Fares & Passes

Bus & Shuttle Fares



 Cost30-Day Pass10-Ride Pass
Full Fare$1.50$54.00$13.50
Reduced Fare - Students (K-12)$1.10$40.50$10.00
Half Fare - Senior Citizen (65+) or Disabled$0.75$27.00$6.75

30-Day Pass - Good for unlimited travel on any fixed route bus for 30 days from date activated.


10-day Pass - Good for 10 rides at a discounted rate. The pass has no expiration date.


Half fare - Riders must display their original Medicare, SweetHART, or CT State issued elderly/disabled ID card to the driver.
See below to find out how to apply.


Reduced fare - Students must display their school ID card to the driver.


Children 5 and under ride free. 


Exact change required.


Purchasing Passes

Print and Mail-in Discount Pass Order Form. En españolEm português>
Fixed Route and SweetHART passes can be purchased at the HARTransit office, 62 Federal Road in Danbury, 8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Thursday and 8:30am-1:00pm on Fridays.
Fixed Route passes can also be purchased with cash or check at the Pulse Point, 3 Kennedy Ave. in Danbury, 6:30am-10:00am Monday-Thursday.
Credit and Debit Cards accepted at the HARTransit Office.

Paying Your Fare

A farebox is mounted at the front of the bus near the driver. Please use the exact fare; the operator can not make change. Please do not place your fare in the driver’s hand. The fare box accepts U.S. coins and up to 5 dollar bills.

HARTransit Transfers

Transfers are issued FREE at the Pulse Point to passengers who wish to use a second bus to reach their destination. To obtain a transfer, passengers must ask the driver as they board their first bus. Transfers are valid for immediate use as stamped.



Metro-North Railroad issues a combined bus-rail pass called a UniTicket. Weekly or monthly UniTickets are accepted on all HARTransit buses. More UNITICKET Information >>

Connecting Bus Systems

You may transfer for free from a HARTransit bus arriving in Norwalk to the WHEELS system, CT TRANSIT or the Coastal LINK. WHEELS tokens are accepted as fares on 7 LINK buses.
Free transfers are provided to the BeeLine system in Katonah, NY and the PART system in Brewster, NY.

7 Link Cash Fare Increase

Norwalk Transit’s cash fare has increased to $1.75.
(For passengers boarding at stops between the Norwalk Wheels hub and the Route 107 intersection)
HARTransit’s cash fare remains at $1.50.
(For passengers boarding at stops between the Danbury Pulse Point and  the Branchville Train Station)
HARTransit 30-day and 10-rides passes will be honored for the entire 7 Link route both inbound and outbound.

Half Fare

Half fare riders must display their original Medicare, SweetHART, or CT State issued elderly/disabled ID card to the driver.

To obtain a statewide ID card, go to: www.cttransit.com/fares/seniordisabled-reduced-fares/senior-disabled-reduced-fare-id

To obtain a SweetHART Senior Application: SweetHART Senior Application  En españolEm português>

To obtain a ADA Paratransit Application: ADA Paratransit for Persons with a Disability  En español> Em português>

SweetHART Fares

SweetHART Fares Information >>