Seniors Ride for $1 Body ContentSenior citizens, 65 years of age and older, who are residents of Brampton pay $1 to ride Brampton Transit when they show their Brampton Transit Senior Identification card. Where do I get my Senior’s ID card?Brampton Transit Clark Facility185 Clark BoulevardMonday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Brampton Transit Sandalwood Facility130 Sandalwood ParkwayMonday to Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Brampton City Hall - Service Brampton Kiosk2 Wellington Street WestMonday to Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pmWhat is required to receive the ID card?To be eligible to receive the Senior ID card, one piece of documentation from each of the following sections must be presented. The documents must be dated within the past six months. Proof of Brampton address Driver’s license Household bill (telephone, TV, hydro, gas or water) Bank/credit card statement Statement of government benefits (employment insurance, old age security, social assistance or disability support) Property tax bill Proof of IdentityOne piece of valid government-issued identification that includes a photograph, name, and date of birth must be presented. Acceptable forms include: Driver’s license Canadian passport Permanent resident card Provincial Health Card (red/white version is not acceptable) Birth certificate (only if presented with a valid piece of photo ID) Upon presentation of the above information, your picture will be taken and printed on your ID card along with your name. Important: If you do not have the required photo identification to obtain the Senior ID card, you can contact a Service Ontario office to apply for the new Ontario Photo Card: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/photo-card.shtml Am I eligible to receive the Senior’s ID card?You must be 65 years of age or older and a resident of Brampton to be eligible to receive an ID card. Non-resident seniors, or seniors without a Brampton Transit photo ID card, must pay the $3.75 cash fare or use PRESTO to board the bus.How do I use the card?Once you have received your ID card, you must present it to the Operator every time you board a bus to be eligible to pay the $1 cash fare. Upon boarding, show the card to the operator and deposit $1 into the fare box. If you require a transfer, please ask the Operator at this time. If you do not have a card, you will be required to pay the $3.75 cash fare or use PRESTO to board the bus. Click here to view fare prices.Can I still use passes?Yes. Passes are available on PRESTO. Click here for the fares page. If you are a frequent traveller, a PRESTO weekly or monthly pass is your best option. These passes entitle you to unlimited travel for the duration of the pass and are eligible to receive a federal tax credit. Click here for details about the federal tax credit.I do not have photo identification. Can I still receive the Senior's ID card? Government-issued photo identification is required as proof of identity to receive the Senior ID card. If you do not have the required photo identification, you can contact a Service Ontario office to apply for the new Ontario Photo Card: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/photo-card.shtml I've lost my Senior's ID card. Is there a replacement fee?When you apply for a Brampton Transit Senior ID card, you accept responsibility for the use of the card. There will be a $5.00 charge and proof of Brampton address is required to obtain a replacement Brampton Transit Senior ID card.