Description

Tickets are meant to be used just once and are not rechargeable.

The following transit fares can be purchased on a ticket

Tickets may be purchased from ticket booth attendants or from vending machines in metro stations. If you pay cash aboard a bus, you will be given a ticket.

  • When your ticket is validated, the date and time are stamped on the back, and you have 120 minutes to complete your trip. The fare charged on the ticket allows you to transfer between metro and bus lines.
  • The fares charged on tickets do not allow you to make return trips or to interrupt your trip and take another bus on the same route. You may not return to the metro system once you leave it.
     

You may purchase a ticket for use at a later time. The expiry date is printed on the back of the ticket.

Note

The fares charged on tickets do not allow you to make return trips or to interrupt your trip and take another bus on the same route. You may not return to the metro system once you leave it.

Using tickets


In the metro

  1. Insert your ticket in the red slot in the front of the turnstyle.
  2. Validation of the ticket will be confirmed by a green or yellow light and an audio signal (beep).
  3. Retrieve your ticket from the top of the turnstyle and keep it for use as a transfer and as proof of payment.

 
On the bus

  1. Insert your ticket in the slot in the fare box.
  2. Validation of the ticket will be confirmed by a green or yellow light and an audio signal (beep).
  3. Retrieve your ticket from the same slot and keep it for use as a transfer and as proof of payment.

Note

You may be asked to show your ticket to an inspector during your trip, so keep it readily available.

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