Here, you’ll find fare information for tickets and passes for all services offered by the MTA.
-Passengers must deposit cash into the farebox.
-The farebox does not make cash change.
-An MTA fare card will be issued by the farebox as change for a future ride.
-Bus operators cannot make change and are prohibited from handling your fare.
-Day passes are valid on all MTA routes for the duration of the day.
-The MTA is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets or monthly passes.
Fare – $2.00
Senior/Disabled Fare* – $1.00
All passes can be purchased:
Effective July 1, 2023: the CART fare will be $2.00 per passenger, per trip, regardless of destination, day of week, or ridership status in all CART communities
-Children 6-15 ride at half-fare. Children under age five ride free.
-Exact cash fares are required as drivers do not carry cash and cannot make change.
|All CART Service Area||$2.00|
|Free of Charge||N/A|
The half-fare ridership program applies only to Fixed Route service, not to demand response (StepSaver, CART, community shuttles).
Passengers riding for half-fare must present an MTA identification card (ID) or a Medicare card (not a Medicaid card) to the driver. To obtain an MTA ID card, come to the Manchester Welcome Center at 775 Elm St., Monday-Friday from 6:30am to 9:30pm.
The cost for an MTA ID card is $2.00.
-These ID cards allow you to ride our fixed-route buses for half the usual fare.
-They cannot be used on the StepSaver service.
-Applications received without the required supporting documentation will not be approved.
-Drivers will not accept applications
For more information, call (603) 623-8801