We’re holding a virtual public hearing at 5 p.m., Monday, November 14, on proposed changes to our fares that will lower costs for many riders. Click here to try our new online calculator that will let you see how the fare proposal may change your fare and lower your costs.
Under our fare proposal, no rider ever overpays, and our most frequent riders — who rely on the system — pay less. The proposed fare system introduces daily and weekly fare capping in which no one will pay more than $6 a day or $20 a week for unlimited rides.
That means you will no longer have to purchase daily, weekly or 30-day Metro passes in advance. You pay as you go with Stored Value on TAP cards — and when you reach the fare cap then you pay no more.
Here are the proposed new fares. Under the proposal, transfers are being replaced with fare capping.
More information about the fare change proposal can be found at www.metro.net/simplefares.
The virtual public hearing will be live-streamed at 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14. Watch here.
You can submit your written testimony by email at SimpleFares@metro.net. In the subject line write: Public Hearing on Metro Fares.
Public comments by regular mail should be postmarked by Nov. 14, 2022, and mailed to:
Metro Board Clerk RE: Public Hearing on Metro Fare Changes
1 Gateway Plaza, 99-3-1
Los Angeles, CA 90012