.||$20.00||No|
|Children - 12 and Under||Free||No|
|Seniors - 65 and Over||Free||No|
Passes may be purchased online or in person at several locations. See below for details.
If you ride TTA and enjoy helping people navigate the system, consider the Ambassador Program. Training and reporting is required, but in exchange you receive a free regional transit pass while you are active in the program. For more information, go to http://triangletransit.org/bus/ambassador-program.
This bus remains free. For a map and answers to frequently asked questions, go to