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NEW FARE PRICING

New Pricing Effective June 25, 2015

As required by the Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2013 (known as the gas tax bill) the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) will increase transit fares effective June 25, 2015.  The increase meets the July 1, 2015 legislative deadline for implementing the new fares adjusted for inflation.

 

The 2013 law requires MTA to adjust fares for core services, which includes Local Bus, Light Rail, Metro Subway and Mobility/Paratransit services every two years, and for Commuter Bus and MARC Train every five years. 

 

As outlined in the law, the increase in core service fares (single-trip full fare) is based on the increase in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) during the past two years, rounded to the nearest dime.  This is the fare on which calculations for the rise in multi-use fares (Day, Weekly and Monthly Passes) is based.

The current $1.60 base fare (full-fare single-trip fare) for Local Bus, Light Rail and Metro Subway service will increase by ten cents to $1.70. Other bus fares will increase, including school tickets by 10 cents and Mobility/Paratransit fares by five cents. The weekly core service (Local Bus, Light Rail and Metro Subway) fare will increase from $16.50 to $22, and the monthly core service fare will increase from $64 to $68 per month.

Fares for Commuter Bus and MARC Train will increase by the rise in the CPI for the last five years, rounded to the nearest dollar. MARC Train fares will increase by $1.00 while Commuter Bus fares will increase from 25 cents to $1.25 based on the distance traveled.  The new multi-use fares (Day, Weekly and Monthly Passes) will also increase using the new base fare for the calculation. 

MTA Introduces a New Five Day Weekly Pass for MARC
 
The MTA is introducing a new Five Day Weekly Pass (Monday – Friday) for MARC customers.  New fares for MTA travel will be effective June 25.  As MTA gets the new fares into all the MTA purchasing systems, customers interested in buying the new Five Day Weekly Pass will need to purchase it online at www.commuterdirect.com or at any  Commuter Store outlet.

 

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