|Type of fare||Adult price||Senior age 65+ price|
|Cash single fare||$4||$1 (valid on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 5:59 a.m. Valid all day on weekends and holidays.)|
|PRESTO single fare||$3.10||$2.10|
|PRESTO MiWay monthly pass||$135||$65|
|GO Transit Co-fare||$0.80||$0.80|
PRESTO Loyalty Program
Once you pay for 12 rides during any one week (Monday to Sunday) using your PRESTO card, you can ride free on MiWay for the remainder of the week.
Note: Fares paid on other transit services and discounted GO co-fare payments do not count toward this program. Transfers do not count as additional paid fares.
Seniors age 65+
If you’re 65 or older, you may be asked to show valid government-issued ID when you board the bus.
Person with vision loss
People with vision loss can ride MiWay for free by showing a valid CNIB card.
If you’re a CNIB card holder or a person with a disability travelling with a support person, you only need to pay a single fare. Tell the operator when you board the bus if you’re travelling with a support person.
For information on a support person, please visit our Accessible Services page.
Canadian Forces veterans
Canadian Forces veterans and a friend may ride free on MiWay on the day of the Warriors’ Day Parade and on Remembrance Day, November 11.
Veterans should wear items such as uniforms, medals or carry items that identify them as veterans to transit operators. As a mark of respect to Canadian veterans, all transit operators will stop their buses for two minutes of silence at 11 a.m. on November 11.
|Type of fare||Youth age 13 to 19 price|
|Cash single fare||$4|
|PRESTO single fare||$2.35|
|GO Transit Co-fare||$0.80|
You may be asked to show ID that proves your age when boarding the bus.
More Flexible than a Monthly Pass
MiWay’s PRESTO Loyalty Program is a more flexible and cost-effective option for youth compared to a monthly pass. For example, after they pay for 12 rides ($2.35 x 12 = $28.20) using a PRESTO card during any one week (Monday to Sunday), they ride free for the rest of the week. After four weeks, the cost is only $112.80.
They don’t have to commit to the full upfront cost of a monthly pass. MiWay’s PRESTO loyalty program allows them to pay their fare as needed, offering flexibility as travel needs can change due to incidental days such as PA days, sick days, snow days or school breaks.
University of Toronto Mississauga students qualify for a U-Pass.
Youth ages 12 to 14 can use a Freedom Pass during the summer to ride MiWay and visit indoor and outdoor public pools for free.
|Type of fare||Child age 6 to 12 price|
|Cash single fare||$4|
|PRESTO single fare||$1.75|
Children ages 5 and under can ride MiWay for free when accompanied by a fare paying customer.