BOSTON (CBS) — Expect to shell out more money when you ride the T Friday.
The MBTA board voted back in March to increase fares by 9.3 percent, starting on July 1.
Riders will see an increase in most T fares, with the exception of one-time CharlieTicket or cash fares on local buses.
Here’s a breakdown of what you should now expect to pay for rides.
|Rapid Transit fare on a CharlieCard||$2.10||$2.25|
|Rapid Transit fare on a CharlieTicket or Cash||$2.65||$2.75|
|Local Bus fare on a CharlieCard||$1.60||$1.70|
|Local Bus fare on a CharlieTicket or Cash||$2.10||$2.00|
|Local Bus Monthly Pass||$50||$55|
|7-Day Link Pass||$19||$21.25|
|Senior/TAP Monthly Pass||$29||$30|
|Student Monthly Pass||$26||$30|
The MBTA also says student passes will now be available seven days a week during the academic year.
Student, seniors and people with disabilities should still expect to pay a reduced fare for single rides on rapid transit, commuter rail, local buses, express buses and ferries.
Visit the MBTA website for a full list of fare changes.